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Trump To Sign “Religious Liberty” Executive Order


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Trump is readying a brand-new exec order that makes certain to please his evangelical base. Nomiki Konst, Jimmy Dore, and also Michael Tracey, hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Inform us just what you think in the comment area below.

" Head of state Trump has actually reportedly invited conservative leaders to see the White House on Thursday for the finalizing of an executive order on religious freedom.

Politico reported Tuesday that two senior administration officials confirmed the plan. One resource kept in mind that the language of the order has not yet been finalized by the White Home lawyers, yet a draft leaked in February would certainly give companies as well as individuals the ability to claim broad religious arguments.

The Trump administration has actually been under fire because, with doubters arguing that it would allow discrimination against the LGBT neighborhood.

Complying with the preliminary leak, Vice President Pence and his team have apparently dealt with rewriting the language of the record." *.

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  1. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    Christian sharia law thinks it can persecute gay people. They are the complete opposite of the Jesus they love so much.

    • Posted by Red Pill prime, at Reply

      Crony Christian capitalists.

    • Posted by Red Pill prime, at Reply

      If Jesus real come back with super power he will be flipping American churches like there no tomorrow. Then take away free will.

    • Posted by Red Pill prime, at Reply

      +hoda ahmad If the crazy Muslims represented all Muslims. Then we all be dead or converted.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      Christian Sharia law persecutes gay people, Muslim Sharia law kills them outright.

  2. Posted by vick3d, at Reply

    This is fine, but religious institutions should also be taxed. Maybe at a special rate with deductions for proven real charity work.

    • Posted by vick3d, at Reply

      Melanoma, I voted Democrat almost down the line except for a county race I voted for a Socialism International candidate. Trump’s core are not traditional Republicans, we just want nationalism and less immigration to be priorities.

    • Posted by Amanda Bertelsen, at Reply

      Do people really think that Churches aren’t already injecting themselves into american politics? If you’re trans in NC, you can’t poo where you want to because…? If you’re gay and want to buy a wedding cake from a business open to the public, yet are not able to because…?

      If you’re at one of the many fine courts in the US with 10 commandment monuments out front, but you’re a Satanist, your monument can’t be found out front because…?

      If you need an abortion, but there is no clinic within driving distance, that would be because…?

    • Posted by Ray, at Reply

      “I voted Democrat but I want nationalism!!”

      Jesus it’s either the shitty American education system or lack mental healthcare. Either that or there’s something in the water.

  3. Posted by Misael Cifuentes, at Reply

    Ignorance + Religion = Terrorism. That implies ALL religions.

    • Posted by Mlpfanboy, at Reply

      +Ronan O’Neill I did own up to it! I can’t speak for what they did but I have said “it’s lead to a lot of bad”

    • Posted by Mlpfanboy, at Reply

      +Saved By Grace Through Faith where dose it say that? Also there is exactly one place in the Old Testament that says to kill gays and that’s in Leviticus. It also says those who get haircuts, eat shell fish, play football or wear mixed fabrics also deserve the same fate. The only place in the New Testament where it condemns gay people in any way shape or form is in the book of Paul. And he says, we have all walked away from the path of the lord and it’s not our place to judge others actions. Jesus also said if you judge gay people harshly the lord himself will judge you with the same harshness. Oh and Jesus also told one of his apostles that the prostitutes and bastards would enter the kingdom of heaven before they do because his arrogance came up with an incorrect answer. He also told his apostles that it was easier for a camel to enter the eye of a nettle then got a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.

    • Posted by alexc773, at Reply

      +Mlpfanboy It’s not “owning up to it” if you directly try to write off the examples I provided to just the Old Testament, as if that’s the only place abhorrent directives to kill, etc. exist in the Bible. Plenty of directives to kill in the name of the Lord exist in the New Testament as well. You tried to undermine my point by saying that what I said was only Old Testament stuff; I reply to you by providing New Testament examples, and you just ignore it.

      And you’re simply wrong on the point that homosexuality is only mentioned once in the New Testament. Even the most cursory research yields more results than that. With just a couple minutes, I find:

      Romans 1:26-32, homosexuality is depraved behavior, worthy of damnation; 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, homosexuals are damned, to be excluded from the kingdom of heaven; 1 Timothy 1:9-10, homosexuality is immoral, in the same list as murder, slave trade; Jude 7-8, cities of Sodom and Gomorrah earned eternal fire for the deviant sexual behavior practiced there (so fornication and homosexuality).

