Your links do nothing to support the argument. One states that there was punishment attached to sodomy practiced by homo and heterosexuals. One reference talks about rules previous to 1776, before the founding of the nation, again applicable to homo and heterosexuals. Another refers to laws after 1860 applicable to gays and straights. Nothing about the founding fathers calling for the execution of homosexuals as was claimed by “concerned about politics”.
Also, all of these web links seem to be left wing, “we are so oppressed” web sites. Are you really relying on left wing whining to support a ridiculous, indefensible falacy.
As I said, sodomites cite such laws and executions to gain pity. I didn’t investigate the sites Google cites, but merely pointed you to a resource for further investigation.
Frankly, your doubt is surprising, since such laws and executions don’t seem to be a point of contention with either side of the sodomy-vs-normality debate. But perhaps you’re investigating the question for the first time? If so, your ignorance is understandable.
Try some other searches in Google, perhaps. There’s plenty of disputed info, but also plenty that’s undisputed.