Unprintable flyer helps expose 'homo-fascism'

Friday, November 3, 2017
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Big BrotherA conservative activist says a corporation's pro-homosexual policy has emboldened him to speak louder and work harder to expose homosexual activism.

After pro-family activist Peter LaBarbera was confirmed to speak Nov. 16 at a Wisconsin event, program organizer Rob Pue dropped off his order for event flyers at an Office Max store in Marshfield.

Pue is the founder and publisher of Wisconsin Christian News in Marshfield, a city of approximately 20,000 in Wood County.

LaBarbera operates Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, which investigates and exposes homosexual activism.  

LaBarbera, PeterAccording to LaBarbera, Pue's order didn't go as planned after an employee contacted Pue via email and claimed the flyerviolated corporate policy, likely for stating "The Homosexual Agenda Exposed" with a rainbow flag.

LaBarbera tells OneNewsNow that Pue asked for more information about the corporate policy but was never told how he violated it.

"The printer and the manager of the Office Max in Marshfield," recalls LaBarbera, "refused to print an ad because it's for an event that opposes homosexuality and the gay agenda."

So it appears, says LaBarbera, that Office Max is following a corporate America known for kowtowing and pandering to homosexual activists.

The incident, he says, only emboldens him more to speak boldly Nov. 16 and describe an agenda of squelching opposition, stifling dissent, and labeling Bible believers as "bigots" and "haters."

Pue, meanwhile, was able to find another printer for his flyers. 

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