      Your other biblical references (i.e., concerning the rich/prostitutes/bastards) are totally irrelevant, they don’t pertain to the topic of discussion.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      alexc773. You do realize you just proved his point. he’s specifically using the what would Jesus do argument, Paul or Leviticus are add ons, it’s mods.

  4. Posted by Matthew Morvillo, at Reply

    im sure this executive order will backfire on them

    • Posted by DelanoHuntress, at Reply

      I’m waiting for the Satanist to come in and save the day lol

    • Posted by dee nixon, at Reply

      Matthew Morvillo like all of them

    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      dee nixon 😂😂

    • Posted by Crippling Depression, at Reply

      pretty much everything backfires on them

  5. Posted by Nobody, at Reply

    The founding fathers are rolling rolling in their graves so hard right now.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply


      *”Actually they would support this. They created the 1st amendment.”*

      Yes they supported a SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE. In other words someone else’s religious and personal views should NOT be forced on others. They would reject what Trump is doing as it is a violation of that very principle.

      Furthermore, the 14th amendment insures that people have the RIGHT to make their own choices as in Abortion WITHOUT other people dictating their religious beliefs to them. In addition, the 14th Amendment says you can not make laws that specifically EXCLUDE others or only grant special rights and privileges to a certain group.

      Marriage affords certain rights, such as property ownership, employer benefits such as pensions, medical insurance, and so on, along with alimony, divorce, taxes, SSI, medicare, child custody, etc…

      If you want marriage to be expressed like in the bible then it will be protected under the 1st amendment, however the above benefits will be taken away. So in the eyes of the state two people can not share thier life together and if you decide to get a divorce the other person does not have to pay alimony or surrender any property even if the church tells you to. Even if say your husband cheats on you and the church demands you surrender your property you can say, “up yours” and walk walk away.


      So my question to you is do you want marriage to be religious and the state has no say in anything that goes on and thereby is not enforceable OR do you want the state to enforce marriage but it has to be available to all? You can not have it BOTH ways. It is one or the other.

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      Aaron Wantuck, you can’t force a religion to perform gay marriages because they perform marriages.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply


      *”Aaron Wantuck, you can’t force a religion to perform gay marriages because they perform marriages.”*

      Correct. Did I say that a religion MUST marry a gay couple? Did those actual words come out of my mouth?

      Funny but have you ever gotten married before? EVERYONE who gets married has to obtain a marriage license from the state. Now you can obtain a religious marriage license but that is only symbolic. It is the one from the state that holds the actual legal power and is enforced.

      After you obtain said marriage license you can hold your vows at either a religious place or in front of the local Judge at the Justice of the Peace. Point is……….


      Failure to issue said marriage license by the state is a crime which is why Kim Davis lost her job and was arrested.

  6. Posted by Ruben A. Sola Mulero, at Reply

    To all who hate Sharia Law, guess what, THATS EXACTLY WHAT THIS IS!!!

    • Posted by james d, at Reply

      wrong. you should not be exempt from anti-discrimination laws everyone else has to follow because of religion. if you want religious “liberty” move to saudi arabia.

    • Posted by Ruben A. Sola Mulero, at Reply

      nexus1g the current law, yes, but not the proposed bill from the video.

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      james, Saudi Arabia is the exact opposite of religious liberty. No government has the right to simply override long-standing religious moralities.

    • Posted by nexus1g, at Reply

      Ruben, be specific and stop painting with a broad brush. If you think this bill only helps one religion, explain how.

  7. Posted by Mending Wall, at Reply

    They act like its against the law to be Christian. I cant understand why the most dominant groups in society act like victims

    • Posted by meh757, at Reply

      the churches are scared with the advancement of technology and scientific knowledge more and more people are turning to science for answers and are leaving the churches where they belong…. in history

    • Posted by mjtrueangel777, at Reply

      Mending Wall. Well said!!!

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      Along with Mosques I presume.

  8. Posted by Avery Hooten, at Reply

    How much more un-American this administration get?

    • Posted by RandomRobin, at Reply

      +ChristianMission You do know Trump isn’t religious right?

    • Posted by Guillermo Jimenez, at Reply

      he might be satanic

    • Posted by RandomRobin, at Reply

      +Guillermo Jimenez Nah, he only worships the green paper he’s constantly stealing from others.

    • Posted by Karis Simpson, at Reply

      This is as American as apple pie…

  9. Posted by Lady pilliwick, at Reply

    ANY executive order that deals with religion is absolutely unconstitutional. …. guys..the goverment can not in any way say anything about religion. ..
    this is so wrong….

