Bernie Sanders Tweeted About Same-S*x and Interracial Marriages

Perhaps the Supreme Court will see that it has no authority to decide who a person may or may not marry. I’m glad I got to exercise my right to vote today and help make marriage equality a reality for all couples, regardless of race or sexual orientation.

Bernie Sanders Tweeted About Same-S*x and Interracial Marriages
Bernie Sanders Tweeted About Same-S*x and Interracial Marriages

How Users Replied To It

By replying, Glenn Atkins Wrote: “Seriously, is that the most important thing you think you have to focus on? How about energy independence and a thousand other things? Socialist commie.”

One User Wrote: “Same Sex is Biblically and Morally Wrong no matter who signs off on it….”

@mythosaurus_rex Wrote: “There is no constitutionally protected right specifically to gay marriage; however the 10A covers everything that isn’t and gives that power to the people and or the states. Maybe the Democrats should spend a little time reading the Constitution & BoR…”

Bill Protecting Same-Sex Marriage Gains Bipartisan Support in U.S. Senate

On Wednesday, more than 60 senators from both parties were present to overcome a legislative filibuster and move forward with adopting a marriage equality bill in the United States Senate. Were the bill to pass the Senate this week, it would guarantee that same-sex and interracial marriages will continue to be recognized notwithstanding any future rulings by the Supreme Court.

The U.S. Senate amended the law to include a so-called religious liberty amendment, necessitating another vote on a measure that had already been enacted by the House earlier this year.

Twelve Republicans voted in favor of the procedural motion in the Senate on Wednesday, including retiring senators Roy Blunt of Missouri, Richard Burr of North Carolina, Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, Susan Collins of Maine, Joni Ernst of Iowa, Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski, Utah’s Mitt Romney, North Carolina’s Thom Tillis, Indiana’s Todd Young, and Ohio’s Rob Portman. The vote was 62 to 37.

During a debate on the Senate floor, Wisconsin Democrat Tammy Baldwin said that millions of people are afraid the Supreme Court will overturn the cases that guarantee the right to same-sex or interracial marriages. This summer, the Court ruled that abortion was a fundamental right and ended the constitutional right to have an abortion.

Last Lines

Bernie Sanders Tweeted: “Maybe just maybe, the Supreme Court should realize they have no business telling anyone who they can and can’t love and marry. I was proud to cast my vote today to finally make marriage equality – including same-sex and interracial marriages – the long overdue law of the land.” This article shows other people’s opinion about Same-S*x and Interracial Marriages.”

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