Rep. Gregory Steube (R-FL) began to quote the Bible when speaking against the Democrats’ Equality Act, which would increasingly normalize transgenderism and force the government to fund abortions in the House of Representatives. Within seconds, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) interrupted him, explaining that God has no place in the Democrat-controlled Congress.
It’s not clothing or personal style that offends God, but rather the use of one’s appearance to act out or take on a sexual identity different from the one biologically assigned by God at birth. In His wisdom, God intentionally made each individual uniquely either male or female. When men or women claim to be able to choose their own sexual identity, they are making a statement that God did not know what He was doing when He created them
He then began to quote from Dr. Tony Evans’ commentary on a passage of scripture, which explained that the “gender confusion” present in 21st century American culture is a “clear rejection of God’s good design.”
“Whenever a nation’s laws no longer reflect the standards of God, that nation is in rebellion against Him, and will inevitably bear the consequences,” Steueb said, after first being interrupted by Democrats. He was ultimately allowed to continue for a few seconds before being interrupted by Nadler.
Nadler, apparently angered by the mention of God, loudly yelled into his microphone, “God’s will is no concern of this Congress.”
WATCH THIS – @RepGregSteube quoting scripture on Senate Floor in opposition to #EqualityAct. @HouseDemocrats object, then @RepJerryNadler says, “God’s will, is no concern of this Congress. @EWTNNewsNightly pic.twitter.com/fGvJzKHRAs
— Erik Rosales (@ErikRosalesNews) February 25, 2021
Last year, Nadler similarly made headlines for saying something seemingly out of touch with reality during the height of Black Lives Matter-affiliated mob violence in the country after the death of drug addict and alleged fraudster George Floyd.
Nadler claimed, without evidence, that Antifa and Black Lives Matter riots are “a myth that’s being spread only in Washington, D.C.”