House passed Equality Act is an attack on Christians and women

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Harold Pease, Ph.D. Special to Anza Valley Outlook No act of Congress would affect negatively more Americans than the House of Representative’s recently passed Equality Act, 224 D-206 R, now slated for the U.S. Senate, then the president for his signature. Billed to ban discrimination against “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” it, instead, enshrines it into the 1964 Civil Rights Act potentially protecting pedophilia and pederasty under “sexual orientation.” Nothing in it is constitutional. It is the same bill passed by the Democrat controlled House 20 months ago but dropped because it would never pass the Republican-controlled Senate and had no chance of a signature by former President Donald Trump. Both of these conditions have changed since the November ele
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