Awesome Mom Gets "Grounded" For Posting THIS Transgender Photo

If you think it's a free social media space out there, think again. There are definitely things you can do to get you kicked off--and it's not the things like nudity or swearing that you're thinking of. It's standing for conservative values. Kristi Merritt, in response to the bathroom bills allowing men into women's bathrooms (in the name of transgender equality), posted this photo on Facebook.


First dressed as a football player, she asked, “Does this make me Russell Wilson?”  Then dressed as a pirate, she asked, “Does this make me a pirate?”

“Then how can this make a man into a woman?” Merritt challenged, posting a photo of a dress and purse. 

Merritt ended her post saying, “A man in women's clothes does not make him a woman. Men should not get to be in our bathrooms or lockers! #‎JustWantPrivacy #‎BeBold."

Her post got thousands of likes, but Facebook wasn't so pleased. Life Site News reports that, "A family friend and Merritt’s husband then reported that Merritt was banned from posting on Facebook for a week." The picture was also falsely flagged for nudity, in attempt to get it taken down.

Seems the message of standing for women and children's safety is very threatening to the liberal community! What do you think of Merritt's bold and creative post? What do you think of the transgender bathroom ordinance? Let us hear your thoughts in the Comments! Thank you!

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