North Carolina's Republican Gov. Pat McCrory had a shaky Sunday TV appearance, withering under questioning even by right-wing Chris Wallace.
Quizzed about why his state needed a law to ban transgender people from using their bathroom of choice, McCrory admitted no one has ever used trans protections to molest children, but:
This is an issue of expectation...And now President Obama and one of my successors as mayor of Charlotte wants government to have bathroom rules. I’m not interested in that. We did not start this on the right. Who started it was the political left. In Houston, Texas, and Charlotte, North Carolina. And now, frankly, in Washington, D.C.
Claiming he's being bullied by the feds, McCrory continued to argue that people of one gender have some sort of basic right to go to the public bathroom surrounded only by people of the same gender. I missed that line in the Constitution.
The fool has now gotten North Carolina to sue the Justice Department over its challenge of the heinous law.
Guess which side will win?
It's just ridiculous to me that this is such an issue, and it's transparent that the reason why is not genuine, ignorant fear that trans people will rape kids and wives, but just a general distaste for these icky people. So the right-wing argument, if they're being honest, would go something like:
You're gross. You're not allowed to pee near me. Pee at home. Which you probably can't afford to own because I would never hire you, or rent because if I did I would fire you once I figured you out. And for God's sake, don't ask me to bake you a cake.