WASHINGTON, D.C. – As Senator Thom Tillis (RINO-NC) launches his 2020 reelection campaign, trying to obscure his habits of holding the Left’s hand on amnesty and the like, one group giving him an award and raising him campaign funds for…”advocacy among their colleagues for legislation to advance equality under the law for LGBT Americans.”
The American Unity Fund, a pro-LGBT group, named Tillis and host of other liberal Republicans in congress as champions of their cause.
By ‘equality under the law for LGBT Americans’ they mean special treatment and privileges for, say transgender individuals, that afford them the ability to force others to participate in their delusions to the detriment of everyone else.
The ‘Equality Act’ is a progressive social justice bill that would insert gender identity into protected classes, meaning no one would legally be allowed to stop a man from using a girls’ restroom if he identified as a woman. The unintended (intended?) consequences of such legislation is clear, and many are warning against such a transformative change to the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Tillis, who is facing a significant primary challenge from Raleigh business man Garland Tucker, is currently conveniently cozying up to President Trump and accusing Tucker of lacking in his support for the president and his agenda.
This facade Tillis presents at campaign time stands in stark contrast to being lauded at a DC fundraiser for his pro-LGBT activism, though. Or being lauded by a big corporate interest group that seems more concerns with being ‘woke’ than advocating for the rights of business owners.
The former N.C. Speaker is quite unpopular among the Republican grassroots in the Old North State precisely because he pretends to be a conservative doer on the campaign trail, and then belittles the ‘Far Right,’ advances the Left’s social agenda, and governs in ways that earn him awards from social justice groups alongside the likes of Sen. Susan Collins (RINO-ME).
Do you think he’s tout this award and fundraising help from American Unity Fund while on the campaign trail? Will he come out and assure Republican voters he will not vote in favor of the Equality Act?
The Tucker campaign should be all over this as yet another example of Tillis’ charade.