At Donald Trump’s conclave with evangelical leaders, he notably dodged the religious liberty questions. That’s understandable, since Trump supports the LGTB cause , the source of the current efforts to punish Christians and Christian organizations for holding to their religious beliefs about sexual morality.
But surely Hillary Clinton would be worse than Trump on religious liberty issues, wouldn’t she? Maggie Gallagher thinks otherwise, after the jump. She argues that if Clinton is elected, Christians could oppose her from the base of a major political party. But if Trump is elected, both parties would have abandoned the issues, and Christians would have no political advocates. Do you agree with her reasoning?