SPECIAL & Event: Dr. Randy Short – Black Pastors Denounce Congressional Black Caucus and Denounce “Equality Act” As Going Too Far – National Press Club 5 February High Noon

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Scores of American religious leaders, pastors, pro-life/pro-family activists, professional counselors, and social scientists have named themselves the Gone Too Far Movement (GTFM) with the aim challenge the effort of the LGBTQ movement hijacking the Civil Rights laws that were made to correct historic injustices against Black Americans.  

The Equality Act H.R. 2282/S.B. 1006 was sponsored by Rep. David Cicillini (D-RI) and is co-sponsored  by Democratic Party leaders: Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD), Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA), John Lewis (D-GA),  Maxine Waters (D-CA), Rep. Al Green (D-TX), and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ). The GTFM members and a growing number of American citizens of various faith communities view the Equality Act H.R. 2282/into the Senate.S.B. 1006 as a dangerous, irresponsible, outlandish, morally perverse, and socially deleterious legislative attempt to stymie religious freedom, to cheapen, demean, and defraud Blacks and women of Civil Rights protections based on the  immutability of sex and race by the inclusion radical-LGBTQ language/lexicology into 59 existing federal laws and regulations, to create a legal precedent creating novel sexual identifications outside of the traditional genders of male and female, to potentially create numerous legal loopholes to allow for reverse discrimination, to potentially establish a legal protections for previously illegal sexual practices and conduct, to create legal gridlock in the legal system, to undermine order and profitability of businesses, and creates a clear and present danger to eliminate religious liberties, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and freedom of belief.  

The GTFM will issue a Proclamation of Faith calling all American people of faith to oppose the Equality Act, and they will issue a call for the Congressional Black Caucus to resign their offices in lieu of their virtual unanimous decision to co-sponsor this act that sullies the values and beliefs of African Americans and negates the immutability of their race in favor of advocating for special rights for affluent LGBTQ groups that have never experienced enslavement, Jim Crow segregation, nor have a particular ethnic, linguistic, religious, or racial identity.  GTFM organizers aim to initiate monthly activities to fight the Equality Act until the Bill is defeated, and look to national partners to repeat their efforts in states and cities throughout the United States.

The Gone Too Far Movement is bi-partisan, interracial, interfaith, and a nationwide collection of Americans who want to protect and preserve the family, freedom of belief, traditional values, and to counter the movement to legalize and normalize pedophilia and other socially reviled practices.

The Gone Too Far press conference will be held on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at 12 noon in the National Press Club located at 529 14th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20045. The conference is open to the members of the press and the general public, and all persons planning to attend are encouraged to RSVP due to limited space. RSVPs can be made via the Gone Too Far Press Conference event the Prayer for Repentance and Revival in America Worship Service on the evening of the February 5th at an African American church in Washington  please contact Dr. Randy Short, Political Director of Blakpac and Gone Too Far Coordinator/Press Liaison, at  wrandyshort@yahoo.com or call 202-710-4294.  

H.R.2282 — 115th Congress (2017-2018)

Sponsor: Rep. Cicilline, David N. [D-RI-1] (Introduced 05/02/2017)
Committees: House – Judiciary; Education and the Workforce; Financial Services; Oversight and Government Reform; House Administration
Latest Action: House – 06/02/2017 Referred to the Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice.  (All Actions)

Video of Pastors Denouncing Congressional Black Caucus Below.