US attorneys ignoring Trump's orders to prioritize religious liberty
Repeatedly, during his campaign for President in 2016, President Trump promised to protect religious freedom, gaining broad support from both the evangelical community and conservative Catholics in the process. And repeatedly, during his presidency, President Trump has taken actions showing that he takes that promise seriously. In the last few weeks, liberals were demanding that the President make climate change the focus of U.N. meetings in New York, but President Trump chose instead to make religious liberty his focus at the September 2019 meetings.
Seventeen months ago, we at Public Advocate decided to check into whether the perpetual bureaucracy â aka the Swamp â was implementing â or ignoring â President Trumpâs religious liberty reforms. Here is what we found.
Unfortunately, it seems that protecting religious liberty has not been all that important to the U.S. Attorneys nationwide....
From the news: "In the last few weeks, liberals were demanding that the President make climate change the focus of U.N. meetings in New York, but President Trump chose instead to make religious liberty his focus at the September 2019 meetings."
The climate frightened can always pray to their god Gaia. They have religious liberty to do that.
Protecting religious freedom is not as important as protecting the poor, persecuted LGBT crowd or ensuring womenâs reproductive rights. I mean, those are right there in the Constitution. Oh waitâyou mean theyâre not? Well, I know that free healthcare and voting rights for undocumented immigrants are in there. At least Iâm pretty sure they are. Anyway, gazillions of people are dying from climate change. Thatâs what we REALLY need to concentrate on. Religious liberty is okay as long as it doesnât interfere with more important things. If you think Iâm being sarcastic, youâre rightâBUT THESE ARE THE EXACT POSITIONS OF JIMâS BELOVED DEMOCRATIC PARTY. If you vote for Democrats, please be honest enough (I know, fat chance of a Democrat being honest, right?) to carry a sign or wear a T-shirt that says âI hate America.â BTW, Jim, what size shirt do you wear?