Cisco fires Christian consultant because of his faith
Tell Cisco Chairman John Chambers that firing Christians based on their faith is discriminatory and intolerant.
June 29, 2011
Imagine being fired from your job because you believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman. In an unbelievable case involving the well known corporation Cisco, my friend Frank Turek experienced the real world consequences of losing income solely because he held a view of marriage that was considered bigoted by one employee of Cisco. I implore you to take a couple of minutes and read what happened to Frank here. Christians need to understand what is going on here.
The homosexual lobby in this country is becoming more powerful and more brazen in their efforts to punish and intimidate anyone who disagrees with them. We (AFA) are hearing from employees who are being forced to attend "diversity" and "sensitivity" classes or else lose their job. Just this week we got a letter from a doctor at a children's hospital in Ohio who sent us a picture of a "gay pride" exhibit on prominent display inside the hospital.
I urge you today to take a moment and let the decision makers at Cisco hear from you. If we don't start to speak up and fight back we are going to continue to lose and one day soon it will be illegal to preach against homosexuality from the pulpit. That day is coming. Frank was treated unjustly and unfairly (fired) just because he held traditional views on marriage.
TAKE ACTION and send this Action Alert to as many people as you can. Frank's story can serve a great purpose if we can get it across the country.
Send an email to Cisco and send this Action Alert to as many people as you can. Frank's story can serve a great purpose if we can get it across the country.