About an hour later, Hillary Clinton's campaign tweeted support for the filibuster as well. (Note that the tweet is signed with an "-H," indicating that Clinton wrote the tweet herself.)
Standing up for our LGBTQ sisters and brothers is the duty of all elected officials. This should make us all proud. https://t.co/r4Rw5xInA8— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 9, 2016
Not to be outdone by the humanistic decency of his rivals, Republican Ted Cruz — who has somehow vaulted from face-punchable booger-eater to his party's last and best hope for opposing Donald Trump — made a direct plea to religious Missouri voters.
Marriage equality is the law. I stand with those filibustering in MO to make sure discrimination won't be. -Hhttps://t.co/u34dGDcVeY— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 9, 2016
Missouri: Remember in November the Democrats who filibustered over 30 hours to fight against religious liberty. #DefendReligiousLiberty— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) March 9, 2016
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