The president and his liberal administration has fought to open up girls and boys bathrooms and locker rooms to whomever “identifies” as that gender and has done so under the disguise of being inclusive and non-discriminatory.
In May of this year, Obama decreed that all school districts must open up all bathrooms for transgender students to use regardless of their actual gender or be at risk of losing taxpayer funding. After Obama’s bathroom decree, 13 states filed a lawsuit against the overreach of the administration.
The glaring problem with Obama’s plan is that it discriminates against every single girl and woman by putting them at risk to whomever decides to wander into their bathroom. It does not take their feelings or safety into account.
On Sunday, a federal judge in Texas ruled in favor of safety and common sense by ruling against Obama and his administration’s open bathroom policy. According to Fox, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor blocked Obama’s decree until it can be fought in the courtroom.
Judge O’Connor ruled that the Obama administration had “failed to comply” with federal laws when they issued their directive. While Judge O’Connor’s ruling doesn’t put an end to Obama’s plan, it means that Obama will have to fight for his agenda through the legal process and not just issue directives without any checks and balances.