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LGBT Extremists Going Berserk

 



Marriage Supporter — LGBT extremist groups and leaders are going positively berserk as they come to realize that NOM is on the march, gaining members and influencing policy. They thought they had killed us off when they got the US Supreme Court to illegitimately redefine marriage in 2015. But we didn't go away. Instead, we've been working hard to change the political environment so that we can restore marriage, while protecting supporters of marriage from discrimination in the meantime. With the election of Donald Trump, we have a realistic chance to remake the US Supreme Court and reverse the Obergefell decision on marriage.

President Trump will announce his nomination to replace the late Antonin Scalia next Thursday. Every person he is considering is excellent, a jurist who will follow in the footsteps of Justice Scalia. That means in less than a week NOM will be in the midst of one of the most pitched battles of modern times.

Please help us be ready to begin to take back the Supreme Court by renewing your membership in NOM. Membership is a minimum of $35, but we encourage you to contribute more than the minimum if you are able. Please act today.

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The left, including LGBT extremists, never imagined a circumstance where constitutionalists would control the US Supreme Court and be in a position to reverse all the illegitimate rulings that activist judges have issued, such as inventing a right to abortion in Roe v Wade and imposing gay 'marriage' on the country in the Obergefell decision. They are petrified to realize that NOM is raising resources from new members and gearing up to fight for President Trump's Supreme Court nominees.

Please do everything you can to help us increase our membership strength by making your 2017 membership contribution today.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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