The Obama administration has taken two extraordinary steps this week in their attempt to pander to so-called “LGBT Rights” activists, and both of them are getting huge backlash. From citizens, and from states.
North Carolina fought back with a countersuit. But they do not stand alone. Eight states, including North Carolina, have signed on to a brief to a federal appeals court asking to re-hear a case with a Virginia transgender student seeking to use the boys’ bathroom. The others are West Virginia, Arizona, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, and Maine.
There are also declarations being made by Governors against the administration’s obvious overreach.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchison advises schools to disregard Obama’s decree altogether.
— Gov. Asa Hutchinson (@AsaHutchinson) May 13, 2016
Alabama‘s Attorney General issued his own statement.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin made a statement on Facebook.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder made a blistering statement in support of North Carolina and condemning the Justice Department:
North Carolina, West Virginia, Arizona, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Maine, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, and Alabama. That’s 12.
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