35 major organizations, from the AFL-CIO to theÂ United Food and Commercial Workers Union, from Â HRC and GLAAD to the ACLU and theÂ National Center for Lesbian Rights, all voiced support for President Obama’s support of same-sex marriage on Wednesday.
Here are the statements, via the White House blog:
â€œWorking people believe in equality and fairness and thatâ€™s why we are happy to stand with millions of Americans and with President Obama in supporting marriage equality.
â€œLGBT working people face numerous inequities in the workplace and in society as they struggle to care for their families. Civil unions do not guarantee the 1,138 rights, benefits and responsibilities that are triggered by the word “marriageâ€ under federal law.
â€œMost important, we should respect and honor our friends, neighbors, and family members who want to take care of their families and their loved ones â€“ whatever their sexual orientation. We are proud to come together for a more just America.â€
â€œPresident Obamaâ€™s announcement today recognizes a fundamental American right â€“ that every citizen is entitled to respect and dignity, and the equal protection of our laws.Â For too long, lesbian and gay Americans have been denied the right to marry the person they love, raise a family and live as equal citizens in our country. They are denied access to pension benefits, Social Security survivor benefits, family health and bereavement leave and family immigration rights.Â That discrimination harms all of us, not just LGBT Americans.Â We have an obligation to work to overturn unjust laws and amendments to state constitutions that codify prejudice and promote discrimination against fellow citizens.Â The President deserves praise for recognizing that this issue is about equality under the law and the right of all Americans to live their lives free from discrimination.â€
â€œPresident Obama is doing the right thing and showing leadership by recognizing that lesbians and gays should be treated as equal citizens.Â The freedom to marry whomever we love and want to share our life with is fundamental to who we are and what we stand for as a country. The fight for fairness and equal treatment under the law for all Americans took a critical step forward today.â€
â€œAmerica’s greatness has been based in large part on our continual journey toward equality. President Obama’s action today on marriage equality continues that journey. I am proud to lead an organization that has, from our founding, stood firm against discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, physical disability or sexual orientation. The fight for civil rights not only in the workforce but also in every aspect of American life, is ongoing. Every American is entitled to equal shares of equality, liberty and happiness.â€
â€œPresident Obamaâ€™s words today will be celebrated by generations to come. For the millions of young gay and lesbian Americans across this nation, President Obamaâ€™s words provide genuine hope that they will be the first generation to grow up with the freedom to fully pursue the American dream. Marriageâ€”the promise of love, companionship, and familyâ€”is basic to the pursuit of that dream. Our Constitutionâ€™s promise, the promise of liberty, is one that every generation must realize. As President Obama recognized today, the fight to secure marriage equality is the defining element of our generationâ€™s search for greater freedom.â€
â€œWe strongly welcome the Presidentâ€™s endorsement of same-sex marriage equality.Â It is a significant and historic step forward in the pursuit of equal opportunity, individual liberty and freedom from discrimination, and underscores the fact that no American should be denied access to the benefits of civil marriage because of his or her sexual orientation.Â All citizens should be entitled to the same rights, protections and benefits.â€
â€œWe applaud the president’s decision as it is another large step toward realizing this country’s promise of equality. Indeed, President Obama today helped bend the arc of history toward justice. And his stance will be remembered as such.â€
â€œPresident Obama made history today when he came out in full support of marriage rights for gay couples. Many Americans have thought about this issue and, like the president, have reconsidered their feelings about it. His journey is our journey.â€
â€œThe Communications Workers of America stands with the President and those who support equality and human rights.Â We oppose all discrimination and recognize the direct linkage between civil and workersâ€™ rights, and the attempts to divide Americans based on these issues.
