Trump’s Works to Protect Christian and Christian Non-Profits From Liberal Lawsuits and Court Actions

Today, Donald Trump signed an executive order to protect the rights of Churches, Christian non-profits and other religious groups.

For decades, many religious leaders and local church pastors have felt under attack from feminist organizations, the gay rights lobby and other liberal groups because of their stance on social issues. In fact, pastors could not publicly endorse or support a political position or leader without fear the IRS would be banging on the door of the church. Sadly, Christian and other religious organizations were not able to speak out for fear of loosing their non-profit status which left them voiceless during political years and when their institutions were under attack.

But things are now changing for religious organizations. President Trump has now signed an executive order granting religious organizations, specifically Christian organizations, the ability to fight back against liberal secular elites.

President Trump said during the signing of the order,

“No American should be forced to choose between the dictates of the federal government and the tenets of their faith… We will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bullied or silenced anymore… We will never ever stand for religious discrimination.”

Finally, we have a President willing to protect the faith that helped build this country and was the building blocks of our Constitution.

Still, hateful liberal groups are not happy. The American Civil Liberties Union has threatened to sue the Trump administration if gays and other groups are discriminated against in any way.

Therefore, only time will tell when anti-Christian, pro-gay and abortion groups will fight this order in court.

Nevertheless, this executive order was long overdue and much needed protection against anti-Christian hate. The only question is this, “How long before liberal groups sue the President for protecting our Constitutional rights?”

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