Earlier this week, we told you about a FOX News report claiming that four prominent, conservative and religious groups met with the office staff of three "moderate" GOP Senators regarding the so-called Equality Act (H.R.5). Sources said the April meeting centered around crafting a "compromise" version of the anti-faith, pro-LGBTQ bill.
But the president for one of those groups, Tony Perkins of Family Research Council, insists FOX News got it wrong. He tweeted on Saturday:
Discussing the myriad of threats contained in the Equality Act (with) Senate staff isn’t the equivalent of crafting a compromise bill. There can be NO COMPROMISE on the 1st Amendment. It is for every American & cannot be limited to religious (organizations) or churches.
In a follow-up tweet one minute later, Perkins added:
To make his point, Perkins shared a link to Family Research Council's website. The article, How the "Equality Act" Is Actually Unequal, Unfair, and Unjust, is EXACTLY what you'd expect from a "research and educational organization" that "inform(s) the news media, the academic community, business leaders, and the general public about family issues that affect the nation from a biblical worldview."
Family Research Council knows how bad the so-called Equality Act is for religious liberty, women, girls, at-risk children, the unborn and people of faith. So do tens of millions of other Americans.
But RINO Senators reportedly are seeking "a suitable alternative" to the radical, pro-homosexual and pro-transgender legislation. According to FOX News sources, "squishy Republicans" could green-light passage of the dangerous, unAmerican bill -- only to have its religious protections "killed by the courts."
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P.S. Again, the "Equality" Act is the greatest threat to religious liberty that America has ever seen. If signed into law, H.R.5 will impact churches, religious organizations (including adoption and foster-care providers), Christian schools, colleges and universities, faith-based businesses, and the people of faith who work for them. Click here or on the banner below to instantly send your "Stop The 'Equality' Act!" faxes to Senators now:
How the "Equality Act" Is Actually Unequal, Unfair, and Unjust (Family Research Council)