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DC Black Leaders Distinguish Between Civil Rights and LGBT Agenda

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Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and Holly Meade, and BarbWire.com Founder Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.


Black leaders meet in Washington, D.C., and their message is, number one, declining to bake a cake is not discrimination. It’s not the same as racism. And number two, stop equating the LGBT agenda with civil rights!

We’re going to be talking about it on Faith and Freedom. I’m Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel, joining me is Matt Barber, the Founder of BarbWire.com, and Holly Meade, the Director of Communications for Liberty Counsel.

Mat Staver: You know, a group of black leaders including Jonathan Alexandre, our Director of Public Policy in our Washington, D.C. office, met together, held a press conference, and the theme of it was “We’ve Got Your Back, Jack.” Speaking about Jack Phillips, the cake baker, the artist who is now going before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Oral arguments, Matt, are scheduled for December 5 of this year. And it’s a major case that pits compelled speech of the government forcing a message on an individual to support an LGBT — or in this case a same sex ceremony agenda. So it’s a big case that will have far-reaching impact…

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