Leaked HHS Memo Shows Biden Gang Plans to Disregard Religious Freedom Rights


The Biden movement is now actively seeking to undermine religious freedom. This is in line with his reputation for life and for promoting the rights of every human being.

A Christian CBN News reports:

A memo released from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) reveals Biden’s plans to change America’s’ First Amendment and other religious freedoms.

The memo inside describes plans to “sign delegation of authority on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and the First Amendment religious section” to the Office for Civil Rights (OCR).

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The article continues:

Memo – written by Lisa J. Pino, director of the OCR – does not deny that there will be a backlash if established.

“These actions can be well received among human rights activists and prosecutors, as well as groups that promote the separation of church and state,” it reads.

“Groups that share the views of the Administration in the past when using RFRA or who may interpret this as an indication that the department is relinquishing their responsibility to follow RFRA may have a negative attitude,” it continued. “This includes members of Congress who have been outspoken about OCR’s conscience and religious rights and have repeatedly asked questions about organizational changes by OCR law enforcement officials.”

Memo encourages HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra to sign this soon.

Maybe Becerra will do this. Her past history shows that she does not need to worry about human rights.

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Biden and his team claim that human rights do not exist.

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