Religious Liberty Order May Be Coming Down the Pike, Says Former Trump Advisor

"LGBT agenda will be unhinged."

A new religious liberty executive order protecting Christians from the onslaught of former community organizer Barack Obama's radical LGBT agenda may be in the works soon, says former Donald Trump advisor Ken Blackwell.

“My anticipation is that we will see an Executive Order and it will be more than window dressing,” Blackwell, senior fellow for Human Rights and Constitutional Governance at the Family Research Council, told LifeSiteNews, predicting that Obama's “aggressive LGBT agenda will be unhinged."

“We have a great plan to attack the administrative state,” he said. “We will have to be very meticulous in how we dismantle it.”

This will require a bold executive order on behalf of President Trump, and to his credit, he has largely kept his promises thus far, having signed bills to allow states to defund abortion conglomerate Planned Parenthood and having nominated pro-religious freedom justice Neil Gorsuch to SCOTUS.

Trump's biggest promise on religious liberty came during his campaign when he vowed to overturn the Johnson amendment that barred churches from making political endorsements for fear of losing tax exempt status, which would deal a death blow to anti-religious forces in the United States government.
 
Whatever Trump's plans for religious liberty, he certainly has not posed the same anti-Christian agenda that Hillary and the Democrats would have implemented, something for which all Christians should be thanking heaven.

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