After six months of planning and fund-raising, an anti-gay march in Washington D.C., had literally scores of people descend on the nation’s capital to show their opposition to same-sex marriage (now legally just called “marriage”). The total count of attendees was a whopping 47 people, including babies.
This marks fifth annual anti-LGBT march in DC. Last year’s event did a but better but still fewer than 200 people showed. (Is this just a lame fundraising scam?)
Organizer Brian Brown sent out an email blast seeking donations of up to $1,000,
“The March for Marriage is an important event to keep the fight to restore marriage in the public eye. It was in 2015 when the U.S. Supreme Court issued their illegitimate, anti-constitutional ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges imposing gay ‘marriage’ on the nation and unleashing a flood of consequences for the overwhelming majority of Americans who continue to revere marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
With the election of Donald Trump, and several vacancies on the Supreme Court expected during his term, we have a real chance to reverse this ruling in the short-term,” Brown wrote. “The appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch is a great first step. Now we likely need just one justice from the majority ruling in Obergefell to retire and we could be in a position to reverse that ruling. Rumors are flying that such a retirement could occur as early as this summer.”
But after same-sex marriage was legalized nationwide, not one heterosexual marriage was wrecked. The world didn’t stop spinning. Everyone lived happily ever after, except for these poor folks, it seems. To quote the President, that’s just
(Photos, Twitter; via Opposition Report)