Once again we are forced to write about our state and local governments taking a stand against our despotic federal government and it’s leader, Barack Obama. This time the offending cause is President Obama’s recent attempt to force every public school in the nation to move to “genderless” facilities or face losing their federal funding. Thankfully, there are still those with the backbone to stand up to the corrupt depravity and utter lawlessness of the evil Obama administration. Texas, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Utah and Georgia, plus the Arizona Department of Education and Paul LePage, the Governor of Maine have all banded together to defy President Obama and defend their children from the liberal attempt to debase our culture.
The lawsuit argues that the federal government has overstepped its constitutional boundaries by demanding that the states comply with an order that has not passed through the legislature.
“Defendants have conspired to turn workplace and educational settings across the country into laboratories for a massive social experiment, flouting the democratic process, and running roughshod over commonsense policies protecting children and basic privacy rights,” the lawsuit says.
Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) tweeted his decision to fight back on Wednesday afternoon.
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) May 25, 2016
Then later on Wednesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the lawsuit and told America that Texas would lead the charge in the fight against Obama’s latest federal overreach.
(Below is part of the press conference with the announcement – you can see the whole press conference at News 4 San Antonio.)
You can add your voice and join these 11 courageous states in their fight to stop Obama’s lawlessness by demanding that your state, city, and school districts join in the fight. We’ve drawn up a petition that will be delivered to every Capitol building in the nation, telling your lawmakers and representatives to stop Obama’s tyranny and protect your children.
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