Here’s The Republicans Who Voted For The Radical Equality Act

The Equality Act passed the House of Representatives 224-206, according to Town Hall.

Reps. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., John Katko, R-N.Y., and Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., voted with Democrats to pass the bill, effectively adding gender identity and sexual orientation to the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

The Equality Act takes away healthcare workers’ conscience protections regarding sex reassignment surgery, hormone treatment, and abortion, and would force taxpayers to fund abortions.

“This body being led by Democrats is trampling the rights of the people in the name of ‘equality,’ in the false name of ‘equality,’” Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas said. “Our federalist system allows us to agree to disagree, and we should be able to do that. But if this Democratic Congress, and if the Democratic leadership, and if this White House continues to trample the rights of the people of the United States, then it is they who will be destroying this Union.”

“We are going to keep fighting it in the courts and beyond, but most importantly, through free will as American citizens and our right to live free and to alter this government as necessary if they continue to trample our rights.”

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