Nearly ten years ago, CWA convention delegates called for full and equal rights including civil marriage, pointing out that far too many benefits and protections of civil marriage are denied to people on the basis of sexual orientation.Â These often include health care and survivor benefits as well as other legal rights for partners.Â Itâ€™s time to move forward. â€œ
â€œThis is a watershed moment for marriage equality – the discussion will never be the same.Â The President has taken a courageous position that will go down in history as the moment when the tide changed. The American public is moving rapidly in the direction of supporting marriage equality and the President, along with the others in his Administration, is taking his rightful place as a leader on this issue.â€
â€œWe are thrilled by President Obama’s declaration of support for marriage equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Americans.Â The President now joins the majority of New Yorkers and Americans who believe that all committed and loving couples should have the opportunity to enjoy the protections that marriage offers to them and their families.â€
â€œThis is a historic day for families everywhereâ€¦ His support for our fundamental equality cannot be overstated.â€
â€œWe have long understood, deep in our hearts, that love makes a family, but there is no disputing that marriage strengthens it.Â For more than 30 years, a generation of parents has focused on raising their children to love their country, support their friends and neighbors and treat all people with respect.Â They have given these values to their children, but have been unable to provide them with simple legal and economic protections that other married couples count on for their kids.â€
â€œToday, President Obama added his voice to the growing chorus of Americans who believe that all loving and committed couples should share equally in the freedom to marry. Like so many others who have made this journey â€“ from Bill Clinton to Laura Bush, most recently Vice President Biden, and a majority of the American people â€“ President Obama has come to know loving and committed gay couples.Â Through thought and conversation about these families and their dreams and challenges, President Obama has reflected on his own values of fairness and respect for others, and completed his journey to support for the freedom to marry. He now becomes the first sitting President to join the majority of Americans whose hearts have opened and minds have changed in favor of the freedom to marry.
â€œPresident Obama has traveled a road that many Americans have traveled in recent years. Gay and lesbian couples have the same love and make the same commitment as all couples, and deserve the same recognition as full citizens. Our countryâ€™s history is one of expanding the circle of constitutional rights and protections to include more citizens, and our nation is always the better for it.â€
â€œThe arc of history today bent a little closer to equality for every American.Â After hearing the stories of countless couples and families, President Obama has drawn the same conclusion shared across party lines and by a majority of Americans today: everyone deserves the opportunity to marry the person they love. As our nation draws closer to a more perfect union in which every person is created equal, we are left deeply encouraged by this truly watershed moment.â€
â€œHadassah commends President Obama for taking an important step today in showing his commitment to and respect for the LGBT community.Â Hadassah has long supported LGBT rights, and we firmly believe that it is the governmentâ€™s responsibility to ensure that all Americans are treated equally and have equal access to the same rights.Â Hadassah is committed to the preservation of rights for all people and vigorously condemns discrimination of any kind.Â As Zionists, Hadassah members understand the dangers of bigotry. â€¦
â€œWe look forward to continuing to work with the President as he expands civil rights for all Americans.â€
â€œToday, President Obama made history by boldly stating that gay and lesbian Americans should be fully and equally part of the fabric of American society and that our families deserve nothing less than the equal respect and recognition that comes through marriage.
â€œHis presidency has shown that our nation can move beyond its shameful history of discrimination and injustice. In him, millions of young Americans have seen that their futures will not be limited by what makes them different. In supporting marriage equality, President Obama extends that message of hope to a generation of young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, helping them understand that they too can be who they are and flourish as part of the American community. And his words remind gay and lesbian families across the country, who, like their neighbors, struggle to afford healthcare and college for their kids, pay their taxes and plan for retirement â€“but with the added burden of discriminationâ€” that they do not face those challenges alone and unheard.
