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Republican Officials Now United Behind…”Trans Rights”?

Legislation that would extend civil rights protections to members of the LGBT community, including deranged mentally-ill transgenders, has been co-sponsored by 21 different Republican Congressmen.

21 Republican U.S. House members have signed on to the so-called Fairness for All Act (FFAA) in order to make sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) an official designation under federal civil rights law. The bill would carve out narrow measures for non-approving religious institutions to discriminate, which would then be whittled down over time, with the transgender protections staying. In other words, this is an example of the vintage sort of RINO politics that has caused the country to be transformed from a constitutional republic into a socialist dystopia.

In addition to primary bill sponsor Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah, other Republican lawmakers who have signed on include Fred Upton of Michigan, Elise Stefanik of New York, Mark Amodei of Nevada, John Curtis of Utah, Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Andrew Garbarino of New York, Blake Moore of Utah, Burgess Owens of Utah, Carlos Gimenez of Florida, Chris Jacobs of New York, Claudia Tenney of New York, Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey, Nancy Mace of South Carolina, Maria Salazar of Florida, Mario Díaz-Balart of Florida, Mike Simpson of Idaho, Nicole Malliotakis of New York, Steve Stivers of Ohio, and Tom Reed of New York.

Congressional Republicans are readying to surrender on the issue of transgenderism at a time when even feminists are growing disgusted with the excesses of the LGBT movement. Read more…

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