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Here Are The 3 GOP Legislators Who Voted For The ‘Equality’ Act

Sources say, only three Republican lawmakers voted for the bill, which would allow biological males to play in female sports.


Do we have moles in our midst?

It definitely seems so. I can understand when members of The GOP disagree, and voice their disagreements about specific policies, but what about our core principles?

These people are supposed to stand for certain values, even if they disagree about specific policies, or who they do, or do not want in The White House.

Boys competing in girls sports though? You have got to be kidding me here.

The whole trans thing has got to be the biggest of all leftist delusions…….

Maybe, MAYBE leftists can argue or debate SOME of their points…..maybe, but the whole trans thing isn’t even a point which can be debated.

Shout out to Rand Paul and Louie Gohmert for sticking up for the right thing.

Here are the latest reports:

Breitbart reported: 

If the bill becomes law, it would likely upend the national culture as Americans have known it, affecting women’s and girls’ sports, privacy in public facilities, and faith-based institutions.

Katko, Reed, and Fitzpatrick disagreed with their Republican opponents that say the legislation would force women and girls to share private spaces with men. Republicans also say the bill could facilitate men participating in women’s sports if they identify as female.

If the Equality Act passes in the Senate as well, President Joe Biden is expected to sign it into law.

The legislation would end the federal recognition of male-female biological sex in favor of “gender identity” by rewriting civil rights law to include “sexual orientation and gender identity” as protected classes.

The Hill had more: 

The Equality Act aims to extend protections for education, housing and employment for the LGBT community. The bill looks to amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, and the Jury Selection and Services Act, by expanding protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

While GOP critics argued the bill could infringe on religious liberties, Reed said he’s confident it will provide protections while keeping in line with Americans’ constitutional rights.

“We stand firmly against discrimination in any form. Throughout my tenure in Congress, we have fought to ensure all are treated fairly before the law, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation,” he said in a statement.


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