NC Republican Governor Tells Caitlin Jenner To Use Men’s Showers Talks Being Shunned For It
The worst thing in the world is when you involve the little wife in politics. I mean, why be the big bad Republican man in politics if not to keep the wife where she belongs? North Carolina Governor Mc Crory says the worst part of the shunning received for signing HB2 into law, that bit about how you have to go to the bathroom based on your birth certificate, is that people shun his wife, too. Women should be protected, sheltered, and allowed to attend any fundraiser their husband deems fit, no matter what he says.
Mc Crory says that people are just mean about his political views. He is so polite when he tells those faggots to use the bathroom God gave them, or the genitals, or the gender, or whatever, but those people, THOSE people are mean.
“It’s almost like the George Orwell book ‘1984’,” he said. “If you disagree with Big Brother or you go against the thought police, you will be purged. And you will disappear.”
▪ “My wife, for example, in Charlotte – she primarily stays in Charlotte,” he said. “She’s been disinvited to charity events. Basically, they call her up and say, ‘You better not come. You better not come.…
“My wife and I … we’re being shunned for a political disagreement, a values disagreement.”
▪ “I listen to the other side … And I say, ‘I respectfully disagree with you’,” he said. “They do not say that to me, I wave to them with five fingers. They wave back with one. And it’s personal. It’s death threats. Last week, I was verbally assaulted by a 21-year-old drunk student. She was arrested.”
▪ “Everyone says, ‘Gosh, you must have thick skin.’ I don’t have thin skin. I just hide it.”
▪ “It was the liberals that became the bathroom police, not conservatives,” he said. “They passed an ordinance on private sector employers that said, if you don’t recognize gender identity and gender expression – two issues which I had never heard of – we will fine you.”
▪ McCrory said he’s been called a bigot. “I’m the farthest thing from a bigot,” he said. “I love everyone and I’m going to treat everyone equally. I want to treat people who are transgender – I want to hug ’em and say I love ’em. But I don’t agree with the concept of redefining gender. That is a major societal change.”
McCrory told the group that he’s also experienced political blow-back that he said was orchestrated by the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBT advocacy group.
He described companies that say, “Although you’ve been an outstanding governor, we still cannot support you because HRC will attack us,” he recalled. “And I’ve had at least five this week tell me that. Good friends. Very good friends. ‘Pat, I love ya. I love ya man, we’ll be friends for life. We just can’t support you.”
- He defended Donald Trump, saying he “needs to have his mouth washed out with soap,” but his actions are no worse than Hillary Clinton’s lying.
- He also called Trump a “role model” because of the strong positions he takes on issues, like the supposed “threat” of Syrian refugees entering the country.
- When asked about the Black Lives Matter movement, he responded that “all lives should matter” and defended the “pressure” that police officers are under every day when they “leave their families not knowing if they’re coming back.”
- When asked about Clinton’s comments that police have to overcome implicit bias, McCrory said that biases are “tools that police use to determine what action to take,” endorsing racial profiling.
- He also defended North Carolina’s discriminatory voter ID law, claiming, “If ID is good enough for Sudafed, I think it’s good enough for the people of North Carolina to vote” — a comparison between access to a controlled substance and access to a constitutional right.
Tom Hanks sums these arguments up best, the fact that he just finds the Trump arguments wrong, and it’s a welcome reprieve from advocating rape culture like McCrory seems to like to do.