NOM has made it clear that LGBT rights will be the first on the chopping block if Trump seeks their assistance.
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is beaming with pride at the announcement of Trump’s victory. And they are not holding back on things they will do to overturn eight years of LGBT progress.
Even with two months to go before the president-elect gets the keys to the White House, NOM has already started planning their course of action once the business mogul moves in.
In a congratulatory e-mail sent to their supporters, NOM, in no uncertain terms, made bullet points to everything they will work on to help the GOP candidate once he is sworn into office on January 20, 2017.
“Trump will now turn his attention to governing, and NOM is committed to working with him,” the email asserts. “We are confident that our voice and our views will be important in a Trump administration.”
NOM then goes on to list the many things they will do to ensure America gets back to faith-based politics and overturn LGBT rights:
- We will work with President Trump to nominate conservative justices to the U.S. Supreme Court, individuals who will adhere to the words and meaning of the constitution. Such justices will inevitably reverse the anti-constitutional ruling of the Supreme Court imposing same-sex 'marriage' on the nation in the Obergefell decision, because that decision lacked any basis in the constitution.
- We will work with President Trump to rescind the illegal, over-reaching executive orders and directives issued by President Obama, including his dangerous "gender identity" directives, attempting to redefine gender just as he sought to redefine marriage.
- We will work with President Trump to reverse policies of the Obama administration that seek to coerce other countries into accepting same-sex 'marriage' as a condition of receiving US assistance and aid. It is fundamentally wrong for a president to become a lobbyist for the LGBT agenda, and we are confident that will end in the Trump administration.
- We will work with President Trump and Congress to pass the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA), which Mr. Trump supports. FADA is critical legislation to protect people who believe in marriage from being targeted by the government for persecution.
NOM was formed in 2007 specifically to oppose same-sex marriage, gay adoption and transgender rights.
Brian S. Brown, President of NOM ends the message by reiterating the group's goals to restore faith-based legislation into the American fabric:
“We're excited about the future, and we are looking forward to work with the Trump administration to restore marriage, uphold gender, protect religious liberty and promote families.- Faithfully, Brian S. Brown.”