Hillary Clinton says that “religious beliefs. . .have to be changed” when they interfere with “reproductive health care” (that is, abortion). And pro-abortion laws “have to be backed up with resources and political will.”
Notice that she doesn’t say “religious beliefs have to change.” That would arguably be bad enough, but it allows for religions to change themselves, from within, perhaps over time. Instead, she said religious beliefs have to “be changed.” The passive construction here means that religious beliefs have to be acted upon from the outside. Nor did she say, “religious beliefs should change,” expressing a moral opinion. No, they “have to” be changed, an imperative, as in giving an order. Then when she throws in that line about “political will,” the language is clearly that of government suppression.