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TX Supreme Court Supports Citizens against LGBT Mayor’s Tyranny

Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.

The Texas Supreme Court slaps the Mayor of Houston, saying that she and her staff committed an error when they would not allow the people to vote on the repeal of this homosexual policy.

Mat Staver: Matt, this is a good decision from the Texas Supreme Court, they have slapped the mayor, who’s an open lesbian at the city of Houston where she and her city council attorney did not allow the issue to go to the ballot even though there were enough signatures to allow the issue to go to the ballot, to repeal this homosexual policy. This very radical homosexual policy that she and her staff endorsed.

Now the Texas Supreme Court said she was wrong, and the city attorney was wrong, and that they should allow this to go to a vote. They need to do one of two things: either the city council needs to meet and repeal the policy or they need to put it on the ballot this coming November where the people can vote to repeal that policy.

Matt Barber: Mat, as they say, don’t mess with Texas. People may recall the scandal that broke several months ago about all this. The background here…the city secretary, the bathroom drive, this radical leftist bathroom bill which would allow men in miniskirts into the showers  and locker rooms of your wives and daughters in Houston, Texas.

There was a petition, a number of pastors got together and they had for more, like three or four times the number of signatures that they needed to get this on the ballot to vote to repeal this radical sexual anarchist policy. Anna Russell, who is the city secretary, went through and affirmed the signatures…a handful of them were thrown out.

Well, in steps mayor Annise Parker with her attorney for hire, David Feldman, and they just went in and arbitrarily just tossed out just the number, coincidentally, of signatures needed to keep it off the ballot. They were sued in court. It went all the way to the Texas Supreme Court.

The Texas Supreme Court has called them out on their corruption!


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