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      +Dayne Anyone who defends Islam.

    • Posted by Dayne, at Reply

      Gustav The Mad
      That’s not how it works at all. All you are telling me is that you can’t name a single progressive that does. Defending Muslims from being generalized as terrorists is not promoting the implementation of Sharia Law. Defending Muslims’ religious liberties is not promoting the implementation of Sharia Law. Progressives, majority of which promote separation of church and state, stand against implementation of religious doctrines into governance, just like they stand against Christians implementing their bigoted, primitive, and ignorant doctrines, because it violates the first amendment. Defending a religion’s right to practice is not promoting its doctrines.
      If you say that you defend Christianity, you are implying that you support the burning of witches.

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      +Dayne Yet they’re submissive to Muslims.

  10. Posted by Cisco Blue, at Reply

    i wonder how LGBTS FOR TRUMP will respond….

    • Posted by Shelvs HOTpencil, at Reply

      Cisco Blue lol

  11. Posted by Zachary Xavier, at Reply

    So much for separation of church and state! Trump is going to bring this country back like 3 decades to the point where we’re going to be a third world country! #ImpeachTrump

    • Posted by G Rodriguez, at Reply

      America can’t even afford contributions subsidised healthcare like real FIRST WORLD COUNTRIES, coz private entity sucks up the people’s money. Corrupt profiteering of the people sounds pretty third world to me.

    • Posted by Snarky Edmonton Cyclist, at Reply

      Thinking about impeachment, who presides at an impeachment of the vice president?

    • Posted by i Nightmarez, at Reply


    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      Welcome to Saudi Arabia.

  12. Posted by Hazzycakes, at Reply

    And they say ISLAM is a threat to America?

    • Posted by thehendleys1, at Reply

      it is

    • Posted by Guillermo Jimenez, at Reply

      so is Trump

    • Posted by Curtis Smale, at Reply

      Necro: You do not have any clue what actual Christianity is. But let’s pretend that Christianity is subjective. You claim that the non western Christians do it right while the western ones are limited by American law. Someone else says the Christians in the west are the real ones. Who is right? You have no objective basis for your claims. You are playing identity politics.

      Fundamentalist Christianity (those that do not disregard Jewish law) are the dangerous ones. The NT only Christians are like hippies – practically harmless. Learn a little about religion before criticizing it. I’m not even Christian and I know at least this much.

    • Posted by Andy Dominguez, at Reply

      @necroryda The secular western countries that are mostly majority CHRISTIAN right? Those the ones you’re talking about? Yeah, they were the main ones who wrote the laws protecting gays. And I don’t think that an atheist wants to bring up the persecution of people in Russia when 70 years ago Stalin was closing down all houses of worship and making it against the law to hold religious ceremonies in public. Those clergymen like priests and rabbi’s who disobeyed could receive death sentences for doing so and thousands of them did. So please lets not get up on our high horse about religion when statistically atheists have the highest body count in just this last century. It’s not even arguable.

    • Posted by No One, at Reply

      And then you have that charming Mao fellow, religion is poison, goodbye Tibet.

  13. Posted by Afnan Razzaque, at Reply

    This executive order will encourage Christians to take their homophobia to a completely new level. I feel sorry for the atheist community, seems like their freedom of speech is all but gone.

    • Posted by Michael Thor, at Reply

      The Bee Factory Cuz saves time and space
      You have yet to show me any education all you have are insults and insults not an argument.

  14. Posted by Ryan Walsh, at Reply

    How did I guess that the “religious liberty order” would mean the opposite of “liberty”

    • Posted by UTubeHobby, at Reply

      That doesn’t matter when a person is a hater. They do it to step on your rights. If you don’t give in they label you as a bigot. Not that I would care.

    • Posted by harooni22, at Reply

      lol i thought it was freedom to prac any religion. man i should have known better with the repub party.

    • Posted by gunnyblender, at Reply

      +Michael Robertson Thou doth project too much.

    • Posted by darkstalkerknight63, at Reply

      again they have the right to say no but they can not do it using tax payers dollars because of the 1st and 14th amendments. oh and let me clear this up for the big government right wingers. if they are getting a tax break, that is them using tax payers dollars. so if you running one of them and you pay your taxes with no tax breaks, you can say and do whatever you want but when you do that with my money, I will bring the hammer of the law down on you at full power.

  15. Posted by Max B, at Reply

    white christians your being obnoxious as the Muslims….BACK OFF!!!!

