Rep. Huelskamp: SCOTUS Has Bestowed Blessing On Plural Marriages After Gay Marriage Ruling


The Supreme Court of the United States' 5-4 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges is "utter nonsense" says Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS).

"By imposing their personal biases on all of America, these five attorneys have declared the votes of 50 Million Americans, including the 417,627 Kansans who voted to adopt my Marriage Protection Amendment, null and void," says Huelskamp.

The Marriage Protection Amendment states that marriage is strictly between one man and one woman.

With the majority opinion, Huelskamp believes that "these five judicial ‘ministers’ have not only bestowed their blessing on ‘homosexual marriages’ but, as Justice Roberts outlines, all plural unions."

The next phase in the marriage equality saga is religious liberties, says Huelskamp.

“Worse still, the opinion of these five lawyers clearly threatens the liberties of the tens of millions of individuals, businesses and churches who refuse to accept the radical edict from Washington. Those who support ‘homosexual marriage’ are already demanding that government intimidate and coerce us to accept this radical redefinition. This is not just about wedding photos, cakes, or venues – it is the fundamental First Amendment rights we all have as Americans to live as we believe."

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