Political ads inform voters about inequality of 'Equality Act'

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

Transgender athlete Terry MillerA campaign ad aimed at defeating three liberal U.S. Senate candidates is informing voters about the Left’s underhanded push to allow biological boys to compete against females in women-only sports.

“Female athletes dream big and work hard,” begins the political ad (see below), produced by the Family Policy Alliance, which is wading into the issue of transgenders competing in female sports.

Meridian Baldacci of the Family Policy Alliance says three Democrat candidates are being targeted with the ad: Steve Bullock of Montana; Georgia candidate Jon Ossoff; and Jaime Harrison of South Carolina.

Baldacci says all three candidates support the LGBT-embracing Equality Act that was passed by the Democrat-controlled House in 2019.

Passage of the Equality Act is a dream for homosexual, lesbian, and transgender activists, but many pro-family groups are aware a new federal law that promises “equality” in hiring and housing would also create federal protections that favor biological males over female athletes who are currently fighting for locker room privacy and the right to compete against their own sex.

Baldacci says the ads are dropping in three tight Senate races.

“So we are stepping in there, and sharing the message that that's what they support, and Americans don't stand for that."

Another reason the Alliance decided to produce and run the ad is to raise awareness of an issue that has gotten little national attention, which means the public is unaware, for example, that Idaho passed a law banning male athletes from competing against females.

"They don't realize,” Balducci says of the public, “the Department of Education has now had to intervene in a couple of situations where males have been able to unfairly take away championships, scholarships, other lead opportunities, from female athletes in female competition."

Idaho is currently the only state banning male athletes from competing in women's sports.

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