‘Christians’ are celebrating Trump’s decision to attack trans servicemembers

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Three of America’s most notorious supposed “Christian” leaders are celebrating President Trump’s decision to ban transgender people from the military. While their supposed savior was best known for his radical inclusivity and teachings to love one another, these charlatans are celebrating discrimination in the name of their God.

Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council, a certified hate group:

“I applaud President Trump for keeping his promise to return to military priorities – and not continue the social experimentation of the Obama era that has crippled our nation’s military. The military can now focus its efforts on preparing to fight and win wars rather than being used to advance the Obama social agenda.

“The last thing we should be doing is diverting billions of dollars from mission-critical training to something as controversial as gender reassignment surgery. However, the cost to readiness, recruitment, retention, morale and cohesion would have been even greater under the Obama policy. As our nation faces serious national security threats, our troops shouldn’t be forced to endure hours of transgender ‘sensitivity’ classes and politically-correct distractions like this one.”

Micah Clark, Executive Director of the American Family Association of Indiana, an offshoot chapter of another hate group, the hate group American Family Association:

“President Donald Trump has stated in a Tweet that, after consulting with top military Generals, he will prohibit transgendered people from serving in the US military. This is the correct decision. The purpose of the military is to defend the US, not to be a test tube of liberal social experimentation. Those accepted into the military need to be mentally stable, mentally able, and mentally capable. A gender identity disorder is a mental disease that needs counseling, not camouflage.

“The far left and their allies in the media are going to flip out over this news. Homosexual activist demonstrators may well become violent. It would be a good time to lift up President Trump in prayer.”

Bryan Fischer, radio host for American Family Radio and former vice president of the American Family Association:

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