1. Bible doesn't say don't judge, it says judge not lest ye be judge, before calling us to call out immorality. TLDR: don't condemn people if you do it too, but do point out the wrong when they do it.
And if someone knows the negative consequences of a bad choice, they can speak from experience to say why NOT to do it.
2. To paraphrase Dennis Prager, it is the people in poverty and the knife edge of survival who can't afford relativistic ethics and what is right for right now. They need clear rules of don't steal, don't cheat on your wife, don't murder. They can't afford a broken marriage with divided attention and two people with two rent checks. They can't afford an illegitimate baby (which has 3x the rate of poverty than with married parents). They can't afford to be sent to jail until someone makes bail or might find an attorney in three weeks.
3. On the transgender issue, it is the ultimate example of liberals valuing feelings over facts and valuing the smallest minority over everyone else's rights. A mentally ill man in a dress (80%+ of transgenders are male, fewer than a quarter have the male plumbing removed) says he identifies as a woman. Now liberals demand that he has access to women's showers, changing rooms, locker rooms, the girls' dorm, the girls' cabin on trips.
The privacy rights of all the women are moot, the one person with gender dysphoria trumps their privacy rights - and the Department of Justice said you can't discriminate against a teenaged boy who identifies as a girl, he must have be naked in the girls' locker room or we take away Title 9 funding. Target said the same thing, and the dozens of people already reported in a matter of weeks for filming girls in changing rooms and entering bathrooms hasn't phased management.
But if you complain about the ill man in the locker room, whether about him being a potential rapist or just crazy, YOU are the one the liberals condemn.
And I do know about this because I had one sexually harassing me at work in the women's bathrooms where no one else could see (I was one of the only women in the department.)