The war on “straights” has official begun. Since Target announced to the world that they would allow transgenders in women’s bathrooms, the lines were drawn. Those who support the very small trans minority are on one side, and normal, cisgender Americans on the other.
We’ve seen celebrities like Bruce Springsteen boycott North Carolina over the state’s “bathroom bill” which bars transgenders from using women’s restrooms. Obama issued a directive to school districts that trannies must be allowed to use whatever bathrooms they want to, and if schools fail to comply, they will lose federal funding.
ESPN fired baseball great Curt Schilling over a Facebook post where he declared:
“A man is a man no matter what they call themselves, I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, men’s room was designed for the penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws telling us differently? Pathetic.”
Now, a security guard who removed a tranny from a women’s bathroom in D.C. has been arrested and may be charged with a hate crime. Obama’s & the left’s war on straights will continue to escalate. Some are speaking out, and some cities & states are fighting back.
Time to dust off your boots & jump in the battle, or militant homosexuals will overrun the front lines, and we’ll all end up in jail, or lose our jobs for defending our families, and what we believe is good, right and decent. ~FD
WASHINGTON, D.C., – A female security guard has been arrested and faces being charged with a potential hate crime for removing a biological male from a women’s restroom in the nation’s capital.
The unnamed guard asked the transgender man to leave a women’s bathroom in a Giant store near the intersection of H and Third St. NE in Washington, D.C., around noon on Monday.
When the 32-year-old man, who goes by the name Ebony Belcher, refused to leave, the guard escorted him out of the store.
Belcher said the woman told him, “You guys cannot keep coming in here and using our women’s restroom. They did not pass the law yet.”
The altercation allegedly turned physical, and the two were “getting into it and throwing stuff,” eyewitness Tony Pixley told WJLA-TV. “They went back and forth.”
After being expelled, Belcher contacted a “longtime transgender activist,” according to local NBC-4, a man who identifies as a female and goes by the name Earline Budd. Budd told Belcher to call the police.
The female guard was arrested for allegedly committing assault. The police report lists it as a potential hate crime