RUSH: It has now been learned that the head honcho of OkCupid is a guy by the time of Sam Yagan. He started a company called eDonkey, was a peer-to-peer site dedicated to stealing apps and programs. It’s a pirate site. But, this guy personally gave money to Utah Republican Chris Cannon, who served in Congress from 2007 to 2009. He left Congress in 2009.
He voted against every gay marriage initiative that came up, and this guy at OkCupid supported him. The guy at OkCupid funded, according to the left, anti-gay bigotry. He funded anti-gay hatred. Chris Cannon. I remember this guy. He was in 2007 to 2009 for Utah and strongly opposed same-sex marriage. He even supported a constitutional amendment defining marriage as a man-woman-only thing.
The guy that ran OkCupid gave money to him.
The guy that ran OkCupid suggested a boycott of Mozilla.
It was a publicity stunt. The OkCupid guys were not down for the struggle. They were not into the cause. It was a pure publicity stunt — and it worked. They got a guy canned. They got a guy forced out. So actually a guy who has supported “anti-gay bigotry and hatred” in the form of donations to a Republican congressman from Utah — and, by the way, I’m being euphemistic, of course.