The majority of Americans don’t agree with Obama’s push to allow men to be able to use girl’s bathrooms. Now, even Native Americans have spoken out on the issue and have taken a stance that resembles North Carolina’s common sense policy.
At the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana, the leaders of the Indian nations voted 9-1 to require people to use the bathroom of their actual biological gender and stop Obama’s ridiculous agenda from encroaching onto their reservation. “We disagreed with the president’s mandate,” Councilman Ed Bauer said. “We don’t have trouble with it in regards to transgender or gay people. We just have a problem with male adults using bathrooms with young girls.”
The ruling from the sovereign nation angered the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) who feels that it is a civil right for people to use a bathroom based on whatever gender they feel that they are. According to the Blaze, the ACLU views the reservation’s common sense ruling as “anti-transgender” and therefore bigoted.
The Indian nations don’t see the issue as a major concern. “We have enough problems here with death and drugs,” Bauer said, “so maybe we’re just a little protective. I’m more concerned with being physically correct and protecting our children than being politically correct.”