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Tim Gill, the co-founder of Quark, the software company has just become one of the first donors to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. At this point, he has contributed the legal limit of $25,000.
Gill is a rabid homosexual activist who has used his millions to help elect “gay” candidates around the country – and to fight for the legalization of so-called “same sex marriage.”
Before the 2008 presidential election, Gill decided to back Obama and other leftist, pro-homosexual candidates who could be placed in positions of power to promote homosexuality.
An article posted in The Atlantic in 2007 revealed Gill’s stealth strategy of funding political candidates to promote his vision of a nation that embraces sodomy as a positive virtue.
Of course, Gill isn’t the only homosexual to promote Obama’s first presidential run. It was Hollywood homosexual David Geffen who urged Obama to run for office – and vowed to raise millions on his behalf. Geffen’s role in pushing Obama is chronicled in Hollywood Hypocrites by Jason Mattera. Geffen had previously supported Bill and Hillary Clinton in their joint run for President of the United States. The Clinton’s were enthusiastic supporters of the sodomy movement and continue to be so today.
We can expect Gill and Geffen to pour millions into the coffers of Hillary’s political campaign for the presidency – and hundreds of thousands of other sodomy activists will undoubtedly line up behind Hillary.
Of course, while “gays” will rush to support Hillary, there are “Republicans” who are also working to normalize homosexuality in America. One of them is Paul Singer, the president of the New York-based Elliott Management. He just gave $1.75 million to the American Unity PAC, a political action committee that is pushing Republicans to support so-called “same-sex marriage.”
Singer has also given to the Republican Governors Association, which is led by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Expect Gill’s and Geffen’s millions to be used by Hillary to puff her candidacy – and be used to smear social conservatives who oppose her.