One of Joe Biden’s first orders of business was to ensure that insane, perverted men could share showers with women.
In January, Biden issued an executive order titled “Executive Order on Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation,” which he signed.
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“Children should be able to concentrate on their studies without fear of being refused access to the toilet, locker room, or school sports.” According to Biden’s order.
Joe Biden was sued by a Christian college in Missouri, who claimed that his overreach was harming women, children, and people of faith.
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Last month, the College of the Ozarks filed a lawsuit against Vice President Joe Biden and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, claiming that the US government cannot compel a private religious school to place men and women in the same dorms.
This week, an Obama-appointed federal judge ruled against the Christian college, saying that biological males must be allowed to share dorms and showers with women.
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On Wednesday, Judge Roseann Ketchmark of the Western Missouri District Court ruled against the Christian college.
If the Christian college disobeys the order, it could face SIX-FIGURE fines!
For more than two hours on Wednesday, Obama appointee Judge Roseann Ketchmark heard oral arguments from both sides. She declared after the hearing that she would refuse the college’s request for an injunction against the law, which includes segregation of facilities like dorms and bathrooms based on a person’s gender identity.
“After due review of the law,” she said from the bench, “the court rejects the plaintiff’s motion for a temporary restraining order and injunction.” “The court concludes that the controversy is not justiciable.”