Sunday, July 4, 2021

Just Two SCOTUS Justices Believe That Only a Woman Can Be a Woman; SCOTUS Gives Democrats Free Rein To Transgender Public Schools

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Just two SCOTUS justices believe that only a woman can be a woman:
In a Supreme Court term largely devoid of hot-button cases, it's more telling what the high court declines to rule upon than what it does rule on.
It's not like we are asking a supposed 6-3 conservative majority on the court to overturn long-standing bad precedent enshrining the left's cultural rotgut into the 14th Amendment. We merely ask that the justices not add new phantom precedent under the banner of a conservative court. Yet only two justices evidently believe in the most basic facts of nature — up to and including a man being a man and a woman being a woman.
Even before Trump appointed three allegedly conservative justices to the court, I always thought the lower court ruling in Gloucester v. Grimm, one of the pioneering transgender cases, would be overturned. I guess I gave the "conservative" gatekeepers of judicial nominations too much credit.
In April 2016, Judge Henry Floyd, an Obama appointee on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, wrote a 2-1 decision (Grimm v. Gloucester County School Board) forcing a local school board to comply with Obama's executive overreach, which demands that schools allow boys into girls' bathrooms (and vice versa).
At issue is a girl in Gloucester County, Virginia, who wanted to use the boys' bathroom in school. The liberals who are at war with the most inviolable science in our everyday lives believe that she is really a he. When the school board refused to change nature due to an unfortunate mental disorder, the student sued in district court in 2015, claiming discrimination based on an absurd reading of Title IX proposed by Obama's Department of Education. --->READ MORE HERE
Supreme Court Gives Democrats Free Rein To Transgender Public Schools:
The Supreme Court has all but guaranteed the U.S. legal system will adopt an extremist view of transgender law.
On June 28, the Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal in the Title IX transgender case Gloucester County School Board v. Grimm. In denying a local school board’s petition for review, the Supreme Court has all but guaranteed that the lower courts—and the Biden administration—will adopt an extreme view of transgender discrimination that threatens parental rights, privacy rights, and the right to free speech and free exercise of religion. Here’s why.
In 2020, in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court held R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. EEOC that transgender discrimination is, by its very nature, sex discrimination and thus prohibited under Title VII, which bans discrimination in employment on the basis of an individual’s sex. The majority opinion, authored by Justice Neil Gorsuch, reasoned that “an employer who fired an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions that it would not have questioned in members of a different sex. Sex plays a necessary and undisguisable role in the decision, exactly what Title VII forbids.”
While declaring transgender discrimination illegal, the majority refused to delineate what exactly constitutes such discrimination, stressing “the only question before us is whether an employer who fires someone simply for being homosexual or transgender has discharged or otherwise discriminated against that individual ‘because of such individual’s sex.” Since “sex-segregated bathrooms, locker rooms, and dress codes,” as well as other anti-discrimination laws such as Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in educational institutions, were not before the court, the majority claimed not to “prejudge any such question today.” --->READ MORE HERE

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