BREAKING NEWS: 12th State SUES Obama

The attorney general of Texas made a bold move yesterday, suing the Obama administration over its directive to all public schools to open up girls bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports teams to males who self-identify as female.

According to WAPT, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Louisiana, Utah and Georgia joined the lawsuit, as well as Oklahoma, which is calling for the president's impeachment.

Now Gov. Phil Bryant of Mississippi says his state is onboard as well.


Bryant's spokesman Knox Graham said, "We have spoken to the Texas Attorney General's Office, and Gov. Bryant, as soon as possible, intends to join the lawsuit against this latest example of federal overreach."

Bryant was one of the first governors to oppose the directive when it was first issued, telling Mississippi's Department of Education to disregard Obama's "so-called guidance."

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