DefendTheFamily.com recently sent out a "tell a friend" alert to its members about Washington State suing Arlene's Flowers and Gifts owner Baronelle Stutzman, reports GoodAsYou.org.
Stutzman is being sued for refusing to sell flowers to a gay couple, Robert Ingersoll and Curt Freed, for their wedding.
The alert included a small swastika, which was used by the Nazis in Germany, and the following text:
Homofascism is a form of extreme left-wing radicalism which attempts to establish rigid totalitarian controls over public discussions and policies addressing sexual morality, and to punish or suppress all disapproval of homosexuality and related sexual behaviors.
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DefendTheFamily.com is run by Scott Lively, an evangelist who was sued and went to trial in January for supporting Uganda's ban against homosexuality, reported the New York Times.
Lively was sued for crimes against humanity by the Sexual Minorities of Uganda, which is represented by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR).
The Alien Tort Statute (ATS) allows non-U.S. citizens to file lawsuits against Americans in American courts.
The lawsuit claims that against Lively "conspired with religious and political leaders in Uganda to whip up anti-gay hysteria with warnings that gay people would sodomize African children and corrupt their culture."