Filing argues it’s not enough for homosexuals to have same access as heterosexuals
By Bob Unruh
Would Net Daily
January 30, 2017
“Gay”-rights advocates in North Carolina are in court to force every state magistrate to endorse “same-sex marriage” by performing ceremonies, even if it conflicts with their religious beliefs.
The demands in the Ansley v. Warren case in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals undermine the claim that the objective of same-sex duos is to have the same access to marriage as heterosexual couples.
It’s not enough to have the same access, the plaintiffs contend.
The “gay”-rights activists aim was profiled in a friend-of-the-court brief filed in the case, which had been dismissed by a trial judge. Liberty Council is seeking to intervene on behalf of the constitutional requirement that the state not burden faith, because “the attorney general will not vigorously defend the law.” Read the rest of this entry