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Monday, October 10, 2016

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All I can say is Donald FUCK YOU!
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As the party withers and dies.
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I have another puzzle for you.
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If you are wise you will listen to me
What are you when you grab a pussy?
A filthy pig with an IQ of three. 
Then you lose another debate
All I have to say is check mate
What a filthy pig Trump is!

Trumpa lumpa doopidy die
Everything Trump says is a lie.

Trumpa lumpa his bankruptcies
Students screwed Trump University
Trumpty Dumpty building a wall
Trumpty Dumpty had a great fall

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I have another puzzle for you.
Trumpa lumpa dumpity dee
If you are wise you will listen to me
What are you when you grab a pussy?
A filthy pig with an IQ of three. 
Then you lose another debate
All I have to say is check mate
What a filthy pig Trump is!

Trumpa lumpa doopidy di
Everything Trump says is a lie.

Trumpa lumpa bankruptcy
Students screwed at Trump University
Trumpty Dumpty building a wall
Trumpty Dumpty had a great fall

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Friday, October 7, 2016

Trump's Inheritance: How Much Did He Receive From His Father's Will?

CNN hs agreed to ask questions of Trump and Hillary that are submitted by real people to Open Debate .Com

The link asks the question, How money did you receive from your parent's will. Trump's father Fred was worth at least $200 million when he died. Trump has lied about the $14 million his father gave him in the 70's. 

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Monday, September 26, 2016

Trump Clinton Debate Fact Checked

This is a partial list of Trump's lies in the first debate. READ ALL TRUMP'S LIES HERE

ABC News‎ - 2 mins ago

CBS News‎ - 15 mins ago

11:28 p.m. Donald Trump claims that NATO countries -- along with Japan and South Korea -- don’t pay the United States for the defense our country provides them.

TRUMP STATEMENT: “We defend Japan. We defend Germany. We defend South Korea. We defend Saudi Arabia. We defend countries. They do not pay us what they should be paying us because we are providing a tremendous service. And we’re losing a fortune. That’s why we’re losing. We lose on everything. All I said is that it is very possible that if they don’t pay us, because this isn’t 40 years ago… they may have to defend themselves or they have to help us out.”

FACT CHECK: According to the Wall Street Journal, South Korea paid about $866.6 million in 2014 to the U.S. for the American military presence in the country (which is meant to deter North Korea). That’s about 40 percent of the total cost.
For Japan this year, the country actually covers 90 percent of the cost of Japanese nationals employed by U.S. military bases, including most of the utility costs, rent, and noise abatement. Altogether, the Japanese pay $4 billion of U.S. “base-related expenses.”
On the whole, Trump’s comment about the U.S. shouldering an undue burden under NATO in defense expenditures is not entirely off base. U.S. expenditures as a share of GDP is 3.61 percent, whereas the next closest contributor is Greece’s share (2.38 percent of Greece’s GDP). Most of the partner nations pay quite a bit less than the suggested two percent of GDP that NATO puts in its guidelines.


11:19 p.m. Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton has spent “hundreds of millions of dollars” on negative ads against him and that he is now “winning or tied” in the polls after spending “practically nothing.”

TRUMP STATEMENT: “She spent hundreds of millions of dollars on negative ads on me, many of which are absolutely untrue, they’re untrue and they’re misrepresentations and I will tell you this, Lester, it’s not nice and I don’t deserve that. But it’s certainly not a nice thing that she’s done. It’s hundreds of millions of ads and the only gratifying thing is, I saw the the polls come in today and with all of that money over $200 million spent and I’m either winning or tied and I’ve spent practically nothing.”

FACT CHECK: This is mostly false. Clinton has not yet spent “hundreds of millions of dollars” on advertising – she has spent just about $100 million overall. Clinton spent $109.4 million on ads through Sept. 13, according to Bloomberg, compared to Trump’s $18.7 million. A Politico article from Aug. 23 cited data from Advertising Analytics as saying that 55 percent of Clinton’s ads were attacks on Trump and 45 percent were positive spots.

10:55 p.m. Hillary Clinton claims Donald Trump would not rent apartments to African-Americans.

CLINTON STATEMENT: “Donald Trump started his career back in 1973 being sued by the Justice Department for racial discrimination because he would not rent apartments in one of his developments to African-Americans, and he made sure that the people who worked for him understood the policy. He was actually sued twice by the Justice Department. So he has a long record of engaging in racist behavior.”   

