No Special Rights PAC president Michael S. Heath notes the alarming trend among gay rights activists to squelch Americans’ right to free speech. Citing three separate cases involving lawsuits or threats aimed at silencing pro-family organizations, Heath exposes the tactics of the activists who want to redefine marriage for everyone in order to suit the sexual preferences of 1.4% of the population.
From Bangor Daily News:
The heat is increasing for those opposed to the normalization of homosexuality. Fewer and fewer people are willing to speak out against a movement which has the power to silence its opponents. One new tactic used by the homosexual community is to silence free speech. One pro-family leader, Brian Camenker of Mass Resistance, is being sued for defamation of character for publishing a letter revealing the alleged activities of a homosexual youth organization in Maine. The plaintiff is a registered sex offender in Maine. Camenker, a man with limited means, is faced with losing his website and his livelihood as well.
Another pro-family website, Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, has been warned that if it continues to publish the same material, it too will be sued for defamation of character and its Web hosting service will be forced to take the website off the Internet.
Similarly, Dr. Scott Lively, another leading figure in the pro-family movement, is being sued in Federal District Court by an organization called “The Sexual Minorities of Uganda” in what can only be characterized as a frivolous lawsuit and an assault on the First Amendment.
These three examples prove that the power of the homosexual rights movement is now so vast and so reckless as to pose a threat to free speech.
MassResistance warns that the lawsuit from convicted sex offender Adam Flanders could be used as a "template" by LGBT activists across the country to silence opposition with expensive court cases. See Flandersgate.