The Frederick Douglass Foundation Calls SCOTUS Gay Agenda Blessing a Blasphemous Shot at Democracy

The Frederick Douglass Foundation
“Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.”                                        Frederick Douglass           
Immediate Press Release
June 27, 2012
Contact Person: Timothy F. Johnson
W: (828) 279-9669
The Frederick Douglass Foundation Calls SCOTUS Gay Agenda Blessing a Blasphemous Shot at Democracy
WASHINGTON, DC. The executive branches of California Governor Jerry Brown and of President Barack Obama have set a deleterious precedent. California’s Proposition 8 was a referendum defining marriage in California as a union of a man and a woman.  Over 7,000,000 voters in California voted in favor of marriage as defined by God in the Bible well before the United States Constitution was even conceived.  The will of the people that voted for this proposition (black voters in California actually voted in favor of this proposition in the highest of majorities) was overturned by one gay District Court Judge Vaughn Walker. Because he was gay, he probably should have recused himself but didn’t. When the people tried to overturn this rogue judge, the governor and attorney general of California refused to uphold the law that was passed by the people in direct democracy because they didn’t agree with it.  For that reason, the Supreme Court ruled that those who brought the case to the Court had no standing, simply because they weren’t representing the executive branch, which, in violation of their oaths of office, refused to uphold the laws of the people in the first place.

The consequence is that the votes of the people do not matter as much as the whims of the radical liberals that are running California into the ground.  This even suggests that the votes of blacks do not count as much as the will of the Gay Agenda, which went to extreme lengths to persecute anyone who supported, donated to and even voted for the proposition.  People lost their businesses, their jobs and their livelihoods because the Gay Agenda sought to destroy anyone who stood in their way of redefining the Word of God in California.

Regarding the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), President Barack Obama’s refusal to order Attorney General Eric Holder to uphold the laws he’d sworn he’d uphold at inauguration also helped lead to a portion of the Act being called unconstitutional by the radicals on the Supreme Court.  DOMA was passed by huge bipartisan majorities in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, and it was signed by President Clinton in 1996.  Its main purpose was to leave the definition of marriage to the states by enabling one state to refuse to recognize a “gay marriage” performed in another state based on equal protection.  The part of the Act that allowed the Federal Government not to recognize “gay marriages” for the purposes of Federal programs was struck down by the liberals with a maniacal message of derision for all conservative-thinking folks who do not share the ungodly arrogance it took these justices to thumb their noses at God.

In his brilliant dissent, the good Justice Antonin Scalia wrote: “It is one thing for a society to elect change; it is another for a court of law to impose change by adjudging those who oppose it hostes humani generis, enemies of the human race.”  The majority called Christians in favor of marriage, as defined by God, “enemies of the human race.”

The tragic hero in all this is Paul Clement, the attorney who was hired by the House of Representatives to defend the law that the House had passed.  Because the executive branch of the President refused to defend the law, the House hired law firm King & Spalding to defend the law.  But, due to pressure from the Gay Agenda, King & Spalding pulled out.  Paul Clement, however, resigned from his law firm and finished the job he had started.  In his resignation letter he wrote:

I take this step not because of strongly held views about the statute. My thoughts about the merits of DOMA are as irrelevant as my views about the dozens of federal statutes that I defended as Solicitor General.

Instead, I resign out of the firmly-held belief that a representation should not be abandoned because the client’s legal position is extremely unpopular in certain quarters. Defending unpopular positions is what lawyers do. The adversary system of justice depends on it, especially in cases where the passions run high. Efforts to delegitimize any representation for one side of a legal controversy are a profound threat to the rule of law.

This man gave up his job to fulfill his obligation as a practitioner of law, while our president and California governor have successfully demonstrated how executive branches can change society by refusing to uphold the laws passed by men.  This is a shameful day for the ideals of democracy and for our Republic.  No longer are we a government of the people, by the people and for the people.  We are now ruled by a judicial oligarchy that refuses to uphold the laws of the people and executive branches at the state and federal levels that refuse to do defend the laws they don’t like politically. 

We Christian “enemies of the human race,” who’ve suffered massive amounts of vitriol spewed at us from the fascistically intolerant members of the Gay Agenda and their enablers in the Democrat Party, can expect a fast and wicked collapse in the foundation of Godliness that gives meaning to the institution of marriage.

While, at present, states can still use the remaining statues of DOMA to resist being forced to recognize “gay marriages” of other states, the majority ruling in this case will be used over and over to wilt away any resistance to the will to power that the Gay Agenda wields with a By-Any-Means-Necessary determination. 

