Woman donates savings for house to anti-LGBT rally because gays are 'like Hitler’s Nazi regime'
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A woman said recently that she donated all of the money that she had saved to buy a house to group staging a march against LGBT rights in Washington, D.C.

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) launched a GoFundMe page last week to ask supporters to sponsor 20 buses at this year's March for Marriage.

One woman, whose donation was first reported by blogger Joe Jervis, said that she had originally intended to donate $25 but then decided to increase her support because of "evil" comments made by marriage equality supporters.

"Thanks for this donation may be directed to Frank P. Conway, Todd C. Allis, and William Duke who inspired us to remove savings for the down payment of our home and instead dedicate it to NOM," the woman wrote. "Gentlemen, if you are reading this, know that your $1 donation and pro same-sex marriage comments were meant 'for evil' but God has turned it 'into good' by impressing us to donate much more than the $25 we originally planned to give."

"Just as in the case of Memories Pizza, LGBT Bullies have crossed the line one too many times," she continued. "All of you have actually proven that there is a GOD by motivating those of us who have been sitting on the sidelines to step forward and stand for what only GOD created – marriage between one man and one woman."

The woman said that pro-LGBT activists were not just opposing "96 percent of America," they were also in a fight with God.

"GOD is the One that you are really fighting and just like Hitler’s Nazi regime – they won a number of battles but LOST the WAR," she insisted. "Every time you spend an American penny remember it proclaims what the Founders of this nation and our Constitution established for America 'In God We Trust.'"

According to Jervis, the GoFundMe website indicated that the woman donated $777.

This year's March for Marriage is scheduled for April 25. The rally is expected to take place as the U.S. Supreme Court is deciding whether same-sex marriage is a constitutional right.