Public Advocate Supreme Court Amicus Brief defends Washington State Christian Pharmacy against anti-Christian Government
"Public Advocate has warned that Government will dictate the destruction of moral values as part of the homosexual rights agenda which requires an anti-Christian anti-moral assault on anyone who professes genuine moral values or values based on Godly virtue," says Eugene Delgaudio, "and so we once again will file an amicus brief and appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court in yet another case where a Christian business is being punished for having values"
Our Supreme Court brief defends a Christian-owned pharmacy from attack by the Washington State Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission due to that pharmacy's refusal to stock and sell abortifacient drugs. Although the Pharmacy Commission is a government agency, its steps were largely directed by Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest.
Our brief explains why the Washington Pharmacy Commission had no legitimate governmental basis for its rule narrowly designed to prevent pharmacies from acting on their moral and religious objections to stocking and dispensing certain types of pharmaceuticals.
Additionally, our brief demonstrates the real-world consequences of government taking sides in each political debate, so as to render unlawful any resistance to the agenda of a Secular Humanist state.
Click on this link for a copy of the 31 page brief:
Eugene Delgaudio said in a statement to his supporters nationwide:
"The culture war between Biblical Christianity and atheistic secularism is coming roaring back before the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that will be considered during the next few weeks.
The issue: whether Christians will be allowed to own health care businesses without compromising their religious principles...."
This case is titled Stormans v. Wiesman.
In this case the U.S. Supreme Court could decide whether Christian-owned pharmacies will be forced to become complicit in abortions by requiring them to stock and sell drugs which induce abortions at the explicit demand of Planned
Parenthood and other anti-family groups.
If we lose this case, the Christian pharmacy will lose its license and be forced out of business.
This is directly related to other legal cases in which the moral values of a Christian business owner is under
And, if we do lose this case, we could soon see the day where no Christian will be licensed in the health care field unless he agrees not just to accept abortion, but to participate in it.
Just as in so-called gay marriages where government requires endorsement by a business owner.
Indeed, we are fast moving to the point when no Christian can own a bakery or a photography shop unless he is willing to participate in the wedding celebrations of same sex marriage.
Public Advocate has defended local county clerks, students who are attacked, nurses who have been attacked, doctors who have been attacked, men and women in the U.S. military who have been attacked."
(End of Statement by Delgaudio)
The 31 page Brief states in part:
"By taking sides in the moral debate over Plan B
abortion-inducing drugs, the Washington Pharmacy
Commission has exceeded its jurisdiction in a matter
of faith and morals that, according to the principles of
the free exercise of religion, can only be rightfully
governed by reason and conviction."