A company that processes online payments is getting into the bathroom business.
- Walker Wildmon
Over the past few weeks there have been two laws passed that have sent liberals over the edge.
First, the city council in Charlotte, NC passed a resolution that said men could go in women’s restrooms. In return, the state legislature convened in a special session and passed a state-wide law which clarified that biological men have to go to men’s restrooms and biological women have to go to women’s restrooms.
The governor of North Carolina was no fan of the Charlotte ordinance from the get-go because it could “create major public safety issues." And, the governor was correct. This ordinance would have allowed 45 year-old John to use the same bathroom as 6 year old Susie. Can you imagine taking your little girl to the bathroom and out comes a big hairy man, similar to the caveman fellow on the Geico commercials?
Thought this couldn’t get worse? You were wrong. PayPal decided they weren’t going to stand for gender specific restrooms. Thus they cancelled expansion plans that would have created nearly 400 new jobs for the great state of North Carolina.
PayPal is now a crusader for immorality. A company that processes online payments is getting into the bathroom business. Actually, PayPal is leading the way for our wives and daughters to be preyed upon by men all in the name of “equality.”
Up next is the Magnolia State of Mississippi. Last week the governor signed the “Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act.” This law keeps the government from forcing business owners, pastors, and others to participate in a same sex marriage ceremony.
Just as Bryan Adams cancelled his concert in Mississippi because he disagrees with this law, Christians shouldn’t be forced to participate in a same sex wedding ceremony that they have religious objections to. Adams is refusing service to Mississippians which is his legal right. On the other hand, when Baronelle Stutzman and Melissa Klein refused to participate in a same-sex ceremony they were dragged into court and fined. The hypocrisy of Bryan Adams is glaring. If he doesn’t believe Mississippians have the right to refuse services then why is he refusing services by cancelling his concert?
It’s not over yet.
The Human Rights Campaign continues to gather support from big corporations that are against these two laws in an attempt to bully North Carolina and Mississippi. The LGBT activists have descended upon these corporations and infiltrated their HR departments. Consequently, many of the CEOs are merely rubberstamping the press releases their HR departments are creating and sending out, without even reading the laws they are decrying. They’re just going on what the bullies at Big Gay say. Now there are dozens of major businesses marching to the orders of the LGBT lobby.
To future legislators and governors who will have to face these corporate bullies, just call Governor Pat McCrory and Governor Phil Bryant. They’ve sent HRC and their counterparts hiking.