Another Group In Opposition: Judge William Pryor Is Dangerous To All Christians
Public Advocate has learned today of yet another group, Judicial Action Group, that has reviewed critically some more terrible and DANGEROUS decisions by Judge William Pryor.
Public Advocate has recently made known its objections to William Pryor being considered for the Supreme Court as an anti-God backstabber and someone who thinks nothing to impose "pro-homosexual clubs" on middle schoolers in a recent Florida case.
Thank you to Judicial Action group for revealing now William Pryor, ".........., in Glenn v. Brumby, 633 F.3d 1312 (11th Cir. 2011) he usurped legislative power by purporting to judicially create - without precedent and without constitutional and statutory support - a new "transgender" employment and bathroom right"
"In Glenn v. Brumby, 633 F.3d 1312 (11th Cir. 2011) Judge Pryor concurred with the court's opinion to create a new transgender right to employment and bathroom non-discrimination. Judge Pryor provided no analysis of the text of the law or constitutional provisions and failed to cite one case of binding precedent from either the U.S. Supreme Court or the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit."
And thanks to Judicial Action Group it has been now learned that in critical cases involving Christians simply being Christians who are faithful to their belief in God if left to William Pryor, Pryor will destroy them forever or "concur in full" with their destruction.
William Pryor "concurred in full" in the destruction of a Christian student
Jennifer Keeton from Augusta State University. The school expelled her from a graduate program and Public Advocate's Eugene Delgaudio and Mark Clayton responded with a protest at the campus in Georgia.
Pryor not only "concured in full" but agreed that the entire class of Christianity would not be qualified for this graduate program and that determination--- wiping out all Christians--- did not violate the first amendment rights of Christians.
12 photos posted here of Public Advocate protesting the Anti-God Attack on Jennifer Keeton at Augusta State University
To quote directly from Judicial Action Group:
In Keeton v. Anderson-Wiley, 664 F.3d 865 (11th Cir. 2011) Judge Pryor concurred in full with the court's chilling opinion to expel a female Christian student from Augusta State Univ. for refusing to engage in a "remediation plan" of her views on sexuality including the suggestion that she attend a "Gay Pride Parade."
First, Pryor elevated a non-binding private ethics code of the American Counseling Association over the binding text of the First Amendment which should have governed the case. Keeton's Constitutional rights are the Supreme law of the land, and Pryor was wrong to let the government violate her First Amendment rights while hiding behind a private ethics code.
Second, Pryor incorrectly ruled that "viewpoint" discrimination against this one Christian student was permissible because it was not directed at her personally but against all persons who share her Biblical view about homosexuality.
Third, the result of Pryor's ruling is a constitutional nightmare where students who believe homosexuality is immoral must be expelled, but students who believe it is moral can remain
Fourth, Pryor's ruling affirmed the draconian and unconscionable requirement that the female Christian student "work to increase her exposure and interaction with the LGBTQ population by, for instance, attending the Gay Pride Parade in Augusta."
An objective review of Judge Pryor's decisions in Glenn v. Brumby and Keeton v. AndersonWiley leads to the conclusion that he has failed to interpret the Constitution as the framers intended.
Judicial Action Group statement here
Jennifer Keeton says Augusta State University in Georgia has told her to deny her Christian beliefs (photo from the Washington Times)