One of Phyllis Schlafly’s many insightful warnings against the mislabeled “Equal Rights Amendment” (ERA) was the additional opportunity it would provide “activist” federal judges to engage in unconstitutional mischief.
She recognized it was just a matter of time before some unscrupulous Democrat-appointed federal judge took it upon herself to expand the term “sex,” so as to include disgusting variations such as “transgenders” or garden-variety queers.
Now, the same circus freaks who sued Christian-owned bakeries to force them to bake wedding cakes for homosexual “marriages” — and who sued in Canada to force aestheticians to “Brazilian Wax” their male genitals — have reached the Supreme Court with three lawsuits to be decided in the 2020 term. (These are the Zarda, Bostock and R.G. & G.R. Funeral Homes cases.)
These insist that prohibitions against employer discrimination based on sex — under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act — should be extended to include “sexual preference” and “gender identification,” just as Phyllis Schlafly warned with regard to the ERA.
In 2020, the Supreme Court may decide if “sex” means BIOLOGICAL SEX or the more subjective and murky self-definitions involving “GENDER IDENTIFICATION” concocted by confused perverts and circus freaks.
These three cases might require employers to hire “transgenders,” an exercise that would come to resemble “Ru-Paul’s Drag Race,” a sad and tawdry collection of ugly and disgusting queers and perverts, who prance and nancy around on cable television in a spectacle that proves there’s a whole lot more wrong with them than merely their sexual practices.
Needless to say, the three Jews and their ugly Mexican ally on the Supreme Court are “champing at the bit” for an opportunity to further subvert the Constitution by creating dubious and laughable new rights, and then extend them to bizarre varieties of queer trash.
The antics of these circus freaks are inappropriate in any employment situation, with two exceptions being the “Democrat” Caucus in the House of Representatives or any queer bath-house.
Oliver Wendell Gladstone,