The latest social justice project embarked upon by the Obama administration involved making sure grown men can use women’s bathrooms and not get punished for it.
Newsmax reported that the Obama administration has compared this “struggle” to the Jim Crow laws that the South is infamous for, but that comparison hasn’t set well with several prominent conservative black activists.
“This is not the first time that we have seen discriminatory responses to historic moments of progress for our nation. We saw it in the Jim Crow laws that followed the Emancipation Proclamation,” said Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who is black, while filing a lawsuit against North Carolina over their bathroom laws.
Members of Project 21, a national organization of conservative blacks, were outraged over this analogy and quickly issued a response blasting Obama, Lynch and others for having the audacity to compare putting men in women’s restrooms to the struggle for equal rights for blacks.
“Middle- and upper-income whites in search of artificial oppressed person status can do so without using our history to prop up delusional defenses,” stated Nadra Enzi, a Project 21 member.
“The fact that co-conspirators in this farce include a (black) president of the United States … and black U.S. attorney general speaks volumes on how far some have strayed away from the straight and narrow path pioneered by the Civil Rights Movement and the moral culture which produced it,” he explained.
He was absolutely correct. Letting men who have some mental disorder causing them to think they are women into women’s bathrooms is not even close to what this country went through during the Civil Rights era.
It took real men of courage to stand up to actual oppression and win. The leaders of the Civil Rights movement fought to vote and walk into buildings without being kicked out –they didn’t fight to walk into women’s bathrooms because they wanted to experiment with their gender.
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