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    16 Comments On Same Sex Marriages From Republicans That I Can't Believe I Am Reading In 2022

    I can't believe people still use the excuse of faith to deny basic human rights.

    The year is 2022. We pride ourselves on being woke human beings and believe that we know better than the previous generation's bigotry. Wait a minute, though! Read these comments made by Republicans on marriage equality. Maybe we aren't living in 2022 after all...

    157 Republicans just voted AGAINST codifying marriage equality for LGBTQ+ and interracial couples. In the year 2022. Republicans’ backward and extreme agenda cannot be our future.

    Twitter: @RepAdamSchiff

    1. When Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said that the Supreme Court has the duty to "correct the error" of legalizing same-sex marriages.

    Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas speaks at the Heritage Foundation

    2. When Sen. Marco Rubio said he wouldn't vote to codify same-sex marriage into law because it is a "non-issue" and a "stupid waste of time."

    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) walks to the Senate Republican Luncheon in the U.S. Capitol Building

    3. When Ben Shapiro tweeted that the "founders would have died laughing" about same-sex marriages.

    There is no Constitutional "right" for two men or two women to marry one another; the founders would have died laughing. There is no moral "right" to government approval for whatever sexual relationships you form. That doesn't mean a legal bar to such activity.

    Twitter: @benshapiro

    4. When Sen. John Cornyn of Texas called the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling an “edict.”

    Sen. John Cornyn of Texas

    5. When Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said that "nobody is taking away gay marriage rights" and that the Marriage Equality Bill is a "shiny object to rile up voters."

    I’m also voting NO on another pointless Democrat fear mongering bill. Just like gay marriage, no one is trying to take away contraceptives, and Dems are creating a fake W. These bills are shiny objects to rile up voters bc Dems are purposely destroying our country.

    Twitter: @RepMTG

    6. When Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana called the Marriage Equality Bill a "silly messaging bill."

    Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) speaks during the COVID Federal Response Hearing on Capitol Hill

    7. When Sen. Steve Daines said that "marriage should be between a man and a woman."

    Steve Daines speaking in a conference

    8. When cartoonist Pat Cross said that "same-sex marriage just won't fly."

    Twitter: @patcrosscartoon

    Conservative cartoonist Pat Cross is infamous for his homophobic and transphobic cartoons. Recently, his cartoon on marriage equality is going viral on the internet, and social media users aren't happy about it.

    9. When Roger Severino said that the Marriage Equality Bill is just radical activists “manufacturing a phantom crisis.”

    A photo of Roger Severino

    10. When Fox News anchor Tomi Lahren asked the LGBT community to stop "attacking traditional men and marriage at every turn."

    I just don’t get this ongoing and continual assault on masculinity by the Left. You can be a proud part of the LGBT community and movement without attacking traditional men and marriage at every turn.

    Twitter: @TomiLahren

    11. When South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said that she never supported same-sex marriages because of her faith.

    Noem walking and gasping

    12. When Sen. Ted Cruz said that the Supreme Court was "overreaching" when it legalized same-sex marriages nationwide.

    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, displays his cowboy boot

    13. When Sen. Mitt Romney's spokesperson said that he "believed that strong religious liberty protections are essential to any legislation" on LGBTQ+ equality.

    Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, is seen in the U.S. Capitol

    14. When Sen. John Thune said that marriage equality is an issue that Democrat politicians "have concocted because they would like to shift the issue."

    .@SenJohnThune on marriage equality: "I don't think it's an issue right now that anybody's talking about. I think this is an issue that Democrats have concocted because they would like to shift the subject from inflation and gas prices and the border."

    Twitter: @thehill

    15. When Sen. Josh Hawley said that the Supreme Court went "too far" and that "we should let the states decide."

    Josh Hawley's side-profile

    16. When this Trump supporter said that she doesn't "believe in gay marriage" because "that's how she has been brought up."

    We talked to some Trump supporters last weekend about Roe v Wade, vasectomies and gay marriage.

    Twitter: @TheGoodLiars

    In The Good Liars video that went viral gaining over 770K views, this Trump supporter believes that it is "to each their own" but not when it comes to gay marriages and abortions and that "everybody should have respect in their own biblical sense." She also says that two men or two women should not be allowed to get married.