Louisiana AG Opposed to LGBT Rights: I Love My Gay Brother But ‘The Law’ Matters More
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry (R) is speaking out about his fight against LGBT rights and how that impacts his relationship with his gay brother.
Earlier this week, Landry won a victory against Governor John Bel Edwards (D) when a federal judge struck down Bel Edwards’ executive order granting non-discrimination protections to LGBT state workers. Landry praised the decision.
Meanwhile Landry’s brother, Nicholas Landry, has been a vocal LGBT rights activist and said in November that he has essentially become estranged from his family over his brother’s battle against equality.
In a video posted on YouTube, Landry says, “My coming out process was not the easiest time, and now that I’m standing on my own, I know I can’t sit silent anymore.”