2.1.23 – Campaign for Working Families

“Trump’s Strong LGBTQ Statement – Will Not Back Down”

By Gary Bauer

A young boy in blue shirt holding his arms out.

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I know conservatives, Christians, and many good people are divided over the best person to nominate for president. And, of course, winning the nomination isn’t the only battle. You also have to win the election with someone who has the courage to do the things that must be done.

Donald Trump demonstrated that quality yet again yesterday, and once he makes a decision, he doesn’t back down. Trump issued a very powerful statement condemning the radical transgender agenda in no uncertain terms. He said:

“No serious country should be telling its children that they were born with the wrong gender. . . Under my leadership this madness will end.”

Trump also offered several very specific policy proposals. He said he will ban hospitals and doctors that perform gender mutilating surgeries on children from receiving federal funds under Medicare and Medicaid.

He will order the Justice Department to investigate whether Big Pharma is hiding information about the long-term negative effects of puberty blockers and other powerful chemical treatments.

Trump vowed to keep men out of women’s sports, and said that his Department of Education would celebrate the traditional family, the important roles of mothers and fathers, and our gender differences, rather than trying to erase those differences.

And when Donald Trump makes promises, he keeps them.

He did it on the life issue.

He said he would appoint pro-life judges, and he appointed three pro-life justices to the Supreme Court who overturned Roe v. Wade.

George W. Bush didn’t accomplish that, and I seriously doubt that Mitt Romney or Jeb Bush would have.

And he [Trump] kept other promises that plenty of politicians before him made and broke, like moving the American embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, restructuring trade policies and enforcing our immigration laws.

Here’s something else I can tell you about Donald Trump:

More Christians and Jews regularly went to the White House to pray with him than any other president in modern history. I am absolutely convinced of that. And it happened just the other day as Trump and a young lady prayed together in South Carolina.

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