FACT CHECK: The Justice Department filed a lawsuit in 1973 against Trump Management, a company led by Trump, who was its president, alleging they used tactics to discriminate against black tenants, according to an August investigation by the Los Angeles Times. A 1973 New York Times story said that the Justice Department “charged that the company had required different rental terms and conditions because of race and that it had misrepresented to blacks that apartments were not available.” In what was the first quote from Trump ever published by the Times, he said of the charges “They are absolutely ridiculous...we have never discriminated...and we never would.” And he counter-sued.
Trump and DOJ came to an agreement two years later in which Trump Management “promised not to discriminate against blacks, Puerto Ricans and other minorities,” according to a June 11, 1975 New York Times story. 

HILLARY TOLD THE TRUTH! Trump is a racist!

10:49 p.m. Donald Trump claims that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) controls a lot of the oil in Libya.

TRUMP STATEMENT:  ISIS has “oil all over the place, including the oil, a lot of the oil, in Libya.”

FACT CHECK: According to a Bloomberg analysis, Libyan oil fields and pipelines are controlled by a combination of the Government of National Accord, allies of the Tripoli Petroleum Facilities Guard, and the Libyan National Army (and groups aligned with them).
Claudia Gazzini, a Tripoli-based senior analyst at the International Crisis Group, told the Washington Post that it was simply not true that the Islamic State has control of any Libyan oil.

“While it is true that ISIS has attacked oil fields in the Sirte basin area and destroyed key equipment there, they have not sought to keep control of the oil fields,” Gazzini said.


10:44 p.m. Donald Trump claims “stop and frisk” policies in New York City worked well and brought the crime rate “way down.”

TRUMP STATEMENT: Debate moderator Lester Holt said, “‘Stop and frisk’ was ruled unconstitutional in New York, because it largely singled out black and hispanic young men—”
Trump replied: “No, you’re wrong. It went before a judge who was a very against police judge. It was taken away from her and our mayor, our new mayor, refused to go forward with the case. They would have won an appeal.”

FACT CHECK: In Floyd v. City of New York, U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin -- a Bill Clinton appointee -- found “stop and frisk” policies in New York City violated the Constitution’s Fourth  and Fourteenth Amendments. Scheindlin ordered the city to reform the policies.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration appealed the ruling, and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals suspended the order. The court sent it back to be tried under a new judge. Ultimately, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio decided not to pursue the appeal upon election in 2014, meaning Scheindlin’s ruling was held and the appeal was dropped.

Trump said murder is up in New York City, but murder is actually down 4.3 percent this year-to-date. 

The murder rate, however, is up 7.9 percent over the last two years -- which is probably what Trump means since 2014 is the last time “stop and frisk” was implemented in New York.


CLINTON STATEMENT: “When we talk about your business, you’ve taken business bankruptcy six times. There are a lot of great business people who haven’t taken bankruptcy once.”

FACT CHECK: Clinton is correct. When Politifact looked into this issue, they found six times that Trump has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection: The Trump Taj Mahal in 1991; Trump Castle in 1992; Trump Plaza and Casino in 1992; the Plaza Hotel in 1992; Trump Hotels and Casinos Resorts in 2004; and Trump Entertainment Resorts in 2009.

10:36 p.m. Donald Trump claims that Hillary Clinton started the “birther” movement.

TRUMP STATEMENT: “Well, it’s very simple to say. Sidney Blumenthal works for the campaign and a very close friend of Secretary Clinton, and her campaign manager, Patty Doyle, went to—they were in the campaign, her campaign against President Obama, fought very hard, and you can go look it up and you can check it out, and if you look at CNN this past week, Patty Solis Doyle was on Wolf Blitzer saying that this happened. Blumenthal sent McClatchy, a highly respected reporter at McClatchy, to Kenya to find out about it, they were pressing it very hard, she failed to get the birth certificate. When I got involved, I didn’t fail, I got him to give the birth certificate.”

FACT CHECK: This has been Trump’s line since the “birther” issue resurfaced this fall, but Clinton’s campaign has repeatedly denied being involved. Patti Solis Doyle, Clinton’s 2008 campaign manager, told Wolf Blitzer a volunteer forwarded an email promoting “birtherism” and that that person was fired. “The campaign nor Hillary did not start the ‘birther’ movement, period, end of story,” Solis Doyle told CNN, saying the volunteer’s actions were “beyond the pale” and that Clinton called Obama campaign manager David Plouffe to apologize.

Blumenthal, a longtime Clinton confidante but not a current campaign staffer, denies ever contacting McClatchy; the former McClatchy bureau chief, James Asher, recently said he clearly recalled the conversation with Blumenthal.
--CBS News’ Donald Judd

10:28 p.m. Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump supported the invasion of Iraq.
CLINTON STATEMENT: “Donald supported the invasion of Iraq.” (Trump replied: “I did not support the war in Iraq.”)

FACT CHECK: Donald Trump supported the invasion of Iraq. Howard Stern interview interviewed Donald Trump on Sept. 11, 2002, noted Buzzfeed. “Are you for invading Iraq?” Howard Stern asked him, and Trump answered, “Yeah, I guess so.”

10:17 p.m. Hillary Clinton claims Donald Trump did not pay workers what he owed them. 

CLINTON STATEMENT: “Your campaign manager said that you built a lot of businesses on the backs of other people. I have met a lot of the people who are stiffed by your business. I’ve met gardeners, dishwashers, architects, glass installers, drapery installers, like my dad was who you refused to pay when they finished the work you asked them to do. We have one of the architects in the audience who designed one of the clubhouses of your golf course. It’s a beautiful facility. It was immediately put to use, and you wouldn’t pay what you said you would pay him.”

FACT CHECK: Clinton was referring to architect Andrew Tesoro, who is featured in a Clinton campaign video saying thatTrump didn’t pay his firm thousands of dollars. But Tesoro was also interviewed by Forbes in July and said despite being shorted “a huge amount of money,”

USA Today did a further analysis of worker payments and found Trump, “has been involved in more than 3,500 lawsuits over the past three decades — and a large number of those involve ordinary Americans…who say Trump or his companies have refused to pay them”


10:10 p.m. Hillary Clinton says the “gun epidemic” is the top cause of death among African Americans.
CLINTON STATEMENT: “The gun epidemic is the leading cause of death of young African American men, more than the next nine causes put together.”

FACT CHECK: This is true: 2014 CDC data shows that 1,505 black males age 20-24 died of homicide by firearm. The next nine leading causes of death together totaled 1,424.

10:07 p.m. Donald Trump claims that his lawyers have told him not to release his tax returns.

TRUMP STATEMENT: “My lawyers say don’t do it. In fact watching the shows, reading the papers…almost every lawyer says you don’t release your returns until the audit is complete. When the audit is complete I’ll do it.”
FACT CHECK: In the letter from Trump’s lawyers released by his campaign, they do NOT say the taxes should not be released. Trump’s tax returns from 2002 through 2008 are closed administratively by agreement with the IRS. Audits for years 2009 and forward are ongoing.

An IRS spokesperson also told the Washington Post that nothing -- including an audit -- “prevents individuals from sharing their own tax information.”

9:50 p.m. Hillary Clinton claims that Donald Trump’s tax plans would cause a spike in the national debt.

CLINTON STATEMENT: “Independent experts have looked at what I’ve proposed and looked at what Donald has proposed and basically they’ve said this: That if his tax plan which would blow up the debt by over $5 trillion and would in some instances disadvantage middle class families compared to the wealthy were to go into effect, we would lose three and a half million jobs and maybe have another recession.”

FACT CHECK: According to a recent report by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget,“Trump’s plans would increase the debt by $5.3 trillion … [causing] debt to rise to above” 105 percent. Trump’s proposals, in other words, would “substantially worsen the debt.”

Another report by Moody’s analytics service says Trump’s plans would also lose 3.5 million jobs across the country, with the unemployment rate rising to as high as seven percent -- compared to the less than five percent unemployment rate today. The report says job losses would “likely hit lower- and middle-income households the hardest.”


9:36 p.m. Hillary Clinton claims that Trump received $14 million from his father.
CLINTON STATEMENT: “He started his business with $14 million from his father.”
FACT CHECK: Trump has said on multiple occasions, including an NBC Today Show town hall last October, that his father gave him a “small loan of a million dollars” when he started off in business.
However, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that Trump took out numerous loans from his father and his father’s properties toward the beginning of his career. They found that information in a casino-license disclosure in 1985 by Trump’s then-wife, Ivana. At the time of that disclosure, the document said, he owed his father and his father’s businesses approximately $14 million.