The media pretends that all the Gay Agenda wanted and got was Federal recognition of their “marriages” performed in “gay marriage” states.  But it’s only a matter of time before the challenge to a state’s traditional definition of marriage amendment is upheld based upon the words in this majority ruling.  Presently, there are about 37 states that have voted democratically to uphold the meaning of marriage as defined by God.  Every one of them will be targeted immediately.  One by one, these democratically created laws will be overturned.  The Gay Agenda will use the equal protection clause and the majority opinion, written by Justice Kennedy, that anyone who stands for traditional marriage is a bigot motivated by a mythical hatred for homosexuals.

Not to worry though, in the faux eloquence of a speechwriter, President Obama declared, “I won’t make churches conduct gay marriages.”  The audacity it takes to make that assurance only suggests the arrogant belief that he even has the power to do so.  Keep that in mind as you watch Christian conscientious objectors be sued and have their livelihoods destroyed for being unwilling to take the jobs to photograph, host, cater, do floral arrangements for and DJ for “gay weddings.”  It’s happening now, and it will continue even more. 

As Justice Scalia writes in his dissent, the majority in these rulings have made a mockery of the rule of law and used their decisions to scoff at all those who disagree with this ruling.  They’ve called us hateful bigots without ever addressing the legitimate concerns Christians have regarding man’s sinful redefinition of an institution that God created to form the foundation of civilized society. 

Democracy cannot last when the tyranny of the minority is allowed to dismantle the will of the majority with a venomous lust for retribution that would make America’s old Soviet enemies blush.  This is a sad day for the American experiment.  Marriage is the foundation of society, and the rule of law is the foundation of our nation.  Neither was respected today.

It is now time to begin the movement for a national Marriage Amendment to the Constitution.  With 37 states that have voted to protect marriage, that’s nearly the 75% of the states we need.  The Republican Party must take up the mantle of the disenfranchised majority. 

The Frederick Douglass Foundation and our 24 affiliated state chapters across the country including the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California calls SCOTUS gay agenda a blasphemous shot at democracy and we will not sit idle. We will unite with other like-minded organizations and fight this decision in the public square for the foreseeable future


Retired Major Timothy Johnson made history on June 13, 2009, when he was elected Vice Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party, becoming the first Black American to hold the position since the party’s inception March 27, 1867. Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Timothy completed 23 years of military service and received numerous military honors. Twice elected Chairman of the Buncombe County, NC Republican Party, Dr. Johnson was a delegate to the 2008 Republican National Convention, and a panelist at the 2008 Black Republican Forum here in New York.  

Timothy has appeared on a number of television interviews, radio talk shows, and quoted in numerous news outlets to include: WVON ‘Talk of Chicago’ with Charles Butler, and ‘Launching Chicago’ with Lenny McAllister, Lou Dobbs Radio Show, Joy Behar TV Show, Wall Street Journal Radio Network with Matthew Passy, NewsMax with Kathleen Walker, Dr. Michael Dyson Show, Westwood One Radio Network John Bohannon Show, The Wilkow Majority With Andrew Wilkow, Sirius Radio ‘New School’ with Charles Ellison, CBS News, Daily Caller, Politico, Drudge Report, Washington Informers, Sean Hannity Show and Fox and Friends News.

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The Frederick Douglass Foundation ( is a public policy and educational organization which brings the sanctity of free market and limited government ideas to bear on the hardest problems facing our nation. We are a collection of pro-active individuals committed to developing innovative and new approaches to today’s problems with the assistance of elected officials, scholars from universities and colleges and community activist.
Frederick Douglass Foundation’s goals are to Educate, Enhance, and Empower.
• By being liaisons to Black, Faith Based organizations, Conservative candidates, party and elected officials. We will reach out to educate the social, cultural, spiritual, and civic rights needs of our nation. 
• We will train political workers, volunteers, and candidates as leaders in the political arena.
• Provide tools for improving the economic status of the individuals, families and businesses within the targeted communities, thus, enhancing the quality of life.
• Assist families in their efforts to remain safe and self-sufficient through education and training.
• Develop community outreach projects that educate the community on housing, medical information, job training projects, and literacy development.
 “…And if the Negro cannot stand on his own legs, let him fall also. All I ask is give him a chance to stand on his own legs! Let him alone…your interference is doing him positive injury. … I prayed for twenty years but received no answer until I prayed with my legs Man’s greatness consists in his ability to do and the proper application of his powers to things needed to be done.” — Frederick Douglass
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