â€œAmericans fundamentally believe in fairness, but many, like the President, have struggled to reconcile that core belief and the question of marriage equality. The Presidentâ€™s words will no doubt inspire thousands more conversations around kitchen tables and in church pews.Â We are confident that our nation will continue to move inexorably toward equality and we thank the President for so boldly leading us in that direction.â€
â€œPresident Obamaâ€™s affirmation of the right to same gender marriage today is an important and historic moment in the life of the nation.Â His statement shows that he understands his role is to protect Constitutional principles over sectarian ideology.â€
â€œWe welcome the news that President Obama understands the importance of equality for all people in this country and we are excited that he joins the majority of Americans in supporting the freedom to marry.â€
â€œAcross this country, people are reaching the conclusion that it is wrong to make it illegal to marry the person you loveâ€¦ This is a positive development in Americaâ€™s conversation on what marriage means and how the freedom to marry is intrinsic in our nationâ€™s dedication to the values of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
â€œThis fall, Minnesotans will have the opportunity to vote on a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would limit the freedom to marry for some couples. For months, weâ€™ve been having a conversation about what marriage means to us, and that conversation is happening in every part of our state. We know limiting that freedom is not in our stateâ€™s strong tradition of practicing the golden rule, of rejecting too much intrusion into our personal lives, and of not mixing religion and politics. There is not a bone in my conservative body that tells me that we should limit the freedom to marry for committed, same-sex couples.
â€œAs support for defeating this amendment grows across this state, I am as confident as ever that Minnesotans will defeat this freedom-limiting Amendment in November. President Obamaâ€™s announcement today is a welcome development in this ongoing conversation.â€
â€œThis is a giant step forward for civil rights, as the President openly acknowledged support for same-sex marriage.Â With this support, President Obama has liberated Americans who previously felt relegated to the shadows.Â It is our hope that this is a positive step toward helping all individuals in America feel included and that this level of compassion will set the tone for upcoming civil rights issues in the country, especially with regards to the immigration debate.â€
â€œIt is an honor to witness our President take such a strong stand in support of gay and lesbian couples across the country. This affirmation reinforces the Administrationâ€™s ongoing commitment to LGBT Americans and our families.â€
â€œPresident Obama has once again proven himself to be the strongest and most principled supporter of full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people ever to occupy the Oval Office. As he has done on so many other issues facing our community, the President showed his great depth of compassion and respect for the struggles faced by same-sex couples and their families and his commitment to genuine equality and justice for all people. This is an unforgettable day in our nation’s history, and one that will bring enormous comfort and hope to millions of Americans.â€
â€œNCJW hails President Obamaâ€™s decision to express his personal support for same-sex marriage. NCJW has been a staunch supporter of marriage equality and we happily welcome the president to this fight for fundamental human rights at this important time. While setbacks such as the lamentable vote yesterday in North Carolina are unfortunate, we firmly believe that supporters of marriage equality are on the right side of history. NCJW is proud to work with the President of the United States to ensure that gays and lesbians are protected equally under the law and are treated with the dignity they deserve.â€
â€œNCLR applauds President Obama for his historic remarks expressing support for marriage equality.Â This issue is about doing the right thing and being on the right side of history.Â Ensuring fairness and equality while protecting people from discrimination is at the heart of NCLR’s mission.â€
â€œLike other Americans, Latinos have shifted their views on LGBT issues in recent years.Â Acceptance and support for loving couples to have the right to marry is now shared by a majority of Latinos.
â€œWe celebrate this historic moment with our allies in the LGBT community and with the millions of LGBT Latinos across the nation, and we look forward to working together to advance equal rights for all in the days ahead.â€
â€œIt is historic and groundbreaking for the President of the United States to state that committed LGBT couples deserve the right to marry.Â Along with equal access to employment, marriage equality is fundamental to the health and well being of all Americans.Â This is another important step in the movement towards progress and equality for our community.â€
â€œToday, we thank our President for acknowledging that we deserve the full benefits of citizenship, including marriage. We are grateful for his leadership and courage on this issue.Â Those of us in military service are always conscious of the tremendous sacrifices that our partners make to support us, and we look forward to the day when that will be reflected in the support that our country gives them.â€
â€œToday, history was made. President Barack Obama took an historic step as the first American president in office to recognize the importance of the freedom to marry for ALL couples. He joins a majority of Americans who believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to create a loving, lasting and legal partnershipâ€”marriageâ€”with the person they love, regardless of sexual orientation.