    • Posted by flort13, at Reply

      Max B actually “white Christians” 😧
      The majority of the Christian world is, by American standard, pretty brown.

    • Posted by petloves1, at Reply

      flort13 what world do you live in

    • Posted by Sins And Karma, at Reply

      petloves1 Their have been plenty of insane Christian shooting up places. Like the idiot that shot up Planned Parent last year.

    • Posted by Cope Cope, at Reply

      Sins And Karma Got anymore in say, the past decade? Lol

  16. Posted by jfsfrnd, at Reply

    Unconstitutional. The courts need to block this bill.

    • Posted by Damian Cairns, at Reply

      Not with Neil Gorsuch on the court, it’s all over people. Christians win and Christ loses.

    • Posted by Elena Duran, at Reply

      @whyamimrpink78: the constitution, which applies to all states, specifically states there is a separation of church and state. So, no. Leaving it to the states is not an option. I further reject the states handling this because of the state I currently live in, which is Utah. The hell if mormons are going to further impose their religious beliefs on me.

      What everyone seems to be missing here is that religious groups are NOT under attack; maybe with the exception of Islam. It is the so-called Christians in this nation that are attacking those for not believing their beliefs. They are the bullies here; not the rest of us. Their Christ would strike them all dead for the falsehoods.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply


      *”This is right in line with the 1st amendment.”*

      Where in the first amendment does it say that YOUR particular religious and persona beliefs can dictate someone else’s civil rights?

      Two people who are gay getting married or a person getting an abortion affects you in exactly what way? How do these two things affect other than make you “feel” uncomfortable? Just becasue you think something is wrong does not mean it is wrong, nor should anyone else be subjected your feeling and beliefs.

      That is what the establishment cause says. I suggest you read it and understand its meaning.

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply


      *””So can I discriminate against Christians?”*
      *”If you want, I am not going to tell you no.”*

      What about blacks? Can I pin a sign up that says, “We do not serve colored”.

      This sounds a lot like the Jim Crow laws to me something we got rid of a long time ago.

      I do not know, this seems to violate the EQUALITY cause in the 14th Amendment of the Constitution, something you consistently say in your comets about how this bill is not a violation of the 1st amendment. So are you cherry picking the amendments out of the Constitution you want to support in favor of your own agenda or do you support the US Constitution as a whole.

      If you support the Constitution then your statements and Trumps EO is a clear violation of the 14th and 1st amendments.

  17. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    Where are all of these Pro-Trump, New Atheist, YouTube cretins now? What do they have to say for themselves now?

    • Posted by Shelvs HOTpencil, at Reply

      Hal Jordan yes Sargon? 😂

    • Posted by Shelvs HOTpencil, at Reply

      Hal Jordan man you deserve a cookie for pointing this out.
      I am dying 😆 😂!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HA the irony.
      Sargon? Hello bud

    • Posted by Harmony Alexandria, at Reply

      Nu Atheists are nothing more than disenfranshised white males who seek to implement a white MRA-centric version of Ayn Rand’s philosophy.

  18. Posted by chris grammatica, at Reply

    people were getting married before religion

    • Posted by Hobbes Tiger, at Reply

      If by religion you mean specifically Christianity then you are correct.
      If however by religion you mean *any religion ever*, then you are demented. Every culture in human history has had some form of religion, some form of worship. Our puny human brains are prone to such nonsense. So yes, clearly before people were getting married (two people together), there was religion.

    • Posted by chris grammatica, at Reply

      yeah christians are spearheading it

    • Posted by Patsy Sadowski, at Reply

      Hobbes Tiger pseudo intellectuals are painful. You think there were no agnostics/ atheists ever? Spirituality and organized religion are not the same either. The first comment stands. People mated for life prior to organized religion and regardless of faith. Demented, that’s your idea of a discusion? Obnoxious much?

    • Posted by Hobbes Tiger, at Reply

      How disingenuous can you be? You just snuck the word *OGANIZED* in there like a total @sshole. BIG FREAKIN’ DIFFERENCE! Any religion ever (as I clearly stated in my first response) existed before marriages. People worshiped together (which in a way already is a organized religion) long before they got married. BTW, “mating for life” is not natural to humans, it an artificial invention that was popularized in large part through religion. If “mating for life” were natural to us, then divorce would be so rare that would probably wouldn’t even have a word for it.
      I have no problem with being obnoxious to little twats who sneak in words. Did I say there were not agnostics/atheist cavemen? Btw, that very concept is by itself idiotic. That strawman is you and your head is filled with – straw.