Beto Says He Will Go After Intolerant Religions

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Published on October 11, 2019 - Duration: 00:31s

Beto Says He Will Go After Intolerant Religions

On Thursday night, Beto O’Rourke vowed to revoke the tax exempt status of churches that oppose same-sex marriage.

The former El Paso congressman made the comments during a CNN town hall devoted to LGBTQ issues.

His stance toward conservative religious institutions was far more aggressive than his rivals.

So as president ... we are going to stop those who are infringing on the rights of our fellow Americans.

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