One of the great cornerstones of America is religious freedom, but like most freedoms – the democrats seek to destroy it. They believe that it isn’t a person’s right to practice their religion. Even their presidential candidate believes that Christians shouldn’t have the right to discriminate against the LGBTQ community even if it fits within their religious rights.

On Wednesday, Joe Biden decided to take a jab at the President and his VP when he accused them of harboring hate and racists. Both of these accusations are nothing but lies, yet according to Biden whenever a same-sex couple is denied adoption at a Christian facility – then that constitutes hate and not religious freedom.

Biden didn’t stop there as he had a nice scripted response for the Philadelphia Gay News. He went on to say, “Donald Trump and Mike Pence have given hate against LGBTQ+ individuals safe harbor and rolled back critical protections for the LGBTQ+ community by blocking the ability of transgender individuals to openly serve their country, denying LGBTQ+ people access to critical health care, proposing policies allowing federally funded homeless shelters to turn away transgender people and federally funded adoption agencies to reject same-sex couples, and failing to address the epidemic of violence against transgender people — particularly transgender women of color — the Trump-Pence Administration has led a systematic effort to undo the progress President Obama and I made.”

Interestingly, Biden talks about harboring hateful individuals when it was he who helped build the cages that held illegal immigrants. Even when asked by the President about the cages, Biden remained silent and dropped his eyes to the floor. The Democrats and Biden want to take away the freedom of religion in this country. Countless times they have attacked people who do nothing but practice their religious rights.

A famous case where the Democrats tried to attack the religious freedoms was when a Christian baker named Jake Phillips denied baking a custom cake for a gay wedding. He offered several premade cakes but would not make one specially designed for the couple. Of course, the couple was offended and sued the bakery all the way to the Supreme Court where the baker won his case. The Supreme Court ruled that members of the accusing party displayed hate against his religious freedoms by comparing his beliefs to those of the Nazis.