Group plans to put ‘God Loves Gays’ billboards up in North Carolina

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The group behind a “God Loves Gays” billboard in Utah is working on putting them up across the country, including three in North Carolina.

KUTV reported that the group just put up the billboard in Orem, Utah. The next one is planned for Salt Lake City on June 14th.

The organization works on Facebook and from the fundraising website, according to KUTV.

They listed online the nationwide locations where they want the billboards put up. In North Carolina, there are reportedly plans for Fayetteville, Gilbert and Raleigh.

The billboards simply proclaim “God Loves Gays” and show a smiling cartoon version of God. The listed organizer on their fundraising site is “Jehovah God.”

“The purpose of these billboards will be to show everyone that all humans are equal and loved by God,” according to the site’s description.

It has not been reported when the group hopes to put the billboards up in North Carolina or the specific locations within the listed cities.

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