Attorney General Janet Lynch argued May 9 that any one person’s desire to choose a male or female “gender identity” is more important than Americans’ right to sexual privacy in shared public facilities, such as bathrooms and school locker rooms. “This action is about a great deal more than just bathrooms,” Lynch declared Monday, without setting any definition or limits on her demand that people have a right to change their “gender identity.” This is about the dignity and respect we accord our fellow citizens and the laws that we, as a people and as a country, have enacted to protect them – indeed, to protect all of us. And it’s about the founding ideals that have led this country – haltingly but inexorably – in the direction of fairness, inclusion and equality for all Americans. This unprecedented federal power-grab over the nation’s civic culture — and of the nation’s toilets and bathrooms, K-12 locker rooms and showers, and of retail stores’ changing rooms — is likely intended to boost progressive anger and political action before November 2016. That’s partly because some progressives view the issues of “transgender rights” — more accurately, the right to choose a “gender identity” — as a matter of fundamental fairness to a tiny minority. As few as 1 in every 2,400 Americans want to live and dress like members of the opposite sex, according to a study of the 2010 census. But Lynch is also risking a huge rebuke from the public, which is increasingly opposed to the forced removal of single-sex bathrooms and K-12 facilities and retail changing rooms. There you have it the head of law enforcement in America believes that things like perverted men, must be allowed to take photos and perhaps make sexual advancements on women and their children in public bathrooms. They must be accepted they say, you know those men who want to use public restrooms dressed as women, so that they can take voyeur shots of women and children in public restrooms and changing rooms. So guess what America. Our Federal DOJ supports men who possibly post child porn and unwarranted voyeurism on the internet. We now have a DOJ who is against cops doing their jobs, and a DOJ who allows photo snapping men voyeurs in public bathrooms and female changing rooms in America. We officially have a justice department who doesn't understand justice, laws, or morals. We have a DOJ who thinks the use of toilets and who uses them is something worth fighting for, while Hillary remains on the campaign trail and our borders remain open for people who hate us.
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