We Need A New CIVIL RIGHTS Law To Protect the Modern-day Oppressed: Conservatives, Christians And Whites

It’s illegal in America to discriminate against women because they’re women. It’s also illegal to discriminate against Blacks because of the color of their skin.

And the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that it’s even illegal to discriminate against people who invent a whole new “gender identity” and claim to be a fictitious gender that’s invented out of thin air.

But in America today, it is perfectly legal to discriminate against conservatives, Christians and Whites, merely based on their political beliefs or the whiteness of their skin.

That’s because the 1964 Civil Rights Act — which was spearheaded by Republicans and opposed by Democrats, by the way — sought only to protect segments of society that were being oppressed at the time.

The act, however, did not protect people who might be oppressed in the future.

Today’s oppressed groups are conservatives, Christians and Whites

Fast forward to 2020, and the oppressed people in America are conservatives, Christians and Whites. They have no special protections and are routinely discriminated against by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, where merely citing scripture is now considered “hate.”

Whites are routinely penalized in the workplace where racial quotas favor “people of color,” thereby punishing Whites who might be more qualified for the job.

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  1. Civil Law is ajudged by corrupt Judges, the Court of Record with the Trial by Jury is the only answer to our modern day problems. Then the Master/servant relationship will be righted, as it was before.

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