Gay Mafia Flips Its Lid Over New State Law


Legislators in North Carolina put their foot down over the encroachment of the LGBTQ community and their cries for preferential treatment.

Moving forward in the Tar Heel State, people using public restrooms will . . . gasp . . . be required to use the genetically correct bathroom. If a man is born a man, he must use the proper restroom designated for men, regardless if he chooses to wear a bra and panties.

The new law also makes it clear that sexual orientation does not result in a higher minimum wage or demand for pay.

Any complaints regarding workplace discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or hairstyle will not be allowed in courts and must be brought before a state commission.

Now that men are forced to use men’s restrooms and women no longer have to worry about sharing a stall with a bearded lady, gay activists are outright furious over the new law.

That state’s Attorney General Roy Cooper, joined in the cries by the LGBTQ mafia by telling the media the new law is a “national embarrassment.”

“Not only is the new law a national embarrassment, it will set North Carolina’s economy back if we don’t repeal it,” continued Cooper.

Later yesterday, 80 CEO’s and business leaders demanded that the bill be repealed, citing “discrimination.”

A portion of the letter read, “We are disappointed in your decision to sign this discriminatory legislation into law . . . Discrimination is wrong and we believe it has no place in North Carolina or anywhere in our country. As companies that pride ourselves on being inclusive and welcoming to all, we strongly urge you and the leadership of North Carolina’s legislature to repeal this law in the upcoming legislative session.”

Here are a few of the CEO’s who signed a letter:

Chip Bergh, Levi Strauss & Co.
Brian Chesky, Airbnb
Tim Cook, Apple
Jack Dorsey, Twitter
Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn
Drew Houston, Dropbox
Chad Hurley, YouTube
Brian Krzanich, Intel
Sundar Pichai, Google
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook

Notably, few of the signers were North Carolina residents. The “coalition letter” was organized as a scare tactic by gay activists to threaten the economy of the state.

Morgan is a freelance writer for a variety of publications covering popular culture, societal behavior and the political influences of each.