Felblum doesn't respect the First Amendment, says AFA

Monday, December 31, 2018
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

EEOC bannerA non-profit organization that equips individuals to strengthen the moral foundations of American culture is urging President Trump to withdraw a nomination for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

"In December 2017, the Trump administration re-nominated a lady by the name of Chai Felblum to head up and work for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and this commission really decides on a lot of important federal employee cases when it comes to religious liberty and other situations," says American Family Association (AFA) Vice President Walker Wildmon. "Chai Felblum has a horrible record when it comes to religious liberty and the First Amendment."

Wildmon

Wildmon says AFA supporters and other concerned individuals can get involved.

"You can click on our Action Alert there on the front page and send an email, or you can call the White House and urge President Trump with withdraw Chai Feldblum from this EEOC nomination," he explains.

"We need someone on this commission that understands and respects the Constitution, specifically the First Amendment," Wildmon concludes.

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