Gaystapo Victim Vindicated – Victory In The The USA!

Excellent news from the USA, a blow to the gaystapo in Atlanta. You can read the details below, but for us..


Atlanta – Another Gaystapo Assault on Religious Liberty! 


– esp. since we gave the gaystapo’s victim our support from the get-go! – suffice to say that a good American’s rights have been upheld in an Atlanta court!

Here’s all the details, from AFA.

Many of you remember when Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was fired because of his religious views on marriage and homosexuality. In late 2014, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed handed a pink slip to Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran purely on the grounds of Cochran’s faith.

Reed’s complaint against Cochran is that he authored a book that upholds the biblical view of sexuality for his men’s Bible study. That book contradicts the homosexual agenda. After first giving Cochran a month-long suspension without pay in November, Reed announced he would be fired.

Before losing his job, however, Cochran was required to complete sensitivity training and was prohibited from distributing copies of his book Who Told You That You Were Naked? on city property.

In early 2015, the Alliance Defending Freedom sued the city of Atlanta on behalf of Mr. Cochran, and the case has made its way through the court system for the last two years. Today, we are excited and relieved to inform you that Chief Cochran received a victory in court.

According to the law firm representing Chief Cochran, “A federal district court ruled Wednesday that city of Atlanta rules which led to the termination of Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran are unconstitutional.

The court found that the city’s policies restricting non-work speech, like a book for Christian men that Cochran wrote, are too broad and allow city officials to unconstitutionally discriminate against views with which they disagree.”

Through our supporters, the American Family Association garnered over 75,000 signatures in support of Chief Cochran. We will continue to stand with Christians across America who are unafraid to share their faith and live out their convictions. Click here if you’d like to support the work of AFA through a tax-deductible gift….

From all of our staff, we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas!