Friday, May 20

Store security guard tells man to leave womens' restroom; local cops arrest *guard*

How do the emperor's decrees force you to do what they want, regardless of the law?  Take a look.
D.C. police have charged a security guard at a grocery store with simple assault after a transgender woman said the guard forced her [politically-correct usage noted] out of the women’s restroom.

Ebony Belcher, 32, said that while she asked a store employee to point her to the restroom and passed a female security officer standing in the hallway.  According to Belcher the officer came into the restroom and told her to get out.  She said the guard told her, “You guys cannot keep coming in here and using our women’s restroom. They did not pass the law yet.”

She said she called police and reported the incident after she left the store. According to a police report, officers arrested the guard after the confrontation.
Getting arrested would seem damned annoying, not to mention expensive.  How willing do you think  a "security guard" who learns about this incident will be to kick a man out of the women's restroom?

You may well wonder how it could be that if DC doesn't have a law allowing men to use womens' facilities, the DC cops arrest the security guard.  Good question.

The answer is that DC is and has always been run by leftists, who take their cues from the Democrat emperor.  And the cops are quick to discern what their political masters want.

It may well be that letting men use womens' facilities is a great idea.  In that case it should be easy to get legislators to pass a law to that effect.  But it's SO much faster and easier to simply order the DoJ to give written notice that the emperor's regime will henceforth consider any attempt to bar this as a civil-rights violation.

Oh, and for those liberal who claim this story is simply false--a fabrication by some goofy, biased outlet like Faux News:  You're right about goofy and biased.  But the source was NBC's TV station in DC.


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