Home Homo Depot fired an employee for refusing to remove a "One nation under God" patriotic button from his work apron. Trevor Keezor, a Christian, said he wore the button to support his country and his 27-year-old brother, who serves in the military in Iraq (story and video here).
The American flag button Keezer wore in the Florida store since March 2008 says "One nation under God, indivisible."
Earlier this month, he began bringing a Bible to read during his lunch break at the store in the rural town of Okeechobee, about 140 miles north of Miami. That's when he says The
Home Homo Depot management told him he would have to remove the button.
Keezer refused, and he was fired on Oct. 23, he said.
Dozens of homosexual employees participated in
Home Homo Depot-sponsored gay pride parades and festivals. Many employees wore numerous buttons on their aprons promoting homosexuality.
Home Homo Depot defended them by saying homosexual employees will not be prohibited "in any way" when it comes to what they do and wear.
Home Homo Depot's track record of support for the homosexual agenda, including homosexual marriage and exposing young children to gay celebrations in public:
- In June 2010, The
HomeHomo Depot set up a "Kids Workshop" as a vendor at the Southern Maine Pride Festival and parade.
- In 2009, The
HomeHomo Depot gave over $5,000 to be a major sponsor of the Nashville Gay Pride Festival. It also sponsored parades in Atlanta, Kansas City, Portland and San Diego. Read more.
HomeHomo Depot offers insurance benefits that cover sex-changes operations for employees. That insurance also extends to same-sex partners of homosexual employees, proving The Home Depot considers gay couples as "married." Source: Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index
- In 2008, The
HomeHomo Depot sponsored the Durham Pride Weekend with a kid's workshop and parade march. The events include "massages for couples" and "Drag Shows."
- As early as 2005, The
HomeHomo Depot placed a full-page ad in the Out & Equal homosexual workplace conference program guide.
This Home Depot employee's apron sticker shows support for the nation's largest gay advocacy organization, The Human Rights Campaign. In addition, employees decorate their company aprons with other pro-homosexual messages.
The picture here shows employees who decorated their aprons for a Lesbian and Gay Film Festival in Seattle, Washington.
The Home Depot proudly displays its support for homosexuality in this parade float. The company has placed corporate-approved floats in multiple gay pride parades over the past few years. The Home Depot says it will continue to allow employees to participate in future pride parades and festivals "in any way" they choose.
The flags in these Home Depot cups promote a gay website which proclaims itself as "the men's social group for men who have *** with men." The cups were given to children by The Home Depot gay parade marchers, while homosexual activists followed up by introducing them to gay *** websites. The Home Depot has no problem aligning itself with gay activist groups who target children with a pro-homosexual message.
"Family" wears Home Depot aprons and carries Bank of America balloon at 2010 Southern Maine Pride Festival (Photo: Southern Maine Pride public Facebook page)
Thank you, Homo Depot, for being so clear on this issue. I will be taking my business elsewhere.