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n Nov. 8, parents all over the nation were voting out school board members who were either too evil or too gullible to protect children against the left’s perverse and pervasive sexualization. A week later, 12 Republican senators voted for legislation that would unleash the power of the federal government against them. Some of the senators — Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Sen. Susan Collins of Maine — were the usual suspects. Others blindsided their constituents, who wrongly believed that they would vote on the side of sanity.
Wyoming’s junior senator, Cynthia Lummis, was one of these. Even the Never Trumper Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Wyoming’s senior Sen. John Barrasso voted against bringing the outrageously named “Respect for Marriage Act” to the floor. They know gaslighting when they see it. How did Lummis miss the memo?
Was she not warned? Of course, she was. On July 26, one week after disgraced Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., joined with 220 Democrats to pass “An Act To Repeal the Defense of Marriage Act,” H.R. 8404, fourscore and three conservative groups — ranging from the Family Policy Alliance to Wyoming Catholic College — sent a joint letter to explain the harm this legislation would bring.
First, the act will tether federal law to the caprice of the most unhinged states in the union. Whatever a state says marriage is, the federal government would be obliged to act as though it were a sane definition. Temporary marriages? Yup. Incestuous marriages? Yup. Polygamy? Yup.
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