Dictator Hussein Soetoro's proclamation regarding schools allowing transgender individuals to use the facilities corresponding to the individual's self-proclaimed gender instead of birth genders has hit a nerve among citizens all across the nation. Dear leader attempted to solidify his decree by using the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which he redefines "sex" to mean "gender identity" and proclaims transgender individuals experience the same type of discrimination as blacks in the 1960s before the CRA. Unfortunately for the self-proclaimed King and Dictator, the Coalition of African-American Pastors (CAAP) is challenging the proclamation stating, "the Obama administration's assertion that single-sex bathrooms are discriminating against gender-confused individuals in much the same way that blacks experienced discrimination in the United States is a 'gross insult' to all who fought for equality for African-Americans."
Rev. Bill Owens, president of CAAP, wrote Breitbart News, stating, "There is simply no relation between the struggles that Black Americans have faced and the desire of a tiny minority group to violate the dignity and privacy of women and girls. To suggest some sort of equivalence is a gross insult to all of those who marched with Dr. King and faced fire hoses and hatred in the name of equality."
Owens' statement comes on the heels of the Obama decree for schools and the Departments of [Un]Education and [In]Justice file a lawsuit against the State of North Carolina for its refusal to bow to federal decrees, citing a civil rights violation of discrimination as well as other offenses. Attorney "Genderal" Loretta Lynch claims, more appropriately declares, the rights of transgender individuals trumps the rights of communities and the common sense privacy rule that women use women's facilities and likewise for men. With the Department of [Un]Education on board, this decree will strip the single-sex bathrooms, single-sex locker-rooms, and privacy away from about 55 million students attending the 100,000 K-12 public schools.
With Hussein Soetoro and Congress set to amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to accommodate gender-confused, mentally ill individuals in the form of HB 3185, Owens blasts this bill as "an affront to the Black Community and a theft of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy."
Owens asserts that the "Black Pastors will not allow the homosexual and transgender communities to rob Black Americans of their battle for civil rights!" Owens states, "If the Rev. Martin Luther King were alive to see this today, he would be angered in the same way that Jesus was angered when he turned over the tables of the money changers." He continually refers to the Hussein Soetoro administration's hijacking of the civil rights movement to make sodomites and transgender individuals a political and social engineering agenda a "theft and outright extortion and usurpation of the Civil Rights Movement."
Owens issued a call to action for all Black Americans and Americans in opposition to this insanity agenda perpetrated by the Dictator-in-Chief.
“We call all black Americans to stand up and fight for the sanctity of Martin Luther King’s accomplishments for our race,” he said. “There is simply no relation between the struggles that Black Americans have faced and the desire of a tiny minority group to violate the dignity and privacy of women and girls.”
“Transgendered persons are not asking for equal rights—they are asking for special rights that violate the privacy of women and simple common sense,” Owens added. “CAAP calls on all those who oppose this unwarranted expansion of the Civil Rights Act to contact their representatives in Congress today and let them know how you feel about this bill.”
The CAAP Women’s Ministry has launched a petition for women of any race or faith to urge Congress to “protect the dignity and privacy of women and girls and ensure that they (and only they) should be permitted in women’s locker rooms, showers, and bathrooms.”
While the issue is mainly focused on men in women's facilities violating the dignity and privacy of women and girls, this issue also applies to women in men's facilities that violate the dignity and privacy of men and boys.
Owens, CAAP and the CAAP Women's Ministry is dead right in confronting Hussein Soetoro in his comparison. There is absolutely no comparison to the civil rights movement and the sodomite and transgender issue. And, Owens hit the nail on the head when describing this as a "political and social engineering agenda." This decree by Hussein Soetoro has zero to do with invented "rights" of transgender and sodomite individuals; it is all about subjugating the people to despotism and tyranny.
