14 February 2017

The Will of the People

A new survey has found that a majority of Americans oppose any attempt to deny services to LGBT people in the name of religion (details here).

In other words, they're against things like the fraudulently titled First Amendment Defense Act (FADA), which legalizes LGBT discrimination in the name of religion, a sweeping piece of pending legislation that Donald Trump has promised to sign into law as soon as it crosses his desk.

Trump has repeatedly said he will be the President of all Americans, that he will fight for all Americans, that he will unite all Americans, yet his unwavering support of the hate-based FADA exposes him as a rampant hypocrite. Perhaps the next time he makes this hollow claim, he should clarify his statement: "I will be the President of all heterosexual Americans."

How can he claim to support all Americans when he advocates something that the majority of Americans think is wrong? And if he signs FADA, which seems a certainty, will his LGBT supporters finally admit they were conned?

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