The easiest way to anger a Democrat is to use common sense.
That is why Trump and his policies infuriate them so much.
And they are angrier than ever after Jeff Sessions did one thing.
Religious liberty is one of the fundamental values that America upholds more than anywhere else in the world.
It is enshrined specifically in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
But while it is a long-standing American value, it is one that the left vehemently opposes.
At every turn, they work to destroy it and punish Christians attempting to do nothing more than uphold their religious beliefs.
That’s why Donald Trump made religious liberty a key part of his priorities as president.
And he followed through on the priority, with Attorney General Jeff Sessions signing a memo promising to support employers making hiring decisions based on religion just last year.
But he wasn’t done with doing just that.
Just this week Attorney General Sessions announced the “Religious Liberty Task Force,” affirming his commitment to enforcing the guidelines outlined in the memo released last year.
The task force is designed to ensure that all Justice Department components are upholding the guidelines he released in order to ensure that all employees know the duties to accommodate people of faith.
This move is a welcomed change compared to the tone coming from the past administration.
While in the past, employers attempting to uphold their faith were caught in a situation where they knew that the president’s administration was stacked against them, they now know that the government is on their side.
There have been multiple recent cases of Christians being persecuted for their religious beliefs.
Perhaps the most prominent case came in Colorado, where a baker politely refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding.
Instead of simply going to another baker, the gay couple who was refused went after the baker, and the state sided with the couple over the man trying to uphold his religious convictions.
The baker faced years of legal problems where he was nearly forced to close down his small bakery.
But that was before Trump became president.
Upon getting into office, Trump was a welcomed change for those with strong religious convictions.
And just last month a Supreme Court decision proved that Trump being in office in order to nominate his own Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch, proved to tip the scales in the baker’s favor.
The Supreme Court ruled that the baker was in the right, and was not to be subject to prosecution.
But while the Supreme Court was able to save the day for the Christian baker, in this case, they can’t be there for everybody facing religious persecution.
That’s why the task force assembled by Jeff Sessions to protect religious liberty is so valuable and necessary.
In the future, Christians attempting to uphold their faith will know that the government is on their side, and ready to protect their First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
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