â€œThe President now understands what PFLAG has said for 40 years: that there is power in sharing personal stories and that, when we do, hearts and minds can truly change as we realize our shared values of love and commitment. He has sent an important message to LGBT people, their parents, families, friends, and allies: that they are accepted for all that they are, that their enduring, loving relationships are the same as all others.
â€œFor all of us at PFLAG who believe in the power of love and acceptance, the message the president sends to our LGBT children is loud and clear: You are loved. You are accepted. You are equal.
â€œWe thank President Obama and welcome him to the PFLAG family.â€
â€œTodayâ€™s announcement marks a proud day for our country and for the President. For those of us who have been working towards marriage equality for many years, the impact of having the support of the President of the United States is incredibly powerful. As President Obama made clear in his comments today, marriage equality for all people is an idea whose time has come. Despite setbacks like the results from North Carolina last night, itâ€™s more obvious than ever that the momentum is on our side.
â€œIn recent years, more and more Americans have come to understand that preventing loving same-sex couples from getting married causes real harm to the people they care about. In families and communities across the country, Americans are coming to the same conclusion as the President: when two people make a public commitment to love and care for each other, thatâ€™s a marriage no matter what the gender of the people involved.â€
â€œEarlier today, President Obama joined a host of faith, civil rights, business and political leaders that have publicly voiced their support of marriage equality. The presidentâ€™s support comes at a critical moment as the rights of LGBT people are under legislative attack in Minnesota, New Jersey, North Carolina and elsewhere. The president understands what we do â€“ marriage equality is about family, community, love and justice.
â€œAcross this country, right-wing Republican politicians are seeking to divide us with attacks on immigrants, the middle class, womenâ€™s health, the environment and the LGBT community – but the growing numbers of Americans who believe in marriage equality reminds us that we cannot live up to our promise as a nation until we extend equal rights to all.
â€œTo those who have chosen to stand on the wrong side of history, we say this: There is growing momentum for equality in this country. And with each American that believes in equality, we are reminded that the continued dream of equality is our birthright, our heritage and our promise.
â€œFor anyone who counts equality among the basic tenets of a free and just America, Pres. Obama’s announcement today is a victory.â€
“This is a great day for gay and lesbian service members, who are living with the daily reality that while they are now able to serve openly, they and their families are treated as second-class citizens under laws like the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).Â Certainly, the President’s leadership in repealing ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ laid the foundation for his reaching this positive outcome. We welcome the President’s support for marriage and will work with him to repeal DOMA and all laws that undermine equality and treat our service members unfairly.”
“The Sierra Club applauds the courage and conviction President Barack Obama displayed today in supporting the basic human right of same sex couples to marry. Our 1.4 million members and supporters include people of every sexual orientation, and they are all as entitled to marry the person they chose as they are to the clean air, water, and beautiful landscapes they fight to protect.”
â€œWe salute the President for his announcement today in support of marriage for gay and lesbian couples.Â This is an historic moment for the nation for which we express our deepest appreciation to the President.â€
â€œToday, President Barack Obama set himself apart as a role model for all Americans to support the freedom to marry, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Validating that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are fully and equally deserving of love and the commitment of marriage sends a message to vulnerable youth that they have value and can dream for the future.
â€œAt The Trevor Project, we know that family, community and religious acceptance all play a very strong role in the safety and well-being of LGBTQ young people. Thank you, Mr. President for speaking out as an accepting ally.â€
â€œPresident Obamaâ€™s announcement today that he supports the right of same sex couples to marry is a courageous step forward in the direction of justice and equality for all Americans. I applaud the Presidentâ€™s decision to declare his support for the freedom to marry for all loving couples. Like many Americans, President Obama says his position on this issue has evolved over the years, and today it seems clear that the arc of the universe is bending toward justice.
