The Anti-LGBT Earthquake From Houston
2015Nov03: The Human Rights Campaign, the DC-based
LGBT attack machine, has revealed that its next target
On November 3, Houston citizens repealed an unpopular LGBT law like that proposed for Jacksonville.
Despite LGBT lobbyist armies and media saturation, outraged voters struck back with an overwhelming
The ordinance had created a public hazard and elevated LGBT’s to a special rights status over other citizens.
Voters, more astute than their elected masters, knew this law was a public danger – it allowed any man, claiming female gender, to enter the public dressing, bath, and locker rooms of women and children.
It was dubbed the Sex Criminal Protection Law. Predators exploit such opportunities  – as Jacksonville knows well. 
After Houston passed the 2014 law, the outgoing mayor and her city attorney conspired to prevent the referendum sought by opponents. The lesbian mayor even subpoenaed the sermons of opposing pastors.
The Texas Supreme Court, following court actions, halted the corruption, ordering the referendum.
Locals had to overcome an invading horde of immensely wealthy outside LGBT pressure groups and their professional lobbyists chosen for their local connections.
LGBT propaganda failed despite a $3.5 million, 6-fold spending advantage – $500,000 from ACLU alone.
DC-based Human Rights Campaign (HRC) spent a fortune maintaining its 34-activist army – salaries, housing, travel, expenses. That army is now relocating to Jacksonville and Charlotte to expand those stealth HRC operations which the press won’t report.
As in Jacksonville, some Houston businesses turned against the community, unjustly calling it bigoted, and collaborated in the national LGBT power grab. They were duped by HRC’s preposterous “LGBT laws are good for business” myth. And they fell for the “LGBT civil rights” hoax – in reality a ploy to make government outlaw opposition to LGBT lifestyles.
Ultimately, the public won a crushing victory over an unholy gang of treacherous lawmakers, the ACLU and the nationwide LGBT attack machine which never even proved its bogus claim of discrimination.
Nationally, the ramifications are monumental. Limitless LGBT forces utilized every weapon imaginable fueled by vast expenditures, yet suffered a colossal public rebuke which broke its dissolute grip on America, jeopardizing its scheme to chain the U.S. in LGBT favoritism laws.
Like Atlantic Beach’s ousting of lawmakers, Houston’s grassroots revolution is a clarion warning to Jacksonville officials: Enact this unnecessary law and a costly, divisive referendum may follow.
And your political careers will be over.
Jerry Steckloff, Jacksonville, Investor