Time for Action. Stopwatch Edition.

Stop Bigotry Against Christians in America. Demand Federal Religious Liberty Legislation.

Yesterday, Kate Aurthur at BuzzFeed maliciously targeted Chip and Joanna Gaines because they are Bible believing Christians. Aurthur’s article at BuzzFeed attempted to harm them and their television success because the church they attend supports real marriage, which BuzzFeed’s editorial policy decries as bigotry.

We are going to see this more and more nationally. TAKE ACTION

Over the past several years, the gay mafia has specifically targeted Christian small businesses for harassment. Christian florists, bakers, photographers, t-shirt printers, pizza restauranteurs etc. have seen gay activists come into their businesses, made demands they gay activists knew would put these Christians in conflict with their religious beliefs, then turned to various state governments to punish those Christians who refused to violate their faith.

It is a recurring pattern and the activists are now less and less likely to even deny they are intentionally targeting Christians. SUPPORT FEDERAL RELIGIOUS LIBERTY LEGISLATION

In Georgia, when the state legislature attempted to pass religious liberty legislation, Senator Johnny Isakson came out strongly against it stating that we needed a national law, not fifty state laws on religious liberty. Senator Isakson took the position that the Christian small businessman should not be punished for refusing to violate his faith.

That is actually a position held by a majority of Americans.

BuzzFeed’s latest attack on Christians is further evidence that the left intends to attack and punish any Christian who continues to believe in real marriage and who does not accept the anti-science notion that boys can become girls and girls can become boys.

We know, by the way, that states cannot do this anymore. If a state, like North Carolina, passes a law saying men cannot be in our daughters’ bathrooms, the NCAA and major corporations punish the state on behalf of the gay mafia. Only federal legislation will work to avoid that sort of punishment and those boycotts.

Take action now to tell Congress to pass federal religious liberty legislation to protect Christian small businesses and keep men out of our daughters’ bathrooms.

Use the form below to generate an email, tweet, and Facebook message to your senators and members of congress demanding they support legislation to protect Christian small businesses.

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