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By Rev. Ted Pike
1 July 09

What’s the most powerful action a patriot can take to defeat the federal hate bill now? Call all members of the Senate to say: “Attorney General Holder testified in Judiciary that the hate crimes bill discriminates and will not protect all Americans against hate crimes. Please ask your staff and Senator to watch Holder’s shocking testimony in the 10-minute video at www.truthtellers.org." (Video HERE)

Since at least the 1960s, the Democrat Party has advertised itself as champion of equality for all Americans (except Christian/conservative, heterosexual white males and the unborn). This has been their clarion cry as they spearheaded equal rights for blacks, women, and now homosexuals. Liberals in Congress, as in state legislatures, have been persuaded to support ADL’s hate laws with assurances that these laws are progress toward equality and justice for all.

Now you can inform Democrat Senators of the testimony of the Attorney General that the hate bill is not about protecting everyone. Instead, it creates a legal apartheid, favoring the few over the many.  

This could challenge, if not unnerve, some Democrats in the pro-hate bill Senate.

If only three or four, recommended by their staff, watch “Holder Admits: No Equality Under Hate Bill,” and realize what he asserts—that the hate bill is foreign to Democrats’ historic party platform—these few, plus several repentant Republicans, could sink S. 909.  

With Congress in recess till Monday, the hate bill’s forward movement is slowed. But the Senate mark-up session could be scheduled as soon as Senators return. If it is, the bill could be passed by Friday! The interim must be filled with thousands of calls to expose Holder at his most truthful and disadvantaged. Senatorial staff will still be answering phones and recording your messages, to be relayed to Senators on Monday.  

Many Democratic staffers are young, curious and idealistic in the tradition of Robert F. Kennedy. If enough are troubled by Holder’s admission that the hate bill is discriminatory and recommend this video to their Senator, the ugly truth about hate bill favoritism will penetrate Democrat ranks. Liberal Senators will begin to realize this deceptive legislation is even harder to justify than they feared. They may not want it on their record next year at mid-term elections that they voted for a bill denying equality to all Americans.

If we can massively infiltrate the Democrat ranks this week with the whole truth, their leadership may again be disinclined to parade their hate bill before the lights and TV cameras of a mark-up session. They may again fear probable Republican derision - and their own mistakes - prompting more media embarrassment by the National Prayer Network. The Senate Democrats wallowed in indecision for six weeks earlier this year as a result of public outrage. They also canceled Kennedy’s hate bill amendment for the same reason.

Call all Senators toll-free 1-877-851-6437 or toll 1-202-225-3121 (names available HERE on the action page at www.truthtellers.org).

Senate Majority Leader Reid promised he will try to get a hate bill vote before summer recess in August. But all of us, mightily assisted by God and Attorney General Holder, can exert powerful pressure during the next week to make sure that doesn’t happen. Call now! 


Let the Anti-Defamation League teach you how they have saddled 45 states with hate laws capable of persecuting Christians, and spearhead attempts to pass the federal hate crimes bill: http://www.adl.org/99hatecrime/intro.asp.

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