American Institute of Graphic Arts Gets Christian Cancelled From Design Conference
Christian David Roark was cancelled from a major graphic design conference after agitation from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, based on Roark’s church’s supposed bigotry toward women and the LGBT community.
Fox News reports: David Roark, communications director for The Village Church, a Texas megachurch, was uninvited from the Circles Conference, a three-day event for graphics and user experience designers, because of his religious views. The conference is from Sept. 18-20.
The Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of AIGA refused to partner with Circles Conference if Roark was on the roster. The group said the church has “openly discriminatory policies and practices towards women and the LGBTQ+ community” and therefore did not meet its standards of inclusion.
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Roark was magnanimous about the snub.
2/3 I believe that to end division and pursue unity in our world, we must be willing to listen well, enter into dialogue and understand that we can show love, honor and dignity to one another while still disagreeing.
— David Roark ???? (@DavidRoark) July 3, 2019
Even so-called conservatives are blacklisting Christians if it means appeasing pro-LGBT agitators.
Popular conservative commentator D.C. McAllister learned the hard way about how Conservative Inc. enforces political correctness as strictly as the Democrats after she was pushed out of The Federalist following a colorful exchange with a far-left, pro-refugee homosexual.
HuffPost contributor Yashar Ali posted a whining tweet after he got his feelings hurt by McAllister, prompting the leftist jackals to form a digital lynch mob against the Christian conservative…
McAllister learned quickly that her Conservative Inc. employers did not share her resolve. Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist, quickly announced that he was folding to his opposition. Domenech, who is literally married to the late John McCain’s talentless liberal daughter Meghan, announced in a tweet that McAllister was done at the publication.
McAllister, in a since-deleted Tweet, pinned Ben Shapiro, the two-faced ‘Never Trump’ gatekeeper, as the culprit who forced her out of The Federalist to appease the Democrats and the homosexual community.
This is a familiar pattern of Shapiro, who is always careful to follow directives laid out by his fake news masters. He was instrumental in the conspiracy to derail Judge Roy Moore’s US Senate bid in 2017, where Shapiro’s agitation was ultimately successful in putting a baby-killing Democrat into federal office instead.
McAllister initially protested being pushed out of The Federalist for sparring with the far-left Democrats, something that Donald Trump does everyday, just because it may hurt the bottom line of the globalist corporate interests behind Conservative Inc.