The Inequality Act: Weaponizing Same-Sex Marriage

If enacted, the deceptively titled Equality Act would punish dissenters who disagree with same-sex marriage by using the enforcement tools of the amended Civil Rights Act of 1964, but with even greater force and scope, according to Public Discourse. The Equality Act seeks to weaponize Obergefell, moving with lightning speed from a contentious five-to-four victory on same-sex marriage to a nationwide rule that “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” are privileged classes that give no quarter to Americans who continue to believe and seek to exercise their millennia-old religious belief that marriage and sexual relations are reserved to the union of one man and one woman.

Unlike ENDA, the Equality Act does not even feign an equal balancing of sexual liberty and religious liberty. Like some voracious legal Pac-Man, the Obergefell-fueled Equality Act devours any preexisting constitutional rights that might impede absolute victory in the march for “marriage equality”: speech, association, assembly, and the free exercise of religion. The Equality Act boldly declares that some constitutional rights are “more equal than others.”

Editor’s Note: Public Discourse details ways this so-called Equality Act would penalize religious institutions to force them to discard their beliefs, such as employment policies and even bathroom designations. THIS APPLIES TO JUDAISM AND ISLAM, NOT JUST CHRISTIANITY. The story also does a great job discussing Roe v. Wade and how gay marriage is not a civil right. I urge you to follow the link below to read the full story.

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