â€œThe Unitarian Universalist Association called for the freedom to marry for same-sex couples in 1996. Unitarian Universalists will continue to stand on the side of love for marriage equality until the freedom to marry belongs to all.â€
â€œMarriage equality is an economic justice issue, and a social justice issue â€“ and that makes it a union issue. In the UFCW, we have a long, proud history of standing up for fair and equal treatment for all workers â€“ regardless of what they look like, where they come from, what language they speak, or who they love. These values are heartfelt. We work every day to fight discrimination and unfair treatment against LGBT people on the job. Thatâ€™s why our union is a strong supporter of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) which would ensure justice in the workplace for LGBT workers. UFCW members have been negotiating equal health care coverage for same-sex couples into their union contracts all over the country for years. Itâ€™s the right thing to do, and the fair thing to do. Iâ€™m proud that the UFCWâ€™s advocacy on behalf of families includes all families.â€
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Watch: Nazis and Proud Boys Clash With Anti-Fascists Outside Texas Church Hosting Drag Queen Bingo
Authorities from the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Harris County Sheriff’s Department responded to an anti-LGBTQ protest outside a Texas church on Saturday.
“First Christian Church Katy is hosting a drag bingo fundraiser benefiting the ministry’s Transparent Closet, a free boutique aimed at helping young people in the LGBTQ community in the largely conservative west Houston suburb,” Jay R. Jordan reported for Axios on Friday. “Protect Texas Kids, led by North Texas’ self-described “Christian fascist” Kelly Neidert, plans to protest outside the church, according to a Facebook event from the group.”
The report noted anti-fascist activists were planning a counterprotest.
“Neidert’s protests have drawn support from neo-Nazis and other anti-LGBTQ groups,” Axios reported. “Men in Nazi regalia and alleged Proud Boys wearing Buc-ee’s masks joined Neidert’s protest outside a drag brunch at Hamburger Mary’s downtown in July.”
On Saturday, Jordan posted a video clip from the scene.
“Proud Boys and Kelly Neidert’s Protect Texas Kids are in Katy, Texas, protesting a drag bingo fundraiser at First Christian Church. PB and Houston antifascists just clashed. Heavy police presence dividing the two groups now,” he reported.
He noted “Houston’s Nazis” had arrived and police formed a line between the two sides.
“The group of Nazis appear to be leaving the protest, sporting for the first time today a flag with a swastika. Proud Boys and Patriot Front have also left,” he reported.
Proud Boys and Kelly Neidert’s Protect Texas Kids are in Katy, Texas, protesting a drag bingo fundraiser at First Christian Church. PB and Houston antifascists just clashed. Heavy police presence dividing the two groups now pic.twitter.com/5p4EgD88mT
— Jay R. Jordan (@jayrjordan) September 24, 2022
Houston’s Nazis are here pic.twitter.com/2Rn2zUxfFj
— Jay R. Jordan (@jayrjordan) September 24, 2022
The group of Nazis appear to be leaving the protest, sporting for the first time today a flag with a swastika. Proud Boys and Patriot Front have also left pic.twitter.com/hJFBhgPAC6
— Jay R. Jordan (@jayrjordan) September 25, 2022
Image: Proud Boys in Washington, D.C. (Johnny Silvercloud / Shutterstock.com)
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On Friday, 60 Minutes revealed that Denver Riggleman, a key staffer for the House Select Committee on January 6, discovered the White House switchboard patched through to the phone of a Capitol rioter — while the attack was in progress.
“Riggleman, an ex-military intelligence officer and former Republican congressman from Virginia, oversaw a data-driven operation for the January 6 committee, pursuing phone records and other digital clues tied to the attack on the Capitol. He stopped working for the committee in April,” reported Keith Zubrow.
“You get a real ‘a-ha’ moment when you see that the White House switchboard had connected to a rioter’s phone while it’s happening,” said Riggleman to 60 Minutes’ Bill Whitaker. “That’s a big, pretty big ‘a-ha’ moment.”
He added that “I only know one end of that call. I don’t know the White House end, which I believe is more important. But the thing is the American people need to know that there are link connections that need to be explored more.”
This comes after a series of damning revelations about the involvement and support of former President Donald Trump in encouraging the people storming the Capitol.