So far, Dictator Soetoro has been successful in issuing "decrees" the people have followed and Congress has been complicit in supporting. Likewise, the States have complied for fear of losing federal money. Since the subjugation of the States in the War to Enslave the States, the federal government has worked diligently to strip all authority from the States. Unfortunately for Americans, the States have complied due to threats of with-holding funds. The mantra "crime doesn't pay" does not apply to the extortion of the States by the federal government.
Both North Carolina and Texas are standing against this over-reach of the federal government where the "bathroom" issue is concerned. It's time for other States to join and citizens to step up to the plate to protect school children, women, girls, men and boys. It is time to throw the unconstitutional Department of [Un]Education into File 13 since it is constitutional to do so.
The Constitution for the united States of America enumerates specific and limited powers to Congress. Missing from this list is the authority to dictate education across all 50 States. While some may argue it is permissible under the "Inter-State commerce clause" and to "standardize" educational curricula, education of a State's population does not cross state lines and no authority is given the federal government to "standardize" curricula of public schools. Powers and authorities not enumerated to the federal government are powers and authorities of the State or the people as asserted in the Tenth Amendment.
The authority of the President outlined in Article II of the Constitution for the united States of America empowers the President to "take care that the laws be faithfully executed." Faithfully executing the law does not equal "establishing law by decree or executive order" because Congress refuses to act, the President disagrees with the laws constitutionally legislated by Congress, the individual occupying the Office of the President wants to promote an agenda or engage in social engineering, or believes the federal government should "rule" over the entities that created it – We the People. By decreeing this "bathroom" policy, the President has engaged in over-reach of his authority thereby violating the Constitution and his oath of office, which are grounds for impeachment.
Individual heads of the many federal agencies and departments, constitutional as well as unconstitutional, can and should refuse to follow lawlessness. If they do not, Congress has the power to impeach those individuals as well. The same goes for the Supreme Court. Instead of following the Constitution, Congress ignores its duty and representatives ignore their oath by allowing Lois Lerner, Eric Holder, and others to remain free after engaging in criminal activity. Supreme Court justices are being allowed to make law in violation of the Constitution with impunity. And, one of the biggest criminals ever to serve in the federal government, Hillary Clinton, is being allowed to run for president in spite of her questionable activities and crimes against the united States. Worse still, sheeple die-hard Democrat citizens and politicians support this woman.
Moreover, the Constitution does not give authority to Congress to legislate in areas where the States hold power and authority. Doing so constitutes over-reach by Congress. Since all 435 members of the House of Representatives are up for re-election, it is time Americans replace these "career politicians," RINOs, Communist Democrats, representatives who view it their duty to be representatives of Hispanics, Muslims and illegal alien invaders while ignoring their constitutions, and all others who have failed to uphold their oath and perform their duties according to the Constitution. In other words, it is time for these lame ducks to be relegated to the pond of retirement.
There have been rumors that Articles of Impeachment against Hussein Soetoro, drafted by the North American Law Center, have been delivered to a member of the House of Representatives. Yet, the only action taken by the House against the American Dictator were made by Rep. Ted Soho (R-FL) in the form of introducing a "Resolution of Condemnation and Censure." Where is that "gem" in the process?
Now, where are all the other "Christian" groups in standing against this atrocious despotism that is an affront to citizens of this nation? Where are the groups, which are not Christian but hold the same opinion on this issue, in standing against their children being subjected to this ridiculous "order?" Two States out of 50 have voiced their resistance, where are the others?
When it comes to lawless executive orders and failure of Congress to reign in a man acting as Dictator instead of president, the people have a duty to engage in civil disobedience and States have the duty to challenge the president on his lawlessness and limited authority. It is time for citizens to do their due diligence in combating this egregious proclamation, a corrupt Congress and criminal administration. If citizens do not band together to fight this agenda, corruption and criminal behavior of the federal government, the people of the united States deserve every judgment God will make against this nation and to be enslaved to the political elitist bureaucrats, the Supreme Court, and wealthy oligarchs.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.