Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Support the First Amendment Defense Act

From Public Advocate:

News just broke today that Kim Davis will be released from jail.

You see, while many enjoyed the final days of summer this past Labor Day weekend, Public Advocate staff and volunteers traveled to Kentucky and organized rallies for Kim Davis and Religious Liberty.

Armed with signs, petitions, and water for Kim Davis' supporters, Public Advocate took to the street in front of the detention center.

But the judge ordered, "Davis shall not interfere in any way, directly or indirectly, with the efforts of her deputy clerks to issue marriage license to all legally eligible couples."

This is not the end of this story. The judge threatened Davis with "appropriate sanctions" if she disobeys this order.

While her freedom is certainly worth celebrating, the precedent has now been set.

Who will be the next targeted victim of the anti-Christian Left?

Who will be the "Kim Davis" sentenced to jail for the crime of being a Christian?

Tell Congress, "No more Kim Davis jailings, pass the First Amendment Defense Act now," with a generous donation of $5 or $10 right away.

For years I have warned there will come a day when radical homosexual judges and their allies in the Homosexual Lobby will jail Christians who profess their faith, and now the day has arrived.

This is the fight Public Advocate has waged for years and continues to fight daily.

Congress must act now to protect Religious Liberty.

Over 140 Congressmen are co-sponsoring Raul Labrador’s First Amendment Defense Act in the House and over 36 Senators are co-sponsoring the Senate version.

But House Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy are stalling to bring the bill up for a vote.

How many more Christians facing prosecution will it take to break the stranglehold of the radical Homosexual Lobby’s power over Congress?

Exercising Religious Liberty is not a crime.

So please, click here to sign your petition and help Public Advocate be the voice of thousands of pro-Family Americans by prayerfully considering a generous donation of $5 or $10 right away.

For the Family,

President, Public Advocate of the U.S.

P.S. Public Advocate staff and volunteers rallied this weekend in Kentucky in support of Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis. After spending five days in a jail cell for defending Real Marriage, Davis was finally released.

But the radical Homosexual Lobby is already prepared to pounce on their next victim.

Tell Congress, "No more Kim Davis jailings" by making a generous contribution of $5 or $10 in support of the First Amendment Defense Act right away.

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