Jeff Sessions revealed the real reason Republicans need to win in November
The midterm elections will set the course for the next two years in American politics.
But there is one issue at stake that isn’t getting enough coverage.
And Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed it is the biggest reason Republicans need to win in November.
Democrats spent eight years attacking religious liberty under Barack Obama.
State governments terrorized Christian business owners who refused to participate in homosexual weddings.
The Obama administration tried to force religious entities to violate their beliefs and purchase abortion drugs.
This was all done in the name of “tolerance.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions torched this mindset in a speech before a religious liberty summit and reminded Americans that Democrats are still threatening religious liberty.
Sessions also remarked that he November midterm elections will be a key battlefield in the fight to make sure Americans’ First Amendment right to practice their religion are not infringed upon by the intolerant left.
“Sessions also objected to members of Congress asking judicial and executive branch nominees about their religious dogma. And he praised a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple in a case that reached the Supreme Court and ended in his favor this year. That baker, Jack Phillips, was part of a panel discussion at the Justice Department summit.
“Let’s be frank: A dangerous movement, undetected by many but real, is now challenging and eroding our great tradition of religious freedom. There can be no doubt. It’s no little matter. It must be confronted intellectually and politically and defeated,” Sessions said.
“This election, this past election, and much that has flowed from it, gives us a rare opportunity to arrest these trends and to confront them.”