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American Presdiential race get embarassing for LGBTQI rights

GOP FADA pledge
American republican candidates are royally screwing over LGBTQI rights in an attempt to claim the white house in the upcoming election...
It's an embarrasmwnt to the party of Lincoln - who was a supporter of rights, and these days it seems to be an extremist free for all - if the debates are anything to go by.
The candidates are lining up to be divisive, controversial and disrespectful. theAPP and HAFA have joined up to showcase the tragedy of the Republican candidates... 
American Principles Project has joined together with Heritage Action for America, the action arm of the Heritage Foundation, and FRC Action, the legislative affiliate of the Family Research Council, to invite each of the candidates running for President to sign the following pledge:

“If elected, I pledge to push for the passage of the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) and sign it into law during the first 100 days of my term as President.”

So far, six candidates have signed the pledge:

• Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas)

• Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida)

• Dr. Ben Carson

• Carly Fiorina

• Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania)

• Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-Arkansas)



Maggie Gallagher, Senior Fellow at American Principles Project, released the following statement:

“It has become clear that the First Amendment Defense Act is rapidly becoming a signature issue that unifies the GOP. Three out of the four top contenders for the nomination — Carson, Cruz, and Rubio — have pledged to prioritize passing FADA in their first 100 days of office. Additionally, Bush, Graham, Paul, and now for the first time, Donald Trump, have publicly expressed support for FADA. Real, concrete protections for gay marriage dissenters appear to be just one election victory away.”

Rob Manser

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