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Microsoft produced a beautiful holiday commercial that included real-life activists spreading a message of peace, love and inclusion, but those values apparently don’t mesh with the morals of the Catholic League.
The ad features trans teen Jazz Jennings and 7-year-old Zea Bowling, who went viral for silently holding a rainbow flag in front of a homophobic preacher in Ohio this year, but Bill Donohue, the president of the religious organization, is outraged by its message of unity.
Donohue, who oversees the League’s fight against the “defamation or discrimination” of Catholics, is disgusted that Microsoft is “exploiting” Christmas by “pushing the LGBT agenda.”
“If the bi-coastal elites at Microsoft really believe in diversity, then let them have their LGBT celebrations in June during gay pride month, and leave December to Christians,” Donohue hissed.