Americans Must Protect Religious Freedom so Foreigners Will Take a Stand for Their Own: Legal Victor Charlene Carter

Kevin Hogan
By Kevin Hogan
December 22, 2022NTD News Today
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A legal roller-coaster ends in relief for a Colorado employee. Just days before Christmas, veteran flight attendant Charlene Carter was reinstated to her job at Southwest Airlines. Carter was fired after she expressed views opposing her union’s pro-abortion stance. She became a vocal opponent of the procedure after she had terminated a pregnancy at 19, which left her with long-term physical and emotional damage. Carter told NTD that Americans must protect their religious freedom so that onlooking foreigners will take a stand for their own.

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