The speech of Taylor Swift at the MTV VMA’s, where she is in the White House is calling for you to respond to her petition before the Equality Act, will also be in Washington to be heard. Persofficier Judd Deere responded on Tuesday to the words of the singer.
“The government, He is totally opposed to discrimination in any form and strongly supports the principle of equal treatment of all. However, the Equality Act is a law that was passed in its present form it does, and it undermines parental rights,” said Deere.
Taylor has been hard for the equal rights of the LGBTQ community, and was awarded a half-a-million signatures of people who, in her petition for support.
According to the singer, that was up to five times more than is normally required to get a response out of Washington to get it.
The Equality Act is a law has been approved by the U.s. House, dominated by the Democratic party. The law, however, was never in the Republican-dominated Senate nominee, and, if it is in the White House, is that not going to happen.
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