The House has passed the Respect for Marriage Act by a vote of 258-169, ensuring federal recognition of same-sex and interracial marriages.— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) December 8, 2022
Every Democrat voted for it. 169 Republicans voted against it.
BREAKING: The House just approved FINAL passage of the Respect for Marriage Act!— Log Cabin Republicans (@LogCabinGOP) December 8, 2022
We are BEYOND proud of the 12 Republican Senators and 39 Republican House members who supported this bill to codify marriage equality into federal law!
Among the 39 House Republicans who voted YES on the Respect for Marriage Act to strengthen protections for same-sex marriage:— Skyleigh Heinen (@Sky_Lee_1) December 8, 2022
Rep Liz Cheney
Rep Elise Stefanik
Rep Nancy Mace
Rep Darrell Issa
Rep Peter Meijer
Rep Don Bacon
Rep Fred Upton
All 39 that voted Yes ?? pic.twitter.com/kX4cTl2hDV
Christian Nationalism has been trending for 2 straight days and I'm glad. It can't be dismissed anymore as fringe or slur. Adults outright embrace it. We found 25% of Americans, 45% of Republicans, & 58% of Evangelicals say Christian Nationalist describes them very/somewhat well. pic.twitter.com/9CUwZsB7UP— Samuel Perry (@profsamperry) November 30, 2022
The passage of the gay and interracial marriage bill which will be proudly signed into law by Joe Biden sums up where we are at today in American politics.
“Driving the news: The bill passed the House 258-169 with one present vote. …
The bill got support from 39 Republicans — a drop off from the 47 who voted for it in July. Two flipped from “no” in July to “yes” on Thursday: Reps. Mike Gallagher (R-Wisc.) and Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Wash.).
The backdrop: The bill passed the Senate 61-36 last month with support from a dozen Republicans. …”
Every single House and Senate Democrat voted to codify gay marriage and interracial marriage into federal law. The only reason that this happened is because Democrats control Congress. Similarly, every single House and Senate Democrat has voted to support every single arms package sent to Ukraine. The Democrats are the party of faggot and interracial marriage and endless war in Ukraine.
In the Senate, 12 Republicans voted to break the filibuster to enable this abomination to pass in the lame duck session. 3 Senate Republicans who voted for it are retiring. 38 out of 50 Senate Republicans voted against it though including Richard Shelby and Tommy Tuberville in Alabama.
In the House, 47 House Republicans voted to pass this in July and 39 voted to pass it again this morning. 39 out of 213 House Republicans in the current Congress voted to support this. Every Republican congressman from Alabama voted against it.
Who is to blame for this?
Well, it isn’t the fault of my congressman Barry Moore or Tuberville or Shelby who to their credit voted against it, which is what I would have done. Nearly every single House district in which White evangelical Protestants are demographically dominant is represented by a Republican congressman who voted against legalizing faggot and interracial marriage. Nancy Mace and Tom Rice are exceptions to the rule.
Note: Contrast how the White evangelical Protestant South voted on this issue with the White Catholic East. Every single House district in New England is represented by a Democrat who voted to support faggot and interracial marriage.