SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH HOUSTON LEADS THE WAY ON SB 6, RISE UP O MEN OF GOD!

May 15, 2017 by

5.15.17 – CRTXnews.com

 

https://crtxnews.com/second-baptist-church-houston-leads-way-sb-6-rise-o-men-god/

 

 

SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH HOUSTON LEADS THE WAY ON SB 6, RISE UP O MEN OF GOD!

By Jared Woodfill, Esquire
Editor-in-Chief, CRTX News
President, Conservative Republicans of Texas

Excerpts from this article:

Dr. Ed Young and the Second Baptist Church of Houston are to be commended for providing bold leadership, encouraging their members to support SB 6, “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms!” Yesterday, Second Baptist Church challenged the members of their congregation to assume the responsibility of protecting the privacy and safety of women and girls by contacting Governor Greg Abbott. They were motivated to encourage Abbott to support SB 6 and also to ask him to hold a Special Session to pass SB 6 if the Texas House does not vote on it before the end of the current legislative session that ends May 31. SB 6 would prohibit perverted men and boys, who sexually fantasize that they are women, from entering women’s and girls’ bathrooms, showers and locker rooms.

SB 6 was overwhelmingly passed by the Texas Senate on March 14 by a 21-10 margin. It was immediately sent to the Texas House where RINO Speaker Joe Straus has let it gather dust. Straus has not even referred it to a committee. Over 84% of Republican primary voters statewide support SB 6

SB 6, the Texas Women’s Privacy Act, “No Men in Women’s Bathrooms!”, is being held hostage by Speaker Joe Straus and his puppeteer, Rep. Byron Cook, and by their lieutenants and lackeys in the Texas House.  However, we have not given up.  It appears that there will be a Special Session and we asking Governor Abbott to add SB 6 to the Special Session call.

As I sat in the pew, at the close of the Second Baptist Sunday service yesterday, Pastor Lee Maxey asked the members of the congregation to engage in this battle, requesting that they call or email Governor Abbott and request that he call a Special Session. It appears that there will be a need for a Special Session already because some key bills did not pass the House.

You should contact Abbott’s office today and request that he add SB 6 to the call for a Special Session. Governor Abbott may be contacted at (512) 463-2000 or at info@gregabbott.com.

 

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