HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN FILES CLASS-ACTION SUIT

imageWashington, D.C. -Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the dominant LGBT organization, has filed a multi-million law suit against the eleven million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. The class-action suit is the first ever filed against millions of defendants. In most cases, it is the other way around — millions suing a single individual or entity.

According to papers filed in the District of Columbia, HRC is suing for copyright infringement involving its “equal sign” logo.  Many will recall that the HRC logo, and variations of it, went viral as Facebook users changed their profile photos to the logo during the weeks prior to the Supreme Court handing down its decisions on the Defense of Marriage Act and Prop 8.

When the U.S. Senate began deliberating on the proposed Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill – which ultimately passed with a 68-32 vote — millions of undocumented immigrants changed their Facebook profile photos to a graphic that had the number 11 on it. HRC claims that the immigrants simply took the HRC logo and turned it clockwise at 90 degrees. image

In response to an email question from The Adobo Chronicles, a spokesperson who refused to reveal his/her sexual orientation, the HRC rep said it doesn’t matter that an estimated 267,000 LGBTs currently in the U.S. are undocumented. “The integity of the HRC logo is what’s at stake here,” the spokesperson said.

Calls to the 11 million undocumented immigrants for comment on the  law suit have not been returned.

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2 thoughts on “HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN FILES CLASS-ACTION SUIT”

  1. I tell you, this jeanette gandionco lazam is off her rocker. She believes everything that’s written! HAHAHAHAHA! Nothing like being fooled over and over again…..!

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  2. This is absolutely stupid! Why would anyone in their right mind want to sue another oppressed group, i.e. undocumented workers. The HRC should be suing groups, organizations (profit and nonprofit), and individuals that used their (c) (3) status to place unconstitutional, Proposition 8 and like-minded propositions and statues, discriminating against the LGBT communities across the United States on local and state legal books. They could probably clog up these judicial branches of government, thereby preventing them from thinking about placing more of these illegal statues and laws onto state and local elections. HRC…you’ve got the wrong target! It’s a wonder you’re losing ground among the LGBT communities.

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