ACLU continues its assault on commonsense legislation crafted to protect vulnerable women and children

In an email today, the ACLU says, “North Carolina should truly repeal its unjust HB2 law that permits discrimination against LGBT people — and we’re calling on the NCAA to refuse to allow championship games to take place in NC until that happens.”

What’s wrong with the above ACLU complaint? Let’s do a little reality check.

ACLU and the LGBTQ-Whatever Confusion

While the left’s popular euphemism for homosexuality is the acronym LGBTQ, homosexuality remains a same-sex attraction.

Here’s the fun part. Are you ready, ACLU?

Men who are afflicted with same-sex attraction have no interest in the invasion of women’s restrooms, dressing rooms, and gymnasium showers. Homosexual men prefer men. Is this too deep for you? I’ll pull back and elaborate somewhat.

Women with same-sex attraction are not interested in men. Like homosexual men, they have no interest in the invasion of men’s restrooms, dressing rooms, and gymnasium showers. Does this help?

The North Carolina HB2, like a similar bill before the Texas Legislature, was crafted to protect vulnerable women and children from sexual predators, guys who wish to walk into women’s restrooms, dressing rooms, and gymnasium showers with impunity. These heterosexual males are perverts and creeps who are generally unwelcome in the aforesaid facilities reserved for women and young children.

I know, I know. I’ve written some facts about life that challenge your baseless complaints, but you will eventually gain understanding (aka common sense) if you re-read the above several times, clicking your heels together while repeatedly saying, “I’m not in the women’s restroom. I’m not in the women’s restroom. I’m not in the women’s restroom.”

Read from the Austin Statesman: Gov. Abbott says he wants to sign a transgender bathroom bill

The ACLU’s strategy: Confusing until you consider these facts

Fact no. 1: The ACLU stridently opposes bills in the Texas Legislature crafted to protect stand up for religious freedomvulnerable Texas children. Specifically HB 3859 and SB6; the first to prevent homosexuals from either fostering or adopting children in the care of the State, the second to protect vulnerable women and children from sexual predators in restrooms, locker rooms, and dressing rooms.

Fact no. 2: In the worldview of Muslims, homosexuality is as unacceptable as it is in the worldview of Christians. References: Qur’an 4:15, 4:16

Fact no. 3: The national political director of the ACLU is a devout Muslim, Faiz Shakir.

Fact no. 4: While the ACLU says it supports religious freedom, this support only goes to Muslims and atheists – Christianity is a target, not a client.

Contrast the outrageous claims of Barack Obama, who likens radical Islam to Christianity, with Fox News panelists and American Christian leaders.

Islamic reality in Pakistan, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Afghanistan where Muslims mercilessly murder and persecute Christians. The above video clarifies untruths (aka lies) voiced by Islamists in this country.

If Islamists activists prevail in their all-out assault on Christianity, using LGBTQ activists, the ACLU, and atheists in their cause, even this blog will be criminalized.

The political strategy of the ACLU isn’t at all confusing when you have all the facts.

ACLU calls for nationwide mob action to disrupt and undermine American society

Faiz Shakir is National Political Director of the ACLU. Why is Faiz anti-Trump, anti-Christian, anti-Rule of Law?

Faiz Shakir appears on Iranian state television

Faiz Shakir, via ACLU email this morning, urges his followers to disrupt American society in order to undermine and destroy what We the People wish to do with respect to vetting Muslim immigrants, the border wall, and the rule of law.

I quote Faiz Shakir from his email:


Throughout the history of our nation, it is only when large numbers of people [mobs] stand up and make their voices heard [translation: public disruptions] does the government respond to their calls for change [translation: intimidate Congress].

President Trump’s unprecedented attack on our freedoms requires that kind of grassroots energy and mobilization. We have to organize ourselves into a force so large and powerful that we cannot be stopped. [What we know for a fact is President Trump is restoring our freedoms as he pares down bloated, progressive-infested bureaucracies.]

That is what we are building towards with our People Power Resistance Training on March 11. Right now there are more than 1,600 events happening in 50 states.


During his college years, Faiz Shakir was a member of the Harvard Islamic Society (HIS), which is affiliated with the Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada. In 2000, HIS held an Islamic Awareness Week and Faiz Shakir served as the co-chair for the week’s events. One of those events included a fundraiser for the Holy Land Foundation, a group which acted as the fundraising arm for Hamas in the United States.

Shakir went on to become the Editor-in-Chief at Think Progress (from 2005-2012), and Vice President at the Center for American Progress. In May 2012, he was appointed as a senior advisor and media director to Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.

Shakir co-authored the “Fear Inc.” report, which implicitly claimed that Islamophobia was the product of a Jewish conspiracy, and wrote positively about the Tunisian Islamist Al-Nahda Party and its genocidal head, Sheikh Rashid Ghannouchi, who has engaged in blatant anti-Semitism and has said, “There are no civilians in Israel. The population—males, females, and children—are the army reserve soldiers, and thus can be killed.”

During his time at Think Progress, Shakir repeatedly attacked the Jewish State, endorsingfaiz-shakir-think-progress the Hamas aid flotilla to Gaza and attacking Israel’s attempts to defend itself against terrorists.

Under Shakir, Think Progress promoted Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamists, much as he tried to direct funds to Hamas during his Harvard days.


Think Progress gets surprisingly low scores even among liberals. Not only do conservatives distrust it, but the general public and those rated mostly liberal split on it. – Frontpage Magazine, October 25, 2014

Why Conservatives Fight for the Institution of Marriage

1 May 2015

Don't believe in God? Perhaps logic works for you.
Don’t believe in God? Perhaps logic works for you.

I received from the ACLU of Texas a blast email this week, subject line asking, “Why are lawmakers afraid of gays?

Our liberal fellow Texans seem to be tuning into the wrong channel. So, I prepare an answer for them.

Dear fellow ACLU Texans,

Our lawmakers have no fear of homosexuals, gays, lesbians LGBT and the like. Neither do I. None whatsoever.

Yet, we do fear someone. We fear God.

I know, I know, I know. You don’t believe in God. There is no argument for now.

Our differences are a matter of worldview, you see. Our general worldview is Biblical and historically correct. We believe the God-ordained institution of marriage of one man with one woman is a model of the Kingdom of God.

Under the New and Old Covenants this God-ordained arrangement the bride represents the Church (the redeemed) and the groom represents Jesus Christ (the redeemer). Despite some arguments, the primary role of a Biblical marriage isn’t procreation, but to establish this model that has been the norm, the standard, for well over 5,000 years. Any other model, to us, is simply idolatry which is prohibited by God.

We understand full well the intolerance of those of your worldview. We learned early on that simply legalizing sodomy would not satisfy your lust for power. I appreciate your clever use of language to paralyze politicians and a lot of citizens into yielding to your demands.

There has been a spiritual awakening that is spreading like wildfire across America. This spiritual movement will bring many to repentance, including practicing homosexuals. In fact, it’s already happening and that, I am most certain, strikes fear into your heart.

I am confident my response answers your question “Why are lawmakers afraid of gays?”. I am equally confident you don’t accept it.

John White

28 Years Later – Orwell Was Right

Rafael’s Story

Unimaginable – the very idea that troops would turn on American citizens, arrest them, and imprison them without warrants or due process. Yet, there he was in room 101, living out his worst fear. Unlike the character Winston in George Orwell’s 1984, Rafael was neither strapped to a chair nor immobilized. Nonetheless, he was living out his worst fear that a grandchild, a member of the US Army would arrest her own grandparents. “I’m just doing my job, Grandpa.” she explained.

After sometime, an interrogator quickly opened the door, entered briskly, read from a file, then looked over his glasses to ask, “Rafael Mendoza?” “Yes” he replied, “I am Rafael Mendoza. Why am I being held against my will and by what authority do you incarcerate me?”

“You are an enemy of the state, Rafael. This report I hold says you have a history of threatening the President of the United States. We know this because of cell phone records and comments made on your Facebook page. The government suspects you are a member of al-Qaida or similar enemy group.” the interrogator dispassionately stated.

Astonished, head reeling from the charges, Rafael responds, “How can this be? I’m a loyal American citizen of more than fifty years, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, a pastor of a small church. Which of my actions would suggest otherwise?”  

“Rafael, you were recorded on video demonstrating outside the gates of Fort Hood. Do you remember? Several people worked with you to distribute literature critical of the United States of America. How do you plead?” the interrogator asked.

“Plead? This is America. We have First Amendment rights to speak against government policies with which we disagree. I know my rights and I know you have no authority to hold me. I demand my Constitutional rights!” said Rafael, angrily.

“Enemy combatants don’t have Constitutional rights, Mr. Mendoza. You’re being held under authority of Sections 1031 and 1032 of the NDAA – the National Defense Authorization Act of 2011. We have legal authority to hold you indefinitely without charges and,” he added “The Department of Defense will try your case.”

Could Rafael’s Story Become Your Story?

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is “must pass” legislation in the U.S. Senate right now. If enacted as-is, sections 1031 and 1032 would

1)  Explicitly authorize the federal government to indefinitely imprison without charge or trial American citizens and others picked