U.S. Army Drops Charges against Chaplain Who Wouldn’t Run ‘Marriage’ Retreat for Lesbians

The military has dropped charges against a United States Army chaplain and his assistant for refusing to conduct a marriage retreat for a lesbian couple.  The investigation led to a report charging Major Scott Squires and Sergeant Kacie Griffin with dereliction of duty.  Squires reportedly told a soldier he was unable to conduct a marriage retreat that included her and her same-sex partner because of the requirements of his church.  Under the army’s policies, every United States Army Special Operations Command commander is responsible for “promoting equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion in an environment free from harassment or unlawful discrimination.”  https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/u.s.-army-drops-charges-against-chaplain-who-wouldnt-run-marriage-retreat-f