After saying on social media that there is „no hope for any of us” without from faith in Jesus, Elizabeth Marbach, the communications director for the Columbus-based organization Ohio Right to Life, was fired.
Taking issue with Marbach’s Tweet was Rep. Max Miller (R-Ohio), who earlier this year told JNS, „I’m not afraid that I’m Jewish.“ (His wife Emily Moreno Miller serves on the board of Ohio Right to Life.) One of the most prejudiced tweets I’ve ever seen is this one. Lizzie, delete it, the congressman said. „All religions are protected under religious freedom in the United States. You’ve strayed too far.
Later, he expressed regret. „Earlier, I posted something that sent the wrong message. I won’t try to cover up or get away from my error.
„I truly apologize to everyone who read my post, including Lizzie, he stated. Marbach was still let go, but she wrote on Twitter that she was happy that so many people – 2.4 million, according to X, formerly Twitter –had seen her message about the New Testament.