Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) explains that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has not been strangled because he wants to overturn same-sex marriage. did.
Schumer said on the Senate floor:
As many have said openly, they are now paying attention to the Oberfell v. Hodge trial and marriage equality.
A few days ago, a junior senator in Texas said the Supreme Court’s decision to protect marriage equality was “clearly wrong,” arguing that the party legislature should decide who can or cannot get married. did. Other MAGA Republicans are doing the same.
We need to pause and think about how hingeless and hingeless this idea really is.
MAGA Republicans, who have just abolished the rights of all women in the country, want to reopen the door to discrimination and hatred targeting same-sex couples. Even one of the Supreme Court judges, in his opinion, said that gay marriage should be reconsidered by the court.
This is the future that MAGA Republicans want. It is a place where women and same-sex couples are branded as second-class citizens. If they succeed, they may not be able to take our country to the dark road and return from it, but we will fight it with teeth and nails. All Americans should disagree with these MAGA Republican views.
Republicans aren’t upset. Republicans have a majority of the radical Supreme Courts they have always dreamed of. And now they are bold in pursuing a radical far-right agenda that is far from the rest of the country.
Cruz has established himself as a conservative cultural war general as he runs for the 2024 election with a Republican presidential nomination. Senator Cruz will be even more radical in the coming months.
Ted Cruz has no hinges and Republicans have no hinges. If voters fall to their facade about inflation, they will find themselves trapped in a horrifying chain of policies that they fundamentally disagree with.
Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also the White House press pool and Parliamentary correspondent for Politicus USA. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, which specializes in the social reform movement.
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