The Family Research Council is reminding Americans of what the “Left” would impose on Christians and “others who oppose their radical agenda” if they succeed in returning to power in Washington.
It was revealed in Joe Biden’s recent comment – made recently to an LGBT event.
He claimed, “These forces of intolerance remain determined to undermine and roll back the progress you all have made … They are a small percentage of the American people – virulent people – some of them the dregs of society.”
“Biden’s insults are revealing about the hostility that conservative, Christian citizens and others who oppose their radical agenda will be subjected to if the Left succeeds in their goal to reclaim power here in Washington and in state capitols around the nation,” the Washington-based FRC explained.
The commentary said it was only two years ago when Hillary Clinton “grabbed headlines” with her “infamous” comments about conservatives.
“You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right?” she stated. “The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic – you name it. And unfortunately, there are people like that. And he has lifted them up.”
“Losing an election apparently didn’t change their view about those who stand ‘irredeemable’ – a view that is in stark contrast to what Christians believe about the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. But the Clinton/Biden view of their fellow Americans shouldn’t be a surprise,” FRC explained.
“You may also recall internal Clinton campaign emails mocking evangelicals and Catholics as ‘backwards.’ Even more disturbing, were the Obama/Clinton policies that marginalized millions of Americans like the Little Sisters of the Poor who simply wanted to live their lives according to their faith.
“The full court press against faith in the public square included the subtle but substantive redefinition of religious freedom to the ‘freedom of worship.’ But nowhere in Scripture does it say faith is to be contained within the four walls of a house of worship. Doing so would reduce church to nothing more than a glorified social club.
“The Constitution’s First Amendment certainly doesn’t adopt this narrow view. It protects something much broader: the freedom to hold the religious beliefs of one’s choice and to live out those beliefs, which is also known as religious freedom,” the group said.