Beshear v. Cameron: You Decide!
Updated: Sep 26
by Matt Singleton
Andy Beshear has done an amazing amount of damage to the state of Kentucky. In response to the pandemic, he stripped Kentucky of many constitutional rights. He closed off the state border. He forced people out of work, took away the right to go to church on Easter, and kicked hundreds of thousands of people off unemployment at the same time restricting our ability to work. These are just a few freedoms stripped. Yet in this whirlwind of dilemmas, I want to focus one attempt early on.
Beshear started off in conflict with Christians in the most vital areas, including the Sunrise orphanage. Beshear decided to alter the typical contract with the agency where the government would help out with the efforts of the adoption agency by adding the clause that orphanage must allow for gay adoption. In other words, he put a gay adoption agenda over the organization’s right to religious liberty and conducting itself to those moral rules. If you can control the morality of a Christian orphanage, could you not control the morality of a Christian church?
The sunrise orphanage had become dependent on state funding. Up to 70% of its income was dependent upon Kentucky. Beshear added a rule regarding gay adoption. The orphanage was a Baptist institution and did not give in to the practice out of moral convictions. Also, there’s an extreme level of child sex abuse connected with homosexuality.
The state legislature fought back and Beshear lost. The Supreme Court’s 2015 decision to approve gay marriage has been used as a gateway for the LGBT agenda and we see this permeating our public school system. This stripped Kentucky of the will of people ignoring the 2004 for marriage amendment won by 75%. Recently, Beshear got the state to increase funding to the state foster care program to around $42 million; but just 2 months later, we see complaints that foster kids have to sleep in run-down government buildings. Now, what if Beshear was successful in shutting down the orphanage? What would the numbers have been then?
Meanwhile, Daniel Cameron has fought Beshear repeatedly in the courts over his draconian measures. In terms of the economy, he has unveiled an economic plan that will help small businesses and the economy. Daniel Cameron has definitely stirred up the ire of the Left as proved by the barrage of commercials. Cameron fought back, helping to enforce Senate Bill 150 against lawsuits to keep out the over reach of the LGBT agenda.
“By securing a stay of the district court’s injunction, Attorney General Cameron demonstrates his willingness to fight for the rule of law and the protection of Kentucky’s children,” said State Representative Jennifer Decker, who helped pass the legislation in the House. “It is well within the legislature’s power to ban the experimental use of off-label drugs that cause long-term, irreversible consequences for children, and it is fortunate that today’s ruling allows SB 150 to take effect pending the Attorney General’s appeal.”
"In other words, although heterosexuals outnumber homosexuals by a ratio of at least 20 to 1, homosexual pedophiles commit about one-third of the total number of child sex offenses."