Gays Against Groomers – An interview with Gays Against Groomers founder, Jaimee Michell

Jan 4, 2023 | 0 comments


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Jaimee, why did you start Gays Against Groomers?

I started Gays Against Groomers because I, like everyone else, was seeing the never-ending attack on children coming from our community and being done in our name. I knew that the vast majority of gay people strongly opposed what is happening and are mortified by it. I could no longer sit by without trying to do something to end it from the inside.

What is your mission?

My mission is to end the war on children happening in the name of “LGBTQIA+.” I fully believe it is going to take our voices from inside the community to be the most effective at doing so. Straight people are instantly written off as hateful bigots, which we know isn’t the case, but it is what the radicals claim to be able to silence and intimidate them. They can’t do that to us.

We have a very unique angle and position because of that. It is also very important to me to reclaim the good standing our community only recently achieved in society. The backlash against all of us is growing, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why. My mission with GAG is to most importantly save the children, but also save ourselves.

Why is it important?

An entire generation of children are being used as lab rats and destroyed by the radical Alphabet Mafia. They are being sexualized, indoctrinated, and led to believe they were born in the wrong body, resulting in the barbaric practice of chemically castrating and surgically butchering their bodies. Children are innocent for such a brief time, and it is imperative and morally necessary to do everything possible to protect that.

Do you have any words for readers?

I encourage everyone to get active in this battle and raise their voices. It can be intimidating, because of how vicious the woke mob is, but please know that you will have more supporting you than opposing you. There is no room to remain silent in the face of such atrocities.

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The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod is a Bible-based, mission-oriented, confessional Christian denomination.

Today, the LCMS has more than 2.3 million baptized members in more than 6,100 congregations and more than 9,000 pastors. Two seminaries and 10 colleges and universities operate under the auspices of the LCMS, and its congregations operate the largest Protestant parochial school system in America.

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Simply stated, we at St mark believe, teach, and confess that salvation is in Christ alone, by grace, through faith alone, based on Scripture alone.

Scripture Alone: the belief that the Holy Bible is the sole authority over the faith and life of the Christian Church.  (Matthew 22:29; John 17:17; Acts 17:11)

Grace Alone: the teaching of the Bible that salvation is—from beginning to end—completely by God’s grace apart from any good works of man.  (Ephesians 2:8-9)

Faith Alone: the teaching of the Bible that only faith can receive the freely-given gifts of God’s grace.  (Romans 3:28)

Christ Alone: the teaching of the Bible that salvation is to be found in Christ Jesus and no other.  (John 14:6)

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For eight months, Pastor Bramwell contributed a Community Comment on KINS 106.3. The station chose to remove him from the Community Comment panel of contributors after his April comment.

Many Ferndalers appreciated Pastor’s comments. He still offers cultural commentary drawn from the Christian worldview, only now they are produced in-house in St. Mark’s very own Winged Lion Studio. You can find them here under KNCL: Canceled Christian Comments.

History of St Mark Lutheran Church of Ferndale

St. Mark is the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod’s mother church in the northern region of California (from Sonoma County to the Oregon border). The first Missouri Synod missionary arrived in Ferndale in 1893 in response to the request of Old Trinity Lutherans who had relocated from St. Louis, MO. The congregation was officially organized on April 26, 1906, making it one of the Missouri Synod’s oldest parishes in California.


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