The liberal, left wing, anti-Christian blog Huffington Post fell victim to yet another anti-gay hoax.
Last week, a New York radio show published a birthday party invitation with a note scribbled by "a homophobic mom" telling two gay dads that her son, Tommy, would not attend their daughter's birthday party.
"Tommy will NOT attend. I do not believe in what you do," the mom supposedly wrote on the invite. But the invitation turned out to be a stunt created by New York FM radio station K 98.3.
The story went viral after K 98.3's Steve and Leeana posted the invitation on their Facebook page. Thousands of Facebook users expressed their outrage and indignation at the "homophobic mom" for her alleged toward the gay dads.
But then K 98.3's Steve and Leeana admitted that the invitation was a hoax. They made it up, they say, "to spur a healthy discourse on a highly passionate topic."
They added: "We made a mistake by misleading our listeners into thinking that this specific situation actually existed."
The Huffington Post wasn't the only media outlet to overreact to the story without first doing the most basic fact checking. Jezebel.com, Queerty.com, and other LGBT websites pounced all over the story.
Once again hoaxers have proven just how easy it is to fool The Huffington Post's gullible writers who are so quick to slap the "homophobic" label on anyone who disagrees with their agenda.
The HuffPo writers also foamed at the mouth when a lesbian waitress in New Jersey claimed a couple stiffed her and wrote a note on a receipt saying they disagreed with her lesbian lifestyle. The couple was able to produce their bank statement proving they left an 18% tip.