It Is ILLEGAL: State-Controlled Senate Circumvents Law To Vote To Protect Rights That Were Never Given!
Michigan Penal Code Chapter 750
750.158 Crime against nature or sodomy; penalty. Home
Michigan Penal Code Chapter 750
750.158 Crime against nature or sodomy; penalty
750.158 Crime against nature or sodomy; penalty.
Michigan’s courts and statutes refer to the criminal offense of sodomy as a ‘crime against nature.’ Essentially, sexual conduct is deemed by society as improper and/or offensive such as anal sex, or sexual conduct between a human and an animal is considered a crime against nature. Anal sex between two people of the same gender or between a man and a woman, or bestiality may lead to criminal charges that may result in severe criminal penalties for those convicted.
Punishment: Individuals charged with sodomy or ‘crime against nature’ will face serious criminal penalties if found guilty. These penalties may include up to 15 years in prison (Romans 1:26).
Maybe the people in Michigan should take the time to search out their state laws to understand that what the senate is doing is circumventing the laws that condemn that which they are attempting to normalize (Isaiah 5:20). Americans do not have right to transgress God’s moral law (1 John 3:4).
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Even going a step further, maybe the people in Michigan should hold their said Attorney General accountable to the very laws that she should be magnifying. However, that will not happen because she is guilty of violating those very laws. Dana Nessel is a lesbian (Romans 1:27).
Propaganda outlet PBS helped to disseminate misinformation in headlining “Democrat-controlled Michigan Senate votes to protect LGBTQ rights.”
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan senators voted Wednesday to expand the state’s civil rights law to include the LGBTQ community and prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
Democrats, who took full control of state government for the first time in 40 years, have made amending Michigan’s 1976 Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act a top priority after decades of seeing such efforts blocked by Republicans.
“This has been a long journey of real people here who have suffered and people who have died waiting for this moment to come,” state Sen. Jeremy Moss, the bill’s sponsor, after the vote. “We are taking this baton and running to the finish line.”
Moss, who is gay, delivered an impassioned speech on the Senate floor before the bill passed 23-15, with three Republicans voting to support it. The bill still needs House approval before heading to the governor’s desk.
“Just this last week, I heard from a former friend and an 80-year-old woman who cut out everyone from her life when she moved into a senior living facility,” Moss said. “She said, ‘No longer a lesbian, just a bridge player.’”
The woman, Moss said, “didn’t want to lose a secure place to live in her remaining years.”
A large majority of Senate Republicans opposed the measure, arguing that it could infringe on religious groups’ rights.
Michigan’s civil rights act prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and public services based on religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, familial status or marital status.
Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel, the first openly LGBTQ person elected statewide in Michigan, said during a roundtable near Detroit on Feb. 24 that without legal remedies, many LGBTQ community members have stayed silent when faced with discrimination.
As a private practice attorney, Nessel said, she was presented with discrimination cases “on a daily basis.”
“I had to tell those people, ‘I’m so sorry. I wish there was something I could do. There’s no law to enforce here,’” Nessel said.
Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also attended the Feb. 24 roundtable and said she plans to sign the bill.
Conclusion: It may serve the purpose of understanding as to why the Lord calls these sodomites abominable before turning the other cheek (Leviticus 18:22). How is it that the state can protect a right that the Lord never gave (Hosea 4:6)?
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media. Article by Bradlee Dean.