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Politics Biden to gay advocates: 'You deserve a partner in the White House'

03:06  25 september  2020
03:06  25 september  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay , bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, announced its

According to Biden , “educators deserve a partner in the White House .” Understands that schools need resources now more than ever. “Americans deserve a president In the Obama Administration, he was involved with passage of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and advocated for the Paycheck

Joe Biden on Thursday doubled down on his commitment to LGBTQ rights, including his support for the Equality Act, in a message to the Human Rights Campaign, the country’s largest LGBTQ rights group,

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Speaking in advance of the group’s Unite for Equality Live virtual event, the former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee said America is at a turning point: “This election is going to determine our future for a very long time.”

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While Biden agreed that busing was warranted to combat segregation by law as imposed in the Deep South, he was against busing to deal with de facto segregation based on residential patterns, as was the case in Delaware. In 1975 he introduced and won Senate approval of two anti-busing amendments.

Joe Biden has been enjoying himself recently. As well as filming an episode of Law & Order last week, the vice president also took on the honourable "I’m going to be out there with a platform to talk about the things I care about. Foreign policy, violence against women and the inequity in the tax structure."

Pointing to a litany of crises — the pandemic, economic decline, climate change, wildfires, threats to LGBTQ equality — Biden said the common denominator is President Donald Trump.

“A president who makes things worse not better. Who brings chaos not order. Who sees violence and only fans the flames,” he said in a recorded three-minute speech.

“The White House should never be a source of opposition or fear or oppression,” he added. “It should be a source of hope, of moral courage and of unification.”

Accusing Trump of trying to roll back protections for the LGBTQ community, Biden promised to be a staunch ally.

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“You deserve a partner in the White House to fight with conviction and win the battles ahead,” he said. “Together we’ll pass the Equality Act, protect LGBTQ youth, expand access to health care, support LGBTQ workers, win full rights for transgender Americans, recommit to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2025, advance LGBT rights around the globe, not just at home.”

Biden has made LGBTQ rights a significant part of his presidential campaign from the beginning.

Last year, he promised that the Equality Act, which adds sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected characteristics in numerous areas, would be a top legislative priority in his first 100 days in office.

“It will be the first thing I ask to be done,” he told attendees at an HRC gala in Columbus, Ohio.

His campaign’s LGBTQ platform includes reinstating protections for LGBTQ people experiencing homelessness, stopping what the HRC calls an "epidemic" of violence against transgender women of color, and ending broad exemptions for anti-discrimination laws.

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“They deserve to hear from Joe Biden , too.” Reade was one of eight women who came forward last year with stories involving unwanted touching or displays Reade said she filed a report in the Senate and claims she was forced out of his office after complaining to her supervisors, a charge disputed by

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“Duty, honor, country — those are the values that drive our service members,” Biden said in a statement to LGBTQ Nation. “And if I have the privilege of serving as the next commander in chief, I will ensure that our American heroes know I will have their back and honor their sacrifice — always, no matter who they are or who they love.”

HRC unanimously endorsed Biden on May 6, the eighth anniversary of his publicly stated support of same-sex marriage in a 2012 interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

“Vice President Joe Biden is the leader our community and our country need at this moment,” HRC President Alphonso David said at the time. “His dedication to advancing LGBTQ equality, even when it was unpopular to do so, has pushed our country and our movement forward.”

David said the stakes in the upcoming election couldn’t be higher.

“Our democracy is at stake — whether we’ll be living in a democracy or a totalitarian regime,” he told NBC News. “For LGBT people that means our very lives are at stake. We could be functionally erased.”

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In his criticism of Trump, David cited a number of the administration’s policies that have sought to impede LGBTQ rights, including its transgender military ban, its attempt to roll back trans health care protections and its support for allowing child welfare agencies to reject same-sex prospective parents.

“HRC endorsed Joe Biden because he has a long record of support for the LGBT community, but he also affords us the dignity we deserve,” David said. “He engages people like they’re human beings.”

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer voters have historically been a reliably Democratic voting bloc. In the 2016 presidential election, 78 percent of LGBTQ voters reported backing Hillary Clinton, while just 14 percent said they supported Trump, according to exit polls. And in 2018, exit polls found 82 percent of LGBTQ voters backed their congressional districts’ Democratic candidates.

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