Watch NOM Chairman's Explosive IRS Testimony Before Congress!


Dear Marriage Supporter,

The audience at a congressional hearing isn't supposed to give applause, but they did when they heard what the National Organization for Marriage's (NOM's) Chairman, John Eastman, had to say.

Last week, Dr. Eastman was invited by Congress to testify about the illegal disclosure of NOM's confidential tax documents, along with five other heads of conservative organizations that were targeted by the IRS.

What made Eastman's testimony different — and explosive — was the fact that NOM's case is far more egregious... because our private donors were exposed to intimidation and harassment when President Obama's political allies were given our confidential information.

Can you take a moment right now to watch his testimony below and then make a generous contribution of $25, $50, $100 or more to support the National Organization for Marriage, helping us expose the illegal and outrageous attacks made against us and against ordinary, private citizens just like you?

Dr. Eastman's fiery testimony generated thunderous applause inside the hearing room. And it has prompted NOM's story to go viral across the internet!

Facebook and Twitter lit up with praise for Eastman and thanksgiving for his passionate articulation of why what the IRS did is unacceptable and how liberal politicians have emboldened bureaucrats to harass and abuse those they perceive to be their political opponents.

Dr. Eastman's testimony about NOM's story is our best chance yet to get to the bottom of what happened inside the IRS — and to find out who may have known about it outside the IRS and was an accomplice to the crime.

Please watch this video and then consider making a generous contribution to NOM right away.

One of the facts that Eastman shared during his testimony is how much NOM has been forced to spend to defend and shield its donors in the aftermath of the IRS's illegal disclosure of our tax documents — hundreds of thousands of dollars. Please help us recoup these losses and help us pursue a just remedy — including seeking financial damages — for what has happened. Your gift will help us expose the truth and stand up for the constitutional rights of all Americans to participate in democracy without fear of harassment or retribution.

Thank you for being generous. Together, we will find answers and see that justice is done.

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