Mayor Bill de Blasio also said he would also ban non-essential, city-funded travel to Indiana.New York is hoping on board the Indiana travel boycott. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday that he was banning New York state employees from traveling to Indiana because of the passage of that state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which critics say can be used to discriminate against gays and lesbians. "Today, I direct all agencies, departments, boards and commissions to immediately review all requests for state funded or state sponsored travel to the State of Indiana and to bar any such publicly funded travel that is not essential to the enforcement of state law or public health and safety. The ban on publicly funded travel shall take effect immediately," Mr. Cuomo said in his statement... MHFM COMMENT: This is an abomination and an outrage. It's an absolute assault on the practice of Christianity. It's an attempt to eradicate Christianity and Americans' ability to run a business while adhering to basic Christian and biblical morals. It's not enough for them to be perverts; they must impose their perversion on others. They are anti-Christians. In fact, everyone protesting the Indiana law is an anti-Christian and should be considered one. (By the way, it’s also worth noting that according to the heretical arguments and position of certain false traditionalist writers, who attempt unsuccessfully to defend Antipope Francis and the other post-Vatican II antipopes, since he claims to be a Catholic and hasn’t been declared a heretic, Andrew Cuomo is actually not to be considered a heretic but a Catholic who professes the true faith. But such a position is heretical nonsense, of course.)
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