21 Republican Congressmen Dance with Transgender Caucus
"21 Republican Congressmen and women became part of the Transgender Caucus by sponsoring and endorsing the elimination of women in sports, government, schools and all employment by formally supporting federal gay and transgender powers in federal law. These so-called Transgender Caucus Republicans should resign, or be primaried by pro-family conservatives, and Public Advocate formally sanctions them and petitions their reversal on this action as soon as possible, " says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
"Some of these members of Congress are long time RINOs who are retiring or leaving Congress like Adam Kinzinger, being challenged already like Fred Upton. The rest must be punished for their betrayal," said Delgaudio
The Fairness For All Act (FFAA), an all-Republican bill that would make sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) a federally protected class in return for certain "right to discriminate" carve-outs for dissenting religious institutions, was originally introduced in 2019 by Representative Chris Stewart of Utah. Stewart, whose district went for Donald Trump by 16 points in 2020 - up two from 14 points in 2016 - reintroduced the bill at the outset of the 2021 congressional session with the backing of such well-known Republicans as Elise Stefanik, Nancy Mace, and Burgess Owens. This is the full list of the FFAA's co-sponsors:
Chris Stewart (Utah) Fred Upton (Mich.) Elise Stefanik (N.Y.) John Curtis (Utah) Mark Amodei (Nev.) Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.) Adam Kinzinger (Ill.) Andrew Garbarino (N.Y.) Blake Moore (Utah) Burgess Owens (Utah) Carlos Gimenez (Fla.) Chris Jacobs (N.Y.) Claudia Tenney (N.Y.) Jeff Van Drew (N.J.) Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon(P.R.) Maria Salazar (Fla.) Mario Diaz-Balart(Fla.) Mike Simpson (Idaho) Nicole Malliotakis (N.Y.) Steve Stivers (Ohio) Tom Reed (N.Y.)