THIS JUST IN: Third State REVOLTS Against Obama Bathroom Decree!

Another state has joined the revolt! After the Obama Administration's directive last night that all girls' public school bathrooms and locker rooms be open to males who "self-identify" as female, Texas and North Carolina joined forces to battle the U.S. government in court to block these executive orders.

Now, according to his Twitter page, Mississippi's Gov. Phil Bryant released this statement:

"The Mississippi Department of Education should disregard the so-called guidance the Obama administration has issued regarding public schools' restroom policies. The directive is nonbinding, and does not carry the force of law. Because these decision are better left to the states, and not made at the point of a federal bayonet, Mississippi's public schools should not participate in the president's social experiment."

However, it is easy to argue that the force of law is behind the White House's "guidance." According to The Washington Post, the U.S. Justice Department already has threatened to withhold North Carolina's federal school funding if they don't repeal their law clarifying that people must use the bathroom that corresponds with their biological sex whether or not it matches their "gender identity."

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