Paypal recently boycotted the state of North Carolina over that state’s refusal to allow mentally-ill “transgenders” to use opposite sex bathrooms—even though the Internet company runs a global operations center in Malaysia where homosexuals are publicly whipped and jailed.
The American Family Association (AFA) has revealed the blatant hypocrisy of Paypal in a new advertisement taken out in San Jose, CA, Paypal’s hometown.
In a press release on the AFA website, that organization said that it was no longer using Paypal because the company “chose to boycott North Carolina after the governor signed HB 2, a bill requiring people to use the restroom consistent with their biological gender.”
As the AFA said, this law “means men use men’s restrooms and women use women’s restrooms. This law protects the privacy of women and children, and that is why AFA supports this law.”
North Carolina isn’t the first state, the AFA continued, “that has experienced corporate bullying by companies like PayPal.”
“Indiana, Georgia, Arkansas, Mississippi, and many others have all experienced corporate bullying in the last year or so. When states attempt to protect religious liberty via legislation, Fortune 500 companies threaten and bully states into submission.
“Sadly, these companies blindly take their marching orders from the homosexual activist groups like Human Rights Commission,” the AFA continued.
“As a way to fight back against corporate bullying, specifically by PayPal, AFA ran a full page ad in PayPal’s hometown newspaper in San Jose, CA. This ad was published Sunday, April 24.
“What most people don’t know is, PayPal built a global operations center in Malaysia where homosexuals are publicly whipped and jailed.
“Ironically, PayPal is boycotting North Carolina for enacting a common sense and simple law requiring people to use a restroom consistent with their biological gender.”
The advertisement placed by the AFA in a San Jose newspaper.
The AFA intends to continue its campaign to expose Paypal’s hypocrisy, and launched an appeal to funds to extend their advertising campaign further.
The AFA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 1977 by Donald E. Wildmon, who was the pastor of First United Methodist Church in Southaven, Mississippi. Under its current president, Tim Wildmon, the AFA continues to be one of the largest and most effective pro-family organizations in the US.
Unsurprisingly, simply because it advocates normal families (that is, marriages between males and females), the AFA has already featured on the Jewish supremacist “SPLC” lobby’s “hate group” list.