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2020, full of hope, Beto O’rourke, a CNN town hall, says that any institution that denied the fundamental rights of Americans should not tax benefits received.
The democratic presidential candidate Beto O’rourke says, he would be freed-strip churches of tax, if you don’t support same-sex marriage.
As the former Texas Congressman was asked whether religious institutions — “universities, churches, charities” should be removed from tax liability on Thursday evening, CNN anchor Don Lemon during the LGBTQ town hall freed, he immediately replied, “Yes.”
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The crowd broke into applause, before O’rourke will be explained.
“There is no reward, no benefit, no tax relief for everyone or every institution, every organization in America, denies the full human rights and full civil rights of each of us,” he said. “As President, we will make that a priority, and we will cease to violate those human rights of our fellow citizens.”
To keep Track of in O’rourke’s “Plan for equality for LGBTQ+ people, and to Ensure that they Can live Openly, Without fear of discrimination or violence,” he lists the reverse of the Trump administration’s “attempt to expand religious exemptions to allow discrimination or harm others.”
He adds: “freedom of religion is a fundamental right, but it should not be used, to distinguish.”
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Matt Lewis, CNN political commentator, tweeted that “This is not going to help you win the electoral college. If you’re wondering why so many Christians are willing to hold their nose and support someone as awful as Donald Trump explains it.”
President Trump has to win for religious freedom, largely to the Evangelical vote in 2016, and earlier this year, his government is a global effort for the decriminalisation of homosexuality started.