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Supreme Court Heartbreak Resumes

By Charlotte Robinson, July 10, 2018
With Brett Kavanaugh’s extreme conservative record & his past support of the anti-LGBTQ hate group Family Resource Council (FRC) our LGBTQ community’s progress is in jeopardy along with a woman’s right to choose, the Affordable Care Act, immigrants & more. Sarah Kate Ellis, President & CEO of GLAAD stated, “If confirmed, Brett Kavanaugh will have the chance to codify President Trump & Vice President Pence’s dangerous anti-LGBTQ record & the agenda of anti-LGBTQ groups into law for decades to come. Like Neil Gorsuch before him, Kavanaugh is an ideologically driven pick designed to create an activist Supreme Court that will undermine rights & protections for women, LGBTQ people, immigrants & all vulnerable people. Americans do not want or need 40 more years of Trump’s values.” Vanita Gupta, President & CEO of The Leadership Conference concluded, “Brett Kavanaugh is a direct threat to our civil & human rights & is unfit to serve on our nation’s highest court. Earning a spot on this list of anti-civil & human rights all-stars required satisfying the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation & Federalist Society & passing Trump's ideological litmus tests. Trump promised that, if confirmed, his nominee would overturn Roe v. Wade & undermine the Affordable Care Act, which would have a devastating impact on those with pre-existing conditions, people of color, women, people with disabilities & millions of others for decades to come. Access to health care is a civil & human rights issue of profound importance. Our civil & human rights hang in the balance with this Supreme Court nomination. Senators must put country over party to protect their constituents, the Constitution & civil & human rights by rejecting this extreme nomination.” 
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1 comment:

Marilyn Rosen said...

Everyone understands what Trump’s choice means for the foreseeable future and beyond.
We have to be loud enough to be heard against the freedoms at risk and try to postpone the vote until after midterm elections.

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