On Matters of Conscience

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The Trump Administration has taken long overdue steps to prevent nurses and doctors from being forced to aid and abet the various forms of murder and abomination the Left would otherwise make mandatory.
The Trump administration has finalized another set of administrative protections for religious Americans’ conscience rights on a range of fronts, President Donald Trump announced Thursday morning during remarks to observe the National Day of Prayer. 
“Every citizen has the absolute right to live according to the teachings of their faith and the convictions of their heart,” Trump said during a ceremony in the White House’s Rose Garden. “This is the bedrock of American life. To protect this heritage, my administration has strongly defended religious liberty…” 
According to a press release from the Department of Health and Human Services, the final rule “ensures that HHS implements the full set of tools appropriate for enforcing” laws that exempt healthcare workers from “having to provide, participate in, pay for, provide coverage of, or refer for, services such as abortion, sterilization, or assisted suicide.”
The courts have upheld what they have upheld. They’ve struck down down what they have struck down. But when it comes to matters of conscience, the President stands with the American people and their healthcare providers.  

12 thoughts on “On Matters of Conscience

  1. Class act, both of them…restoring dignity back into the office.

    And the best part is they didn't have to run, but wanted to help America get back on an even keel…exactly what the Founders had in mind. May God protect them.

  2. It is precisely what the Founders intended, and it terrifies the Deep State, which envisioned a weaker America.

  3. "…envisioned a weaker America."

    This explains that perfectly:

    amgreatness.com/2019/04/27/its-not-trump-derangement-syndrome/

  4. Wonderful to see the President taking a stand. Imagine the (P)regressives heads exploding. Good times!

    One quibble.
    “Every citizen has the absolute right to live according to the teachings of their faith and the convictions of their heart,” Trump said
    Jihad?

  5. Then there is kaifornia.

    usatoday.com/story/opinion/voices/2019/04/28/california-religious-freedom-catholic-sex-abuse-column/3574921002/

  6. I'm of two minds about this because it seems as though every time we make allowances for something, it turns out becoming fresh hell insanity coming from the other side. Look at moslems not wanting to be around pork or alcohol. Look at transgenders and their inordinate outrage over being referred to by the wrong pronoun. Look at the atheists that demand that the word God be taken off federal buildings and currency. When do we say, enough is enough. Deal with it.

  7. Your rights to follow the desire of your heart ends when you deprive others of theirs…jihad

  8. It's about time somebody actually stepped up and DID something rather than pandering to the constituents until something else came up to distract them!

  9. Been in healthcare 40+ years. The vast majority o hospitals and other such facilities will have a clause in the employment offer requiring nurses etc to assisting ANY procedure the hospital or medical clinic performs REGARDLESS of personal beliefs. Won't sign off on this then you won't get the job. Refuse to do so after hiring and you are fired. Unless laws are passed BANNING such pre employment statements the practice will continue. In reality it's not possible to operate a hospital or clinic if ANYONE but the physicians get to decide what procedures are performed and what are not.

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