Taylor Swift is at it again -- using her massive entertainment stage to push her Equality Act crusade and hammering President Trump in the process.
This week at MTV's Video Music Awards, Swift once again pushed her Equality Act agenda after performing her "You Need To Calm Down" song written specifically to push this agenda. The song concluded with Swift on stage beneath the giant words "Equality Act" superimposed on the screen. She also called out President Trump specifically when receiving the award for best video.
Of course, the award-winning video is full of cameos from a "Who's Who" of the LGBT movement, and the lyrics directly target anyone who dares to disagree with the radical same-sex agenda. As one commentator said, the video "not-so-subtly implies that anti-gay protestors are ignorant bigots who can’t spell."
+ + They want to overwhelm Congress...
Swift now has 500,000 petition signers and is calling for action on this issue in the Senate this fall.
This is all part of a strategy to overwhelm this issue and force Congress to take action. If concerned citizens don't take an active stand in defense of our religious liberties and against the oppressive "Equality Act," we will lose this battle and lose our faith, our families and our nation.
Grassfire has identified the 12 GOP Senators LGBT activists are targeting. We want to start delivering petitions to these senators as soon as we reach our 25,000 goal.
If you oppose the anti-faith Equality Act and want your name included in this petition, here's what you need to do...
(We included the complete petition language at the end of this message.)
Thanks for taking action!
P.S. The Swift video paints anyone who opposes Swift's radical LGBT agenda as an ignorant, hate-filled homophobe. These people don't think you even deserve to have a voice. Go here to sign:
THE PETITION STATES:
I oppose the wrongly-named "Equality Act" -- a very dangerous bill that pushes a radical LGBT agenda while essentially criminalizing Christian beliefs. This bill would strip away religious liberties and put people of faith on the wrong side of the law. It also would force our churches and Christian businesses and schools to conform to the radical LGBT agenda. I urge you to oppose the so-called Equality Act.