Trump Calls Out Liberals On ‘Tolerance’

Trump Calls Out Liberals On ‘Tolerance’

President Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to host a United Nations meeting on religious freedom, telling the international body that America “stands with believers in every country who ask only for the freedom to live according to the faith that is within their own hearts.”

The President used his remarks to detail his administration’s efforts to promote religious liberty abroad and raise awareness of persecution, as well as highlight the tendency of self-styled “diversity” champions to neglect those trying to live their faith.

“Too often, people in positions of power preach diversity while silencing, shunning, or censoring the faithful,” Trump said. “True tolerance means respecting the right of all people to express their deeply held religious beliefs.”

The rebuke is deeply fitting not just against hardcore Islamist states such as Saudi Arabia, but also against the liberal fake democracies of much of the West, where the triumphalism of the LGBTQ+ lobby is rapidly degenerating into an all-out war on Christian values and the heterosexual family.