More of that Christian theocracy: Allison Rushing, a dangerous religious extremist and former warrior for an anti-LGBT hate group, has been confirmed to a lifetime appointment as a federal judge.
Vice President Mike Pence counted on Saturday President Trump’s actions in favor of “religious freedom” — considered by LGBT rights supporters as means to enable anti-LGBT discrimination — as reasons for why conservative voters should turn out in the congressional mid-term elections to back Republican candidates and the Trump administration.
Pence made the remarks before attendees at the Values Voter Summit, an annual D.C. confab for social conservatives hosted by the anti-LGBT Family Research Council.
The doublespeak is strong here.
“Just when one thinks the anti-lgbt hate group Family Research Council reached the zenith of bad taste in its desire to attack the lgbt community, the organization reveals that it can go to another level:”
I hope her predictions are wrong, but I have been having the same thoughts.
Drums in the Deep | Brynn Tannehill: “People want to know why the hell I’m so scared as a transgender person after the election of Donald Trump.”
“As so-called bathroom bills continue to crop up in states across the country, mainstream media is starting to dig deeper to find out where the onslaught of anti-LGBT legislation is originating.
CBS Evening News correspondent Dean Reynolds went to the Orlando, Fla., headquarters of the anti-LGBT legal nonprofit Liberty Counsel, where the group’s founder proudly took credit for the recent uptick in state-sanctioned bigotry.
Of course, that isn’t how Mathew Staver framed the anti-LGBT bills that are often passed under the guise of protecting ‘religious freedom.’ “