More states join the fight against Obama's toilet tyranny agenda
President Obama's plan to put men in women's bathrooms isn't going so well. Just a few days ago we told you about 12 states fighting back against his decree that public schools pull the switcheroo or lose funding. Now even more states are on board. On Wednesday, Louisiana and Pennsylvania both blasted Obama's power grab.It does not hurt their legal arguments that the majority of voters in this country think Obama's edict is nuts. Attempting to cast the arguments of the proponents of mixed gender toilets as a new civil rights struggle also is not selling.
Louisiana's Attorney General Jeff Landry announced that he was fighting back in dramatic fashion, sending a letter across the state to the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, Board of Regents, Louisiana High School Athletic Association, Louisiana School Boards Association, Louisiana Community and Technical College System Board, and Office of Juvenile Justice declaring that Obama has "no legal authority" for the action.
He joins Texas and other states in making direct threat of legal action to protect the state from Obama's unlawful threats. And that's not all.
In Pennsylvania, a different sort of fight, as State lawmakers stand up against Federal overreach.
Pennsylvania House State Government Committee Majority Chairman Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) and 96 of his colleagues signed and sent a letter to President Obama calling his decree "spurious" and an "unconstitutional intrusion".
Again note that, as with every other state fighting this, they cite the law, the constitution, and Obama's abusive federal arm-twisting. Not "we hate transgender kids" or "down with gay marriage" or whatever other fake and grotesque emotional ploy the left throws out in their attempt to hide the true transgression. It's intolerance of abuse of power and subversion of the law, not intolerance of people.