An Ohio pro-life group has dismissed its communications director after a Jewish Republican Congressman whose wife sits on the organization’s board criticized her for tweeting that “there is no hope for any of us outside of having faith in Jesus Christ alone.”
Elizabeth Marbach, the now former communications director of Ohio Right to Life, became the center of national media attention this week after Rep. Max Miller criticized her Tuesday post on X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter.
Miller, who is Jewish, called the tweet “one of the most bigoted” tweets he had ever seen even though Miller’s sentiment is a mainstream belief of Christianity. Miller’s wife, Emily Moreno Miller, serves as a board member of Ohio Right to Life, a state-level group that educates the public about abortion and advocates for pro-life legislation.
Marbach told The Sentinel in a Thursday statement that she was let go from her position with Ohio Right to Life. Internal communications reviewed by the newspaper suggest that Marbach was given the opportunity to resign or enter a transitional period before dismissal but she declined. . .
“Ohio Right to Life can confirm that Elizabeth ‘Lizzie’ Marbach is no longer employed at Ohio Right to Life,” Ohio Right to Life CEO Peter Range wrote in a statement. “This decision was not based on any single event as some on social media claim. We appreciate Lizzie’s service and wish her the best in future endeavors.” (Read more from “Ohio Right to Life Fires Communications Director After Viral ‘Faith in Christ Alone’ Post” HERE)
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