ORLANDO -- Trumpaign.com an independent, pro-trump Facebook page burst onto the scene on Sunday, June 21st – just in time to highlight the 45th President’s historic TRUMP Rally in Tulsa, OK viewed by millions and a TRUMP BOAT PARADE, where thousands took to the waters in the Space-Coast of Florida, both on the same day.

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Please contact your U.S. representative and senators TODAY and remind them that Congress writes our laws, not the Supreme Court!

On June 15, in Bostock v. Clayton County, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that sex discrimination in the 1964 Civil Rights Act includes “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” discrimination. With this ruling, the Court overstepped its proper constitutional role and effectively rewrote a 55-year-old statute -- a job which should have been left to Congress. This decision has also opened up a Pandora’s box of religious liberty problems in our country for years to come.

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SCOTUS Decision Comes on Heels of Trump Decision Protecting Conscience Rights

This past Friday, June 12th the Trump Administration finalized a rule on Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act. Section 1557 prevents covered health programs from discrimination based on current civil rights statutes, like that in Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Specifically, Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in some federally funded programs and was interpreted by the Obama Administration to include “termination of pregnancy and gender identity, which it defined as “one’s internal sense of gender, which may be male, female, neither, or a combination of male and female.”

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fl. -- Dr. Frank Wright, CEO and President of D. James Kennedy Ministries, released this statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's Title VII employment discrimination case—"Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia"—released Monday.

In an open assault on the rule of law and the role of America's elected legislators, six members of the U.S. Supreme Court redefined the plain meaning of the word "sex" to reach a bizarre, unfounded and dangerous conclusion in its employment discrimination ruling.

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The U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling last Monday that makes the nation's high court look more like a uber-legislative body than a judicial one. The Court declared that the federal prohibition of employment discrimination based on sex in the 1964 Civil Rights Act also prohibits discrimination on the basis of "sexual orientation" and "gender identity." In redefining the term that describes biological sex, the Supreme Court took the question of protected categories out of the hands of the American people and once again created judicial legislation.

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Last Monday morning, in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in Bostock v. Clayton County that title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 extends to individuals identifying as gay or transgender. The majority position, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch stated

“An individual’s homosexuality or transgender status is not relevant to employment decisions That’s because it is impossible to discriminate against a person for being homosexual or transgender without discriminating against that individual based on sex.” 

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Eagle Forum, the conservative grassroots organization founded by Phyllis Schlafly in 1972, commends the Republican National Committee for maintaining the 2016 RNC Platform.

“Given the quarantine situation, we were concerned that decisions regarding the Platform not be made in proverbial smoke-filled rooms or through secret meetings in Washington, D.C. We sent a letter to the White House and RNC leadership earlier this week to express our concerns, particularly concerned in light of reports of that efforts were underway to replace the Platform with a one-page document written by D.C. insiders,” said Eagle Forum President Colleen Holcomb.

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