Look, The USAG does not Know the Meaning of Gender

Some of the things that we have to reports and discuss in public would have been more related to a comedy act skit on SNL rather than serious news. But it seems that there is no end to this slide into lunacy.

Everyone is aware of the law in North Carolina that requires people to use the restroom corresponding to their gender. I have reported that this will probably end with NC caving to federal threats. And that has been intensified today.

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The U.S. Department of Justice has sent a letter to the governor of North Carolina declaring that a newly-passed law requiring the use of government restrooms to be consistent with one’s birth gender violates the federal Civil Rights Act, and is demanding confirmation by Monday that officials “will not comply with or implement” the restroom requirement.

The letter, issued Wednesday to Gov. Pat McCrory, was written by Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, and accuses the state of violating federal law by not allowing men who identify as women and vice versa in the restroom that correlates with their gender identity.

“The State is engaging in a pattern or practice of discrimination against transgender state employees, and both you in your official capacity and the state are engaging in a pattern or practice of resistance to the full enjoyment of Title VII rights by transgender employees of public agencies,” she wrote.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act states that a person cannot be discriminated against by an employer on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, or religion. So this means that the DOJ is applying this to gender.

But, this would mean that there is a definition of gender. If there is a definition, then we should be able to determine a person’s gender. We would have to to determine if that was the basis for the discrimination.

The trouble this will cause for the DOJ, many who suffer from Gender dysfunction have not decided which gender they are yet. The only real test would be physical. If this is the test, then NC is in perfect compliance with the law.

But who uses logic anymore?

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