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Pedophile to Marriage Partner

Aug 5, 2022

She was 14. He was 42, twice divorced, and a father of two. They were neighbors in a trailer park when Genevieve’s mom overheard a phone conversation between the two of them. Then her mom decided the two must get married.

In the eyes of the law, Genevieve was too young to do work that included climbing a ladder, making a sandwich or cooking food. It would be another six years before she was old enough to have a glass of wine. Labor laws also said she was too young to work for a landscaper, but somehow when she turned 15, she was old enough to marry one.

Today the U.S. Senate is in session and is scrambling to pass a law under the guise of putting same-sex “marriage” into federal law. But this law will also enable horrible abuse, even as the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 same-sex marriage decision will certainly be overruled at some point.

I need your help to hold senators accountable and hold the line against this bad bill. Rush urgent faxes to the Senate against HR 8404. The Senate is our one and only chance to stop this bill. — Mat

Genevieve says her mom was mentally ill, her stepfather was verbally and physically abusive, and when she was just 11 years old, she was molested by their landlord. Her mother never believed her, but the court convicted the rapist to 180 days in jail.

It was then that Genevieve’s neighbor, John Malloy, the man she would be forced to marry, started grooming her. He invited her inside and even tried to kiss her, but she ran away. One day when she was especially lonely, she called him. Her mother overheard the call, and the police got involved. NBC confirmed that Malloy was arrested for “lewd sexual acts,” however, “charges were dropped” at a later point.

Instead, Genevieve’s mother decided the two must be married. Genevieve’s mom first tried to marry them in California, but that didn’t work out only because the judge objected. Then she tried in Nevada. She couldn’t have them married there, but only because Genevieve wasn’t pregnant.

Finally, the 43-year-old Malloy borrowed an RV and drove with Genevieve and her mom 2,000 miles to get married in Mississippi, where the law allows 15-year-olds to marry with one parent’s approval.

That law, which enabled her marriage in 1991, is still on the books. Genevieve fled her “marriage” four years later.

As shocking as Genevieve’s story is, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is fighting hard to pass HR 8404—the so-called “Respect for Marriage Act.” It will not just push same-sex “marriage” onto all 50 states and territories but will also force them to recognize and honor the situation that Genevieve was forced into—even in states that do not allow or recognize child marriages.

This bill will enable a loophole for child pedophiles and abusers! We have got to stop this bill. It is nothing more than government-enabled abuse, plain and simple, that will be enabled by HR 8404. This bill already passed the House, and now it is our opportunity to stop it. Rush urgent faxes to the Senate against HR 8404.

Radicals are frantic to pass this bill.

They bypassed congressional hearings, silenced congressional testimony and rushed this bill through on a shortened time frame. At any time the Senate floor is open, they could pass this with a simple voice vote, or they just need a few more Republican votes to get it past a filibuster.

And that’s the last hurdle to this bill becoming law.

Already five Republicans have caved and indicated they will support this bill, and 15 more Republican senators are on the fence, publicly undecided as to how they will vote. However, they are getting nervous and unsure about their vote because they are hearing from you.

These legislators must continue to hear from you. Even if you have faxed before, make your voice heard about the horrible intended and unintended consequences of this legislation.

Senate Republican leadership appears to be stepping back. They are concerned to be seen as going against the LGBTQ lobby!

It is up to you to contact the senators and let them know you oppose HR 8404. It is a bill that will deconstruct marriage, assault religious freedom, override states’ rights and lock a child in a pedophile relationship for years!

Rush your urgent faxes to the Senate to block this attack on our nation, on our freedom and on marriage.

Democrats are getting very close to being able to pass this bill. However, Republicans who voted for this bill in the House now regret their vote. They never thought of the bill’s implications. Some senators are also having second thoughts. Now is the time to keep up the pressure.

We have a short window. Tell as many senators as you can to stop this bill! Click here to send your faxes now and keep reading to get a chilling glimpse into what we are fighting against.

Every minute of every day we need one senator on the floor to object to a voice vote. This will force a full vote and we expect it to be very close.

We need every Senator we can get to stop this bill. YOU can make the difference.

Working together, we can stop HR 8404 from passing! Everyone must speak up NOW by sending faxes and signing the petition!

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As always, I appreciate your prayers for our nation and for our team!

Mat Staver, Chairman
Liberty Counsel Action

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Clark, Dartunorro, and Dennis Romero. “She Was an American Child Bride. Now, Genevieve Is Fighting to Stop It from Happening to Others.” NBC News, August 12, 2019.

“Genevieve Meyer.” Human Library Fort Wayne. Accessed August 4, 2022.

Nadler, Jerrold. “Text - H.R.8404 - 117th Congress (2021-2022): Respect for Marriage Act.”, July 21, 2022.

Zaslav, Ali, Manu Raju, Ted Barrett, Morgan Rimmer, Jessica Dean and Kristin Wilson. “CNN Asked All 50 GOP Senators If They Will Support the Same-Sex Marriage Bill. Here’s Where They Stand.” CNN, July 21, 2022.