Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Dem. Rep. Smears MAGA Congresswoman for Defending Marriage

‘Want to see tears of hate?...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., showed his compassionate leftist side when he mocked Rep. Vicki Hartzler, R-Mo., who wept during a House floor speech as she pleaded with colleagues to stop the so-called Respect for Marriage Act, which purpose is to throttle religious liberties and destroy the concept of marriage.

Following Hartzler’s speech on Thursday, the spiteful leftist posted his mockery on Twitter, according to the Daily Wire.

“Want to see tears of hate?” he wrote. “Watch the speech below. This MAGA Republican is so hateful of other human beings experiencing the joys of marriage and love that she shed tears of hate.”

Hartzler’s speech provided strong support for the institution of marriage — a union between a man and a woman — urging House members to oppose the legislation for same-sex unions that are called “marriages.”

“I’ll tell you my priority. Protect religious liberty, protect people of faith, and protect Americans who believe in the true meaning of marriage,” Hartzler said.

“I hope and pray that my colleagues will find the courage to join me in opposing this misguided and this dangerous bill.”

The short video turned viral by getting more than 1.4 million views in less than an hour after it was posted.

“The House of Representatives passed the legislation on Thursday, 258-169, sending the bill to the president’s desk where it is expected to be signed into law,” the Daily Wire reported.

“The measure was supported primarily by Democrats, but 39 House Republicans joined in the measure,” the news outlet added.

“The bill repeals the Defense of Marriage Act that legally defined marriage as a union between one man and one woman and permitted individual states not to recognize same-sex marriages from other states.”

In addition to Lieu’s cowardly response that shows that he is man enough to only attack women on Twitter, he also posted his disdain for the majority of Republicans who opposed the so-called Respect for Marriage Act.

“The majority of House Republicans are on the wrong side of history,” he wrote.

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