URGENT: Senate will vote tomorrow on Democrats’ radical same-sex ‘marriage’ bill


Just days after the midterms, Democrats are moving quickly to codify their radical agenda while they still have full control of Congress.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced last night that he set up an initial vote for Wednesday on Democrats’ “Respect for Marriage Act” (RFMA), which would enshrine same-sex “marriage” into federal law.

“And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a debased mind, to do those things which are not fitting” Romans 1:28

The bill, in addition to cementing the perverse redefinition of marriage, poses grave threats to religious freedom, as faithful Catholic bishops and top conservative organizations have warned.

A group of Republican and Democratic senators championing the Respect for Marriage Act said Monday that they have crafted new language to address concerns about the bill’s implications for religious liberty. But the proposed language does virtually nothing to protect Christians and others who reject homosexual “marriage.”

As the American Family Association pointed out, it applies only in relation to the “solemnization or celebration of a marriage,” and the Biden administration could still use the bill “to target as many Christian nonprofit organizations as possible.”

The radical legislation could also be used “to prevent any state from challenging, or even questioning, the reigning ideology of same-sex marriage and the entire LGBTQ+ agenda that comes with it,” the group noted.

Trump civil rights official and Heritage Foundation vice president Roger Severino similarly warned Monday that the amended RFMA would still put “a giant target on people of faith who stand for the truth about marriage.”

The bill’s Senate backers are nevertheless confident that it will pass Wednesday with “broad, bipartisan support.”

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