Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito recently said that we must "evangelize" America about religious freedom or we're going to lose it.
You see, it used to be enough that it was a guaranteed right in the constitution but ha. We know how that goes. Now, every right is negotiable. When you have a living constitution your rights are dead because they are subject to the whims of the majority.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told a Catholic legal group that the United States' dedication to religious liberty is being put to the test.Hahahahahah. He predicted that Catholics and Christians would be called bigots. Hahahahahah. Oh wait. That's exactly what happened.
Alito told the Catholic lawyers and judges on Wednesday, "A wind is picking up that is hostile to those with traditional moral beliefs," according to the Associated Press.
"We are likely to see pitched battles in courts and Congress, state legislatures and town halls," Alito said in New Jersey, according to the AP. "But the most important fight is for the hearts and minds of our fellow Americans. It is up to all of us to evangelize our fellow Americans about the issue of religious freedom."
Alito, a Catholic, reportedly also read from his dissent in the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage case and said he predicted those who opposed the high court's decision would be cast as bigots.
He was right about that. And he's right about this.