Sources close to the James Hartline Report have obtained documents pointing to a pre-war plan by homosexual activists groups to overturn Prop. 8. Evidence includes a plan to intimidate current financiers like the Mormon Church so that they will not line up to contribute substantial amounts of money towards a future resistance campaign when homosexual activists seek to place a statewide initiative on the ballot to reverse Prop. 8.
Sources have told the James Hartline Report that fear and intimidation are the first steps in a well thought out plan to overturn Prop. 8. The goal is to intimidate and discourage the same groups who supported Prop. 8 from giving money to fight a future initiative to reverse Prop. 8. That is why there is such an aggressive campaign of hate and hostility being directed at Mormons. To dissuade Mormons from giving millions of dollars in the future will be a big step towards homosexual activists in making sure that any campaign to resist their efforts to reverse Prop. 8 does not receive near the $40 million that the Yes on 8 campaign received this year.
The protests and threats that were directed towards Doug Manchester and the Manchester
Hyatt was a test run towards pressuring him not to give any further money. Manchester went on to give no further money after he was boycotted.
The plan also stresses concern over the current economic downturn and fears that gays will not have extra funds to contribute to an initiative to reverse Prop. 8. Keeping a financial balance in the effort to reverse Prop. 8 is a critical point of concern one source told the James Hartline Report.
Other sources have told the James Hartline Report that groups for Prop. 8 are already creating a major game plan themselves to counter a reversal of Prop. 8, as well as expanding on the public support for Prop. 8.
Current attacks against Prop. 8, particularly the violence and threats against churchgoers and seniors by angry homosexual activists and their leftist allies, have created a big backlash against
the gay community and its drive to undermine the constitutionally and legally binding Prop. 8 amendment.