First Debate: Hillary  ZERO lies Trump lied Sixteen TIMES

Tuesday, September 20, 2016


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CNN has agreed to ask questions of Trump and Hillary that are submitted to the website Open Debates by REAL people.

The question, How much money did you receive from your parent's will? Trump's father Fred Was worth at least $200 million. Trump has lied about the $14 million his father gave him in the 70's. 

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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Trump Lies More


CNN has agreed to ask questions of Trump and Hillary that are submitted to the website Open Debates by REAL people.

The question, How much money did you receive from your parent's will? Trump's father Fred Was worth at least $200 million. Trump has lied about the $14 million his father gave him in the 70's. 

Forward this and up vote the question. This will force the media to ask the tough questions.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Help Save Music

The music industry is going down the shitter thanks in part to the corporate morons who ran it into the ground. The top artists, Taylor Swift, Justin Beiber, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj and Jay-Z fucking suck ass. There is not a shortage of talent. There are a ton of talented unsigned on SoundCloud and BandCamp the problem is finding one is like finding a needle in a haystack. Finally, someone is fighting back and leading the charge to bring good music to the masses. This cat's name is R.L. Kuhn of R.L. Kuhn Productions. He is starting a grass roots movement of musicians and listeners help musicians and listeners get their music out to the public and you can help.

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Sunday, April 10, 2016

North Carolina Anti Trans Law

Republican depravity strikes again and this time, it is in the Tar Heel state or should I say shit heel state? NC's Republican Pat the Rat McCrory and his Koch owned thugs in the general assembly rammed through an unconstitutional law that prohibits local governments from passing their own anti-discrimination laws. The thugs in NC basically passed a law that redefines discrimination. The law in part says that people can only use the restroom based on what is on their birth certificate. This means that anyone who has had sexual reassignment surgery or is in transition cannot use the restroom of their new gender. 

Will the LGBT community send their urine and feces to the McCrory and every Republican who would support this illegal and hateful law? I think that would be an appropriate response but better than that all moral and decent people need to rid North Carolina and America of every Republican in office by registering young and minority voters to vote for anyone who is not a Republican or a bigot. 

Perhaps some civil disobedience is in order? Enter the transman! If a trans woman goes into a men's room she might get the crap beaten out of her but what about a transman going into a ladies room? He will probably get arrested. Unlike transwomen sexual reassignment surgery is not really possible for a transman so he will not only have his birth certificate that says he was born female, he will have a vagina. HOLY SHIT! We are talking a major lawsuit for false arrest. 

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I can only imagine what would happen if these guys showed up and a DAR or Daughters of the Confederacy meeting and used the ladies room.

Please sign the petition condemning McCrory and his Republican thugs in the NC General Assembly for this outrageous law.

Can someone be fired in North Carolina for being gay or transgender?

Yes. North Carolina is an “at will” employment state and offers limited protection for all workers. State law has never included protections for workers who are LGBT. The language in HB2 makes it more clear that the state does not intend to create a new class of protections based on sexual orientation or identity, and also will not allow cities and counties to create such a protected class.

Does HB2 affect rights of people who aren’t gay or transgender?
Yes. The law limits how people pursue claims of discrimination because of race, religion, color, national origin, biological sex or handicap in state courts. The law also means a city or county cannot set a minimum wage standard for private employers.


Ever since North Carolina lawmakers forced a sweeping anti-LGBT law through in just one day, its advocates have been managing damage control.
Gov. Pat McCrory (R), who was the first to advocate for overturning Charlotte’s LGBT protections, has led this effort in the press. Unfortunately, his comments have been rife with misleading and demonstrably false claims.
Here’s a look at some of the arguments he has used to defend the law and why they just don’t hold any water.

“We are not taking away any rights.”

