Supreme Court Ruling Adds Gender Identity to Sex Discrimination

This week’s Supreme Court 6-3 decision in Bostock v. Clayton County reinterpreted the 1964 Civil Rights Act to add homosexuality and gender identity to the prohibition on workplace discrimination.

Neil Gorsuch, nominated by President Trump, wrote the majority opinion, joined by Chief Justice John Roberts (the sellout on Obamacare), and the court’s liberals.

It was tough enough to start a new business with regulations, taxes and COVID-19 restrictions. Now you have to worry about new employees who decide to start cross dressing.

Your new choices

  • Keep that man dressed as a woman at the counter of your toy store and lose customers, then go out of business.
  • Fire that man and get sued and go out of business.

Rachel Bovard at The American Spectator has a great essay challenging the GOP’s notion of relying on judges to protect their priorities.

Policies regarding immigration, abortion, LGBT, race and healthcare are no longer determined by the country’s elected representatives, but by our black-robed masters in the judiciary.

Rachel Bovard

Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;’ Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’

See more cartoons from the talented Pat Cross.

Purging the Past

UPDATE: HBO Max has returned Gone With the Wind to its lineup, but with a new trigger warning introduction for snowflakes.

HBO Max has blacklisted Gone With the Wind (1939) despite the performance of Hattie McDaniel the first black actress or actor to win an Academy Award. Read more at Breitbart.com

RELATED: Google glitch hides Winston Churchill image from search results

ALSO: Disney’s Splash Mountain ride is next on the left’s offensive list.

See more toons from the talented Mike Shelton at Comics Kingdom.

The Tracking Begins

A contact tracing army 100,000-300,000 strong is forming to keep tabs on “free” citizens in New York, California, Massachusets, Maryland, Minnesota, Colorado, Kentucky, New Jersey, Alabama, Utah, North Carolina and Oklahoma. Read more on the efforts at ABC News.

Bar codes for humans?

Bill Gates is funding quantum dot markers for worldwide vaccines. (Sciencemag.org)

Benjamin Netanyahu suggests microchipping kids, slammed by experts. (Jerusalem Post)

Israel unveils HaMagen open source app to warn users of coronavirus cases. (Haaretz.com)

Apple and Google are enabling Covid-19 contact-tracing. (Wired.com)

California: Big Brother’s Incubator

An informative color-coded way to look at California’s new 2020 laws taking effect. Created by LAist where you can read more on each bill.

Fighting indoctrination

Parents are trying to make California schools become transparent with their lessons on sexual education, gender identity and abortion indoctrination to children. Parents also want an “opt-in” instead of the current “opt-out” bureaucracy. Read more at InformedParents.org.

Google Plots 2020 Election Collusion to Prevent Trump Reelection

MAJOR UPDATE: VIMEO BANS VIDEO REPORT ON GOOGLE ELECTION COLLUSION, JOINING YOUTUBE AND OTHERS.

WATCH VIDEO AT PROJECT VERITAS

Google executive Jen Gennai, head of “Responsible Innovation” with Artificial Intelligence, admitted during a Project Veritas investigation her company’s collusion plot to alter their search algorithm and news feeds against a President Trump relection in 2020.

“We’re also training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?”

Jenn Gennai

Media companies already alter their coverage to gain a higher rank for Google’s algorithm. This revelation will increase bias astronomically.

Infographic: Is Google now Big Brother?

Rising cost of college tuition infographic

Democrats Making College Tuition Expensive

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2010: Democrats and the Obama Administration took over 100% of student loans. The media wrongly reports this will have “relatively little [impact] on borrowers. SFGate story

Costs rise when competition and the free market is destroyed.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has called for “free” tuition at New York public colleges. Free things lose value quickly. CBS report

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