A whopping 22 states sue the White House in bid to keep feeding hungry kids that will lose funding if the states don't follow Biden's LGBT agenda
· · Jul 28, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Twenty-two state attorneys general have sued to block Biden's Agriculture Department from implementing new guidance that makes school lunch funds contingent on accepting the Biden Administration's gender-identity policies.

Following said policies would essentially mean recognizing trans athletes, letting boys share bathrooms with girls, and forcing staff and students to use personal pronouns.

The rule cites the basis for its position as,

...the Supreme Court's Bostock v. Clayton County, in which the Court held that the prohibition on sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 extends to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Bostock v. Clayton County ruled on the issue of whether a business (a funeral home in this case) can enforce a dress code for a trans person based on sex. In other words, the funeral home wanted him to wear a suit, and the guy wanted to wear a dress.

The opinion in that case was written by conservative Justice Gorsuch, who reasoned that one cannot discuss issues of gender identity without considering the sex of an individual, therefore any discrimination against the trans community is sexual discrimination subject to Civil Rights laws.

Because schools receiving federal funds have agreed to non-discrimination Civil Rights laws, they legally cannot discriminate against sex, and Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) are flipping the script. Instead of focusing on Biden's strong-arming, they want you to believe that these states are starving LGBTQ-confused kids because they won't get with the totally sane program:

Of course, there are no cases of schools holding up school-lunch funds for LGBTQ-confused children, but the Biden Administration says any form of discrimination will do. See the list above.

That is why the 22 attorneys general sued. A federal bureaucracy is once again pushing beyond the scope of its congressional mandate in the ongoing destruction of traditional American values.

What effect will this have on the nation?

According to No Kid Hungry, 12 million children live in "food insecure" homes in the United States. A lot of those kids' only meals are the ones they get at school. It's utterly despicable that the Biden Administration has threatened to starve out those children to push their out-of-control sexual agenda, which amazingly enough also has the aim of harming children.

Will the attorneys general prevail?

Honestly, I'm doubtful. With Gorsuch's position on the issue and Roberts always happy to lean left when he can, I'm not hopeful the Supreme Court would choose to protect children over allowing adults to live out their mentally-ill fantasies at everyone else's expense.

May God prove me wrong on this one.


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