The Senate may vote this year on a United Nations treaty that
some conservative groups consider dangerous.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with
Disabilities (CRPD) has been voted out of committee to the full
Senate. Chris Carmouche of GrassTopsUSA tells OneNewsNow the treaty
masquerades as a measure to help people with disabilities, but it
is really a ploy to promote a broader agenda.
"One of the very big problems, of course, is the
fact that it does open the door towards the promotion of abortion
on a worldwide scale, which is something that the UN has been after
for a very, very long time," Carmouch explains.
The treaty also enables the promotion of the sexualization
of children as young as five years old, and many sources believe it
could open a door to teach normalization of the homosexual
lifestyle. Carmouche further warns that it will intrude on US
"That's because our own Constitution actually does give treaties
that we sign the weight of the law of the land," he notes. "In
fact, we're basically giving our rights to make determinations in
terms of legislation to an unaccountable chosen foreign body of
According to GrassTopsUSA, the CRPD will ultimately eradicate
Three Republicans voted with the Democrat majority to send the
document to the Senate for approval. Carmouche believes it could
come up for a vote in the lame-duck session after the election.