FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OCTOBER 15, 2020
CONTACT: RYAN HITE, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
President Trump is keeping his promises; fake news won’t cover it.
Washington, D.C.: The right to freely express one’s religion is found in the First Amendment to our Constitution for a reason. Millions of Americans consider the free expression of their faith to be a fundamental right given to them by God. Candidate Donald Trump promised to be a fierce defender of religious freedom.
“Since taking office, President Trump has consistently made respect of religion a hallmark of his administration,” said Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. “He quickly signed an executive order in 2017 reversing course on the practice of attacking religious institutions engaged in political action. In 2020, he signed another executive order advancing international religious freedom. From the earliest days of COVID-19, Trump’s Justice Department stood with churches who were unfairly targeted by burdensome restrictions. His administration has done much more than make a token expression of support for religion. Donald Trump consistently makes it clear that the culture of his administration will be favorable to the free exercise of religious faith. Promise made, promise kept.”
President Donald Trump made many significant promises to the American people. During the first three and a half years of his administration he has delivered. The radical left hates this agenda and the Fake News won’t cover it, but voters need to be educated before they go to the polls in November.