One of the most cited arguments defending HB2 is the claim that this law did nothing to change the status quo in North Carolina. Here’s how McCrory explained this point at a press conference Monday:
We have not taken away any rights that currently existed in any city in North Carolina — from Raleigh, to Durham, to Chapel Hill, to Charlotte. Every city and every corporation has the exact same discrimination policy this week as they had two weeks ago. There’s a very well-coordinated campaign — a national campaign — which is distorting the truth — which is frankly smearing our state in an inaccurate way — which I’m working to correct… We have not changed one policy of any business in North Carolina or one policy of any employment status of any city government or county government in North Carolina.
Though it’s technically true that Charlotte’s newly passed LGBT nondiscrimination law had not yet taken effect, there is still no way to stretch McCrory’s statement to make it true.
HB2 made it illegal for any North Carolina municipality to extend nondiscrimination protections beyond what’s provided at the state level, thus banning and voiding all LGBT protections. Charlotte was not the only city that had passed them. The law also rolls back sexual orientation and gender identity protections in the counties of Buncombe, Mecklenburg, and Orange, as well as in Ashville, Boone, Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Greensboro, and Raleigh. Additionally, Durham and Guilford counties, along with the cities of Bessemer City, Durham, High Point, and Winston-Salem, all had nondiscrimination protections based on just sexual orientation.
Furthermore, the University of North Carolina system, which consists of 17 campuses, also has an LGBT nondiscrimination policy it can no longer enforce. HB2 specifically bans these campuses from accommodating transgender individuals, who are now prohibited from using restrooms that don’t match their birth certificates. This impacts the system’s 13,000+ faculty, 30,000+ staff, and 250,000+ students.

The law empowers businesses to set their own policy.

In the same interview, McCrory boasted that HB2 has no impact on private businesses — indeed, they are empowered to set their own policies instead of being forced to by the state.
“I’m proud of us protecting the privacy rights of individuals and not putting burdensome regulations on businesses,” he said, “and letting them make the decision — not governments make the decision.”
In fact, McCrory excoriated the media for misleading businesses about the impact of the law:
I haven’t heard them threaten to leave. This is another example of the media exaggerating. I have not had one corporation tell me that they’re threatening to leave. I’ve had many corporations re-certify their commitment to nondiscrimination and we’ve clearly stated to them that their policies do not change, and they did not know that based upon the press coverage. They assume that we were changing their own nondiscrimination ordinances, and that’s a correction you need to make through your own media communications, and I’ve made through communications. Every company is allowed to have their own nondiscrimination ordinance in North Carolina.
HB2 does not specifically govern the practices of private businesses — that much is true. But that doesn’t mean the law does not have a negative impact on the state’s businesses.
Whether they have communicated directly with McCrory or not, several businesses have already expressed concern with the law, including American Airlines, Dow Chemical, Biogen, Lowe’s, and the NBA, in addition tomany tech companies, including IBM, PayPal, Google, Apple, Amazon, and Salesforce.
Some conservatives seeking to defend the law are accusing businesses of “cultural cronyism” for using their influence to change social policy. The Heritage Foundation’s Ryan T. Anderson wrote this week that “big businesses are using their outsized market share to make economic threats to pressure the government to do their bidding — at the expense of the common good.”
But Anderson’s hypocrisy is on grand display. In previous writing, when opposing government-enforced LGBT protections, he is quick to praise businesses. “The power of public opinion expressed in the marketplace makes unjust discrimination intolerably costly — no need for the government to weigh in,” he wrote last summer. Apparently, the market can “sort these things out” on its own, but it’s “cronyism” if they don’t align with an anti-LGBT position.
Indeed, public opinion is already expressing itself in a literal marketplace — the High Point Market, the “largest furnishings industry trade show in the world.” In a press release Monday, the showcase’s executive committee explained that “dozens of customers have contacted the High Point Market Authority to inform us that they have canceled plans to attend the Market in April due to  the passage of HB2.”
“As leaders and organizers of the High Point Market, we feel an obligation to inform the public and our government leaders in Raleigh of the significant economic damage that HB2 is having on the High Point Market and on the North Carolina economy. Based on the reaction in just the last few days, hundreds and perhaps thousands of our customers will not attend Market this April.”
The release also notes that “the High Point Market is the largest economic event in the State of North Carolina each year. The Market has an annual economic impact of $5.38 billion and generates over 600,000 visitor days to the state each year. The Market and the home furnishings industry in North Carolina are responsible for over 37,000 jobs in our great state.”
The High Point Market may not be threatening to leave North Carolina, but it’s certainly promising diminishing returns because of the state’s endorsement of discrimination.

