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Scott Campaign Press Release - Tim Scott Discusses The Left's War On The Family On TBN

September 21, 2023

WASHINGTON, DC – Tim Scott spoke with Lyndsay Keith on Trinity Broadcast Network's Centerpoint about his race for the White House, the radical Left's war on parents, and the importance of standing up for life.


Lyndsay Keith: You have been such a huge advocate for parental rights. Especially in light of the bill we just saw come into place in California that would hand parents custody battles if they don't affirm their children who are transgendering — transitioning. Why do you think that there is a war against parents right now in America?

Tim Scott: Well, there's a war against the family. The bottom line is simple, that the radical forces in this country understand and appreciate if you can attack the kids, breaking the family with the kids, like the breaking the back of the entire most important fundamental component of what makes America the strongest nation on Earth is the family. One of the things God attended to reach in Genesis 1:26, Genesis 2:18, you see the importance of the levy and cleaving and forming a family. And part of the challenge that we see here is that the most vulnerable component of the family are the kids, if you're gonna attack anything, attack it in its infancy. California is attacking our kids. It's evil. I mean, literally taking away parental rights from parents who don't agree with the gender decisions of their kids. It's not wrong only, it's not immoral only, it's evil. That is bad for the country, bad for the soul of this nation, and frankly, it robs the parents of their right to choose and to be responsible for their kids. I can't think of anything that's more anti-biblical than this decision to take away people's kids.

Tim Scott, Scott Campaign Press Release - Tim Scott Discusses The Left's War On The Family On TBN Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/367692

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