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House Judiciary Committee Protects Child Predators

House Judiciary Committee Protects Child Predators
Punishes Most Church Leaders In USA

 

Public Advocate supporters and other pro-family groups stopped it for ten years. But now with a vote of 15 to 12, the House Judiciary committee sent to the full house the so-called Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009 (H.R. 1913) to the floor for a vote. Public Advocate has condemned the bill and calls it the Kennedy Thought Control Act.


The so-called hate crimes bill which goes soft on pedophiles was voted out of the House Judiciary Committee last week (along party lines). This pro-bizarre sexual orientation, anti-Christian speech bill is expected to be voted on by the full US House of Representatives this Wednesday, April 29th.


Only one major news group reports "The bill is similar to one that was passed by the House two years ago and has received criticism from those concerned that the legislation could be used to persecute Christians who do not approve of homosexual practices."

From there it will go to the full Senate. Public Advocate is delivering 100,000 petitions over the next few weeks to swing  Senators and Congressmen to show opposition to the bill and promise to publicize those who vote to criminalize Christian beliefs.

People for the American Way, an arm of the homosexual lobby, has attacked Public Advocate and its president Eugene Delgaudio in the past. PAW says the bill "protects free speech, and it protects religious liberty."

This is a falsehood. The bill punishes religious leaders and community leaders who speak out and condemn "perversion".

While at the same time allowing child molesters to define their "sexual orientation" as a protected right equivilent to the practice of religious virtue or moral values. The bill puts male stalkers who "crossdress" as a woman in the same class as a minority or potential woman victim herself.


The Judiciary Committee rejected a number of amendments offered by several congressman seeking to protect religious liberty, to protect the unborn, to protect against violence by illegal aliens and to clarify the bill’s meanings of "gender identity" and "sexual orientation." One of the rejected amendments, offered by Congressman Gohmert of Texas, sought to ensure that ministers could not be prosecuted for abetting a hate crime simply because they preach from the Bible.

Public Advocate has written most members of Congress and Senate with this testimony frequently stating: The so-called federal hate crimes bill does not treat all crime victims equally, it creates a special class system where select groups, such as gays and lesbians, are given greater priority in the criminal justice system.

In Public Advocate mailings, emails and press statements we state "In other nations and states, the adoption of hate crimes legislation has been the first step toward widespread suppression of speech and ideas critical of homosexuality."

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