Christians Boycott Beer Giant as Company Sponsors SF Fetish Fair

More news concerning San Francisco’s Folsom Street “Fair”.

A Catholic group is calling for a boycott of the Miller Brewing Co. after the beer giant failed to have its logo removed from a “gay”-festival promo mocking the iconic Last Supper scene of Jesus Christ and his disciples.

Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, wants Miller to go much further and rescind its sponsorship of San Francisco’s Folsom Street Fair, which has featured blatant displays of public nudity and performances by the anti-Catholic group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

“Never have we experienced greater corporate arrogance than in this dispute with the Miller Brewing Company,” Donohue said on this morning’s “Fox and Friends” show on the Fox News Channel.

Calling it an “incredibly outrageous and palpably anti-Christian event,” Donohue posted photographs of past Folsom Street Fairs, warning that the images are graphic.

This year’s fair is scheduled for Sunday.

As WND reported, the Last Supper poster promoting the fair replaces the bread and wine with sex toys and depicts Jesus Christ and his disciples as “half-naked homosexual sadomasochists.”

Donohue said Miller “leaves us with no options.”

“We are calling on more than 200 Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu organizations to join with us in a nationwide boycott of Miller beer,” he said.

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One Response to “Christians Boycott Beer Giant as Company Sponsors SF Fetish Fair”

  1. Beth says:

    Does it sound odd to you that a Christian group is boycotting a beer company? Ummm, maybe its just me, but why would Christians be frequent beer buyers?

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