Now, the North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 2 in special session on March 13 of this year. The bill sought to strike down an anti-discrimination provision in a recently passed Charlotte, North Carolina, ordinance, as well as to require transgender people in public agencies to use the bathrooms consistent with their sex as noted at birth, rather than the bathrooms that fit their gender identity. [my underlines]This "conflict" between sex "as noted at birth" and 'gender identity" exists solely because the left has had 50 odd years to create this "legal fiction" of gender. It successfully infiltrated the language because most people, like myself up to a few years ago, assumed and therefore used, gender and sex interchangebly. We thought that "gender" was a polite or "genteel" way of saying sex, much in the way that many parents avoid saying "sex" in front of their children. We had no idea that we were being primed to mentally accept a concept of self that was divorced from one's genetic code or body as it naturally developed. Once this new word (new speak) gained normalcy the next level was thrown down. This is where we have people referred to as "cis" this or that. The "cis" being borrowed from Chemistry where a compound may have the same chemical makeup but "present" physically different. But the important thing here is that for thousands of years and hundreds in the case of the US, there has never been a need to have this discussion in legal terms because the common culture was clear about the acceptability of transsexualism in the public square. It was not that such men and women did not exist, they simply knew better than to attempt certain public things. However; as the common culture has been under withering attack over the past 50-60 years, the left has taken off the mask and gone for broke.
The bill was signed into law that same day, and in so doing, the legislature and the governor placed North Carolina in direct opposition to federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex and gender identity.There are no federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender identity. Lynch knows this. There is federal laws against discrimination based on sex but transexuals are not being "discriminated against" based on their sex as the legislation does not pick on a tranny of only one actual sex. And that all assumes the law is "discrimination" at all. I don't even consider it "discriminatory" as no one is being denied access to any and all bathrooms. If a tranny feels so offput by a state agency or a private entity saying that he or she has to use the appropriate bathroom that they don't go to any bathroom, that is their choice. They better wear some Depends though. Tranny's who think they are men and who dress in "male" clothes and perhaps draw on some facial hair are free to enter any female bathroom and "take a seat". Similarly Tranny's who feel themselves to be women are free to dress in their "freakum dress" and paint up their face and enter the men's bathroom and assume the position at a urinal. They are free to do this like every other biological male and female in the United States. How is it discrimination? It is "discrimination" in the eyes of the Justice [sic] Department because they are now in the business of protecting "feelz". The left believes that there is some constitutional rights to "good feelz" (for them of course) and have been pursuing these policies like a rabid dog for the past couple of years. It is not surprising given that this is the result of a generation (and their parents) who have obsessed over the "feelz" of their children. Prizes of losing. Against spanking, etc. Continuing:
More to the point, they created state-sponsored discrimination against transgender individuals, who simply seek to engage in the most private of functions in a place of safety and security, a right taken for granted by most of us.As demonstrated above it does no such thing. It merely bars the mentally ill from imposing their mentally ill actions on the majority of the population that wants no part of it. I'm going to skip over a few paragraphs so as to get to the Big Point"
And what we must not do, what we must never do is turn on our neighbors, our family members, our fellow Americans for something that they cannot control and deny what makes them human. And this is why none of us can stand by when a state enters the business of legislating identity and insists that a person pretend to be something or someone that they are not or invents a problem that does not exist as a pretext for discrimination and harassment. [My underlines]Up is down. Left is right. Right is wrong. Persons who suffer from gender dysphoria are the only persons involved here who are "pretending to be something or someone they are not". It is not the state that is legislating identity. Lynch has put the cart before the horse and the driver is facing the wrong way. It is the state of North Carolina that is recognizing the actual identities of those persons suffering from gender dysphoria and deciding it will not play along (actually as of now they are ducking under the cover of "protected class"). That nobody in the conference, as far as I know, pointed this simple fact shows how far the rot has gotten. The Extortion/Theft Racket Now that the federal government has amassed so much power over the states, it is now able to strangle these states by extorting the taxes they remit to the federal government and stealing their tax monies to use as leverage against the states.
We are seeking a court order declaring HB-2’s restroom restriction impermissibly discriminatory, as well as a statewide bar on its enforcement. Now, while the lawsuit currently seeks declaratory relief, I want to note that we retain the option of curtailing federal funding to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and the University of North Carolina as this case proceeds.Assuming such an action is in fact a part of legislation that created this agency (or the agency doing the actual withholding), it shows the tyranny of good intentions. I'm almost certain that no legislator at the time of the passage of the legislation thought that it would be used in such a manner. These threats of withholding "federal money" as if it was created by the federal government as it's own property to dispense with however it wishes is something that should be addressed by Congress. The federal government gets it's money via taxes on the people. The purpose of those taxes is to carry out the function of government. I don't think it was every thought that the federal government could, after taking the taxpayer's money, refuse to deliver the services that it is obligated to render/ I was under the impression that it was congress that determined what and where money got spent by the federal government. This could be yet another example of the congress abdicating it's responsibility to some agency(ies) with disastrous consequences. This is what it has come to. Using (and staining) the legacy of black struggle for their civil rights due them as natural citizens. Not as people who take drugs to stop/delay puberty. Not as people who have "medical procedures" to remove perfectly functional body parts. Not as people who take drugs and hormones for the rest of their (usually) short lives with many ill effects. I reject any and all associations of the struggles of black folk with the mental issues of an extremely small (less than 1%) proportion of the population. The US government has gone full Orwell and it is using extortion tactics on a population it has carefully made dependent upon it to implement and enforce it's new rules.