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An anti-trans "bathroom bill" passed in North Carolina is churning up something of a national outcry. And now it seems the anti-LGBT Liberty Counsel, which defended Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, is ready to step into the mix and defend the state.
In the wake of efforts to soften its stance on LGBT people, the Southern Baptist Convention has surprisingly named representatives from the anti-LGBT hate groups Liberty Counsel and Family Research Council to one of its committees.
Last weekend, the anti-LGBT hate group Liberty Counsel held its annual conference, The Awakening, to provide a platform for anti-LGBT and anti-Muslim voices.But the event was much more than that –– at times, it seemed a call to battle. “The war wages. We cannot stand idly by,” the Counsel said in promotional materials. And true to form, the panel of speakers formed an angry chorus.
A hate group with international reach and a talent for couching its anti-LGBT agenda in respectful-sounding terms convened in Salt Lake City during the last week of October, bringing together a raft of right-wing heavy-hitters to talk about “[t]he value of life in all its stages and conditions.”
The hardline groups promoting ‘religious freedom restoration acts’ to justify anti-gay discrimination.
Anti-LGBT Liberty Counsel to represent anti-abortion activist indicted in Planned Parenthood video investigation
Once again, LGBT-friendly community attracts violence from the outside.