Former House Speaker: ‘Our Religious Liberties Are Under Attack’

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By NTD Newsroom
December 15, 20202020 Election

Trump supporter Greg Hughes, spoke to NTD at a rally in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 12.

He is a former speaker of the Utah House of Representatives. He told the reporter how he felt about the election:

“We are living in tough times. It’s tough times for this country, even for the world with the COVID-19. With this election happening the way it did, and there being questions about irregularities, there are people that are worried that this election wasn’t handled with the proper safeguards or transparency. This rally is important to tell people that you don’t give up. Tough times don’t last and tough people do. We appreciate all that the president’s done for us, he is the leader of the Republican party. We are gonna move forward. He really is the voice of everyday, hard-working people for our country, it’s a melting pot. We don’t subscribe to identity politics, you’ll see in this crowd, unlike you hear in the media, that it is a melting pot of people, that are just everyday people. We don’t get discouraged, and we keep fighting forward.”

“We love our president, he is here for us and we feel it. He is out for the little guy. He sticks up for us and we stick up for him. He has our back and we have his back.”

“Our religious liberties are under attack.”

“Freedom of religion. It’s to our core. You are seeing that challenged now. This president has stood up for religious liberties more than we think any president has.”

“Ironically or contrary to what the media would tell you, this has been a president that has really stood up for us and our religious freedoms.”

“People have confused election convenience with access to the ballot. We want everyone to have access to the ballot who legally can. If you vote in person and you show an ID, and they check the name on the roll, and you vote, and the ballot stays where they are counting it so the chain of custody is not interrupted. When you mail out ballots, unsolicited, to millions of people’s last known address, that is not a secure system.”

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