The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to take up a case concerning a transgender high school student in Virginia who is seeking to use the boys' bathroom at school.
The case, which should be heard this term, marks the first time the Supreme Court has considered the controversial issue playing out across the country, most notably in North Carolina, where the Justice Department has filed a civil rights suit against the state's so-called bathroom law.This is the Dumbest Case of the Century.
Are they justices or are they hall monitors?
Where in the Constitution does it say the Supreme Court decides who uses which bathroom?
If a principal in Virginia wants to decide, well, that's his job. Let's not make a federal case out of this.
And what happened to science? A girl in boys clothing is still a girl, and a boy in girls clothing is still a boy. Cosmetic surgery will not change that, either.
Nothing in the 14th or 15th amendments grants John Roberts or any other federal employee the power to usurp nature and science like this.
President Trump should replace Roberts at the first opportunity. I am thinking a rubber plant would do a better job.
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