No sooner had the Georgia Senate passed its controversial, and hate-filled, bill that would enshrine into law special protections for people of faith — and members of the KKK — to discriminate against LGBT people, than the uprising began …
Kelvin Williams, right, co-founder of 373K, a telecom company based in Decatur, Georgia, Tweeted out his disgust:
"We are very saddened by the Georgia Senate which passed #HB757 also known as #FADA. It's time to relocate."
"I'm gay, our CFO is gay, we have people from every walk of life working here. I've got Muslims, Buddhists, atheists here. We've got great Christians working for us. They've never thought of not serving anyone – that's not the message of Christ. We don't tolerate that crap."
Williams says the anti-gay bill is not good for Georgia, where the environment for businesses is also not good, so the move might be a win-win for his company.
"It's sad our state government wants to take us back in time. I wish Georgia would wake up. If you're not a white married Christian heterosexual, prepare to be persecuted."