Ohio Pro-Life Organization Fires Communications Director Following Controversial Christian Social Media Interaction
Elizabeth Marbach, the communications director of Ohio Right to Life, has been fired after a controversial exchange on social media with Con...
Ohio Right to Life Fires Communications Director
Elizabeth Marbach, the communications director of Ohio Right to Life, has been fired after a controversial exchange on social media with Congressman Max Miller.
Controversial Social Media Post Goes Viral
Marbach's post on X stating that "There's no hope for any of us outside of having faith in Jesus Christ alone" went viral.
Termination Decision Made by Pro-Life Group
The decision to terminate Marbach's employment was made by Ohio Right to Life, a pro-life group.
Congressman Miller Criticizes Marbach
Miller, a Twitter user, shared a post from Marbach, expressing their disapproval of a tweet. Miller called Marbach's tweet one of the most bigoted they have ever seen and urged them to delete it. Miller emphasized that religious freedom in the United States applies to all religions and accused Marbach of crossing a line.
Marbach Reposts Miller's Tweet
In a recent tweet, Max Miller criticized someone named Lizzie for allegedly going too far and infringing on religious freedom in the United States. The tweet includes a link to a post that has been deleted. Another person named Marbach reposted Miller's tweet, adding that the quoted words are from Jesus himself and referencing scripture.
Jesus Quote Shared by Congressman
The content provided is a quote from Jesus, as mentioned by a Congressman. The quote states that Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life, and that no one can come to the Father except through him. The tweet also mentions that everyone will eventually acknowledge Jesus as Lord.
Miller Apologizes for Controversial Tweet
In a recent Twitter exchange, someone named Miller made a tweet that received backlash from many people. After facing criticism, Miller apologized for his tweet, acknowledging that it conveyed a message he did not intend and expressing sincere apologies to the person involved and anyone who read his post.
Marbach Given Resignation Option
Congressman Miller's wife, Emily Moreno Miller, is a Member Trustee at Ohio Right to Life. The Sentinel reported that someone named Marbach was given the choice to resign or receive a transition period but declined.
Dismissal Not Only Due to Viral Interaction
The article reports that the dismissal of an Ohio Right to Life employee, Laura Marbach, was not only due to her viral interaction with Congressman Miller but also because of a social media post where she referred to abortion activist Rachel Coyle as a "murderous liar." This post reportedly troubled a senior employee at Ohio Right to Life.
Ohio Right to Life Confirms Termination
Ohio Right to Life has confirmed that Elizabeth "Lizzie" Marbach is no longer employed at the organization. The decision was not based on any single event, contrary to claims on social media. Ohio Right to Life expressed appreciation for Marbach's service and wished her the best in her future endeavors.