An excerpt from Senator Josh Hawley's comments on the Supreme Court decision that blasts SCOTUS for taking the legislative mantle from Congress on sex.
“We’ve got to stand up,” Senator Hawley demanded, “and say we’re not going to take this anymore.”
“For religious conservatives, people of faith who labor here in the vineyard, I think that this result is going to cause people to question: What is it we’ve been doing? What is it we have been working toward? If this is always the result, at the end of the day, we have got to do better than this. And that’s why I’m ultimately hopeful about the future, because I think that what’s going to happen out of this is religious conservatives of all persuasions, of all faiths, backgrounds who belong that coalition, are going to stand up and say, ‘We’re not going to be quiet anymore. We are going to put forward our ideas. We’re gonna raise our voices. We’re not going to just be content to be relegated to the back. We’re going to come up to the front now and lead.”