Eric Holder Dictates That Cross-Dressing on the Job Is a Civil Right
If you are trying to run a business, you obviously need to have a say in how representatives of that business present themselves to the public. But you do not have this right in the Dictatorship of the Depraved:
Attorney General Eric Holder has issued an edict, through a memorandum, that cross dressing and transsexualism [are] now protected under federal civil rights laws which were designed to protect women from sex discrimination. Existing federal law provides no statutory support for treating cross-dressers and transsexuals as the law treats female victims of discrimination.
This means that the Justice Department could now, for example, consider the decision by a school or church to not hire a transvestite as a violation of federal law.
Punishment for those who violate the edict is likely to be severe, considering what Holder’s Injustice Department did to a high school that wouldn’t let a boy show up for class in a miniskirt, pink wig, and stiletto heels:
The school district was forced to pay the transvestite-child $50,000, pay for counseling services with a psychiatrist specializing in “gay, bisexual and transgender youth issues,” hire an expert to review the school’s “gender expression” programs, and hire a second expert to conduct annual training on “gender identity and gender expression” discrimination.
If you plan to put up resistance to the latest insane decree, your business had better have deep pockets; Holder’s resources are as infinite as the federal government’s willingness to run up the national debt. Explicitly Christian businesses will inevitably be targeted by homosexual activists, an alarming practice that Arizona legislators tried and tragically failed to prevent.
At least by now it should be clear to everyone why the fundamental right of freedom of association must be reestablished, and all “civil rights” tyranny that represses it rejected, if we are ever again to refer to this with a straight face as a free country.
On tips from Artfldgr and Henry. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.