North Carolina is just like Houston.

One of McCrory’s favorite lines this week has been comparing North Carolina to Houston, where voters overturned the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) in a referendum in November. The comparison has frequently included a reference to the NCAA basketball tournament, implying that there are no consequences to the law.
In an interview with NBC, for example, McCrory explained, “We have the same rights, by the way, that Houston, Texas, has — where the NCAA basketball tournament is being played this weekend. I think that tournament should be played and I hope the Tarheels win.”
Likewise, even the governor’s statement responding to the lawsuit challenging HB2 jests snarkily, “The governor looks forward to cheering for the UNC Tar Heels in the NCAA Final Four being played in Houston, a city that defeated a similar bathroom ordinance referendum last year with over 61% of the vote.”
The NCAA’s response to anti-LGBT has indeed been disappointing. OutSports editor Cyd Zeigler took aim at the organization Monday in a blistering post blaming its inaction in Houston for enabling the passage of North Carolina’s law. “When the NCAA had the opportunity to act on a government rolling back LGBT rights and protections (see: Houston), the association balked,” Zeigler wrote.
“The NCAA now stares itself in the mirror as LGBT student-athletes and coaches in North Carolina are suddenly stripped of the possibility of protections so important to their health and welfare.” Zeigler hopes the NCAA withdraws all 2017 and 2018 basketball tournament games from North Carolina and similarly commits to withholding championships from any city with anti-LGBT policies.
The NCAA’s weak resistance to anti-LGBT efforts aside, McCrory’s comparison between North Carolina and Houston still fails. HERO was an ordinance that created protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, not unlike Charlotte’s. But when voters defeated HERO, they simply blocked protections from taking effect.
North Carolina’s law goes much farther by requiring discrimination against transgender individuals in public schools, universities, and agencies. Houston’s transgender community may not be protected city-wide, but nor are they banned from accessing the appropriate restrooms in public spaces like under North Carolina’s law.
HB2 also bans cities and counties from passing their own LGBT protections. There’s nothing legally stopping Houston from considering HERO again or some other permutation of LGBT protections, but all of North Carolina’s cities are permanently banned from providing such protections — at least until the law is repealed or overturned.

Transgender rights are just political correctness.

Besides all the semantic arguments, McCrory continues to beat the drum that HB2 is just a good “common sense” law. He backs this position up by repeating the same anti-transgender fearmongering talking points that helped defeat HERO and that motivated HB2’s passage in the first place.
He attempts to sugarcoat these positions, however, with umbrage. As his response to the lawsuit insisted, “To counter a coordinated national effort to mislead the public, intimidate our business community, and slander our great state, the governor will continue to set the record straight on a common sense resolution to local government overreach that imposed new regulations on businesses that intruded into the personal lives of our citizens.”
In the NBC interview, he was far more candid about his anti-trans beliefs. “This had to do with overstepping — a government overreach forcing businesses to allow men to be in women’s or girls’ restroom or shower facilities,” he claimed. “This political correctness has gone amok.”
When reporter Janet Shamlian pushed back, McCrory doubled down. “We are too much politically correct. This political correctness in our nation has taken over common sense, and the common sense is not to have a government regulation telling a business who they allow in what restroom, or locker room, or shower facility. I’m going to let them decide.”
“We’re throwing away basic etiquette,” he claimed. “I wonder if your daughter or son was showering and all of a sudden a man walks into the locker room and says, ‘This is what I am.’ Would you want that for your child?”
Of course, Charlotte’s law, like LGBT protections in cities and states across the country, would have done nothing to allow for any inappropriate or illegal behavior in restrooms. By calling transgender women “men” and suggesting that they are somehow a threat to children, the governor is relying on ignorance and fear to support his position.
McCrory has likely only just begun to defend HB2. At a press conference Tuesday morning, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper (D) announced that he will not defend the law in court. Cooper just happens to also be challenging McCrory for the governorship this November.
If the cases over state bans on same-sex marriage serve as a model, this means that McCrory will likely need to spend even more taxpayer money to hire outside counsel to defend against the lawsuit that was filed. The special session to pass HB2 already cost an estimated $42,000.
The fiscal impact of HB2 remains unclear, but so long as McCrory continues to attack businesses and the media while defending discrimination, the costs to the state will only rise.

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