Tim Gill, tech millionaire and extremely liberal LGBTQ activist, in a Last month interview for Rolling Stone called for the punishment of Christians who refuse to take part in same-sex weddings. The 63-year-old who’s funneled over $400 million into pro-LGBT social reform causes over the last 20 years — claimed that it’s time to “punish the wicked,” in his opinion.
The election of Donald Trump, who claims to support gay rights but stocked his administration with anti-LGBTQ extremists, has only emboldened those looking to erase the gains of the past decade. Gill refuses to go on the defense. ‘We’re going into the hardest states in the country,’ he says. ‘We’re going to punish the wicked.’
An excerpt from Rolling Stone read:
“The election of Donald Trump, who claims to support gay rights but stocked his administration with anti-LGBTQ extremists, has only emboldened those looking to erase the gains of the past decade. Gill refuses to go on the defense. ‘We’re going into the hardest states in the country,’ he says. ‘We’re going to punish the wicked.’”
Speaking with Rolling Stone’s Andy Kroll, Gill expressed his displeasure at the “religious right” who have made an issue out of same-sex marriage.
During the interview, Gill maintained his position that he will do everything in his power and with his resources to further strike down the personal or religious opposition to same-sex unions until the day he dies. Since its 2016 inception, the Gill Foundation has tackled the controversial North Carolina bathroom bill, as well as other grassroots movements to further the equality for LGBTQ people, including partnering with finance companies to tackle anti-discrimination efforts both locally and on the national level.
Later in the same interview, a friend says of Gill:
“Before he dies, Gill tells me in Denver, he plans to spend every last dollar in the foundation’s coffers in pursuit of full equality,” Kroll writes. “He figures he has 15 to 20 years left. By then, Gill will be in his eighties … But, he says, ‘I have no illusions that there’s an endgame.’ The Anti-Defamation League, the NAACP and the ACLU still exist. ‘These problems never go away,’ he says. ‘You have to educate every single generation about this and make sure it doesn’t creep back into our society. There’s no sense in which the job is ever done.’”
The Democrat party and Tim Gill and his troop of millionaires tied together fiscally for more than a decade. His money has poured in to support progressive groups and Democrat candidates. And now he openly admits to opposing any religious exceptions to his agenda, and he needs Democrats to make that happen.
Tim Gill is a major donor to Democrat’s, the backbone of the gay-lobby, and has been at the forefront of funding gay marriage and other LGBT initiatives across America. What’s his next target?