One of the biggest allegations to come out of the public hearings by the select committee was the claim by former White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson that Trump demanded the rioters be allowed onto the premises because “they’re not here to hurt me” — and that he lunged at his security detail in the car after they refused to take him to the Capitol to join the attackers.
Watch: Torba Warns GOP to Not ‘Disavow or Condemn Us’ Because ‘Christian Nationalists Are the Republican Party’
Far right wing extremist, Christian nationalist, antisemite Andrew Torba, the founder of Gab, the social media platform that is popular with white supremacists, is telling the Republican Party that “80 percent” of its base is Christian nationalists, and warns them to not “condemn” or “disavow” them.
Torba has ties to far right Christian nationalist Doug Mastriano, the Republican party’s nominee for governor of Pennsylvania. Torba has also “endorsed” Arizona GOP secretary of state nominee Mark Finchem, an election-denier and member of the far-right antigovernment group Oath Keepers, and election-denying Arizona GOP state Senator Wendy Rogers.
“We have the numbers, we are the majority. And we are done being the footstool. We are going to wake up the body of Christ in this country. And we’re going to do something about you castrating our children, about you sexually indoctrinating them in the schools, about, you know, taking over our culture and taking over our government and sending all of our money to foreign countries and allowing our border to be invaded,” he says in video published by Right Wing Watch.
Gab is home to QAnon and “great replacement” conspiracy theorists, Trump supporters, MAGA and ultra MAGA extremists, white Christian nationalists, white supremacists, antisemites, and anti-LGBTQ extremists.
“We’re done,” Torba continues in his rant.
“We’re done with it, and we’re going to step up and we’re going to rebuild this fallen and corrupt society from scratch, just as Christians have done many times before. And yes, we absolutely are going to get involved in public discourse and in politics, and you’re not going to shut us up,” Torba declared.
“And it’s a message to the Republican party too that they are not to disavow us,” he warned. “They are not to condemn us, because we are 80% of the Republican Party. Christian nationalists are the Republican Party, and they’re going to start doing the will of God,” he says, appearing to order the Republican Party to meet his demands.
“And they’re going to start, you know, supporting biblical policies, and they’re going to start, you know, fighting back against this and not being complacent or they’re going to get out of the way and we’re going to go in there and we’re going to do it ourselves. Those are their two choices.”
Torba has appeared on Tony Perkins’ Washington Watch show. Perkins is the longtime head of the Family Research Council, which appears on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of anti-LGBTQ hate groups.
Last week Jewish Insider reported on an “obscure new book calling for the construction of ‘a parallel Christian society’ to replace ‘the failed secular state'” that seemed to be “performing surprisingly well on Amazon.”
That book, Christian Nationalism: A Biblical Guide for Taking Dominion and Discipling Nations, was written by Torba.
Last month the House Committee on Oversight sent Torba a letter “regarding your company’s response to the surge of online threats against law enforcement following the execution of a court-authorized search warrant by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club.”
“We are concerned that reckless statements by the former President and Republican Members of Congress have unleashed a flood of violent threats on social media that have already led to at least one death and pose a danger to law enforcement officers across the United States. We urge you to take immediate action to address any threats of violence against law enforcement that appear on your company’s platforms,” the letter reads.
But that letter also said, “On August 15, a Pennsylvania man was arrested and charged with making threats of violence against FBI personnel. He wrote on the social media platform Gab, ‘If You Work For The FBI Then You Deserve To Die.’ He also wrote, ‘Every single piece of shit who works for the FBI in any capacity, from the director down to the janitor who cleans their fucking toilets deserves to die. You’ve declared war on us and now it’s open season on YOU.'”
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Christian nationalist Andrew Torba has a warning to the GOP: “[You] are not to disavow us, [you] are not to condemn us, because we are 80 percent of the Republican Party. Christians nationalists *are* the Republican Party, and they’re going to start doing the will of God.” pic.twitter.com/XBW7AHapxB
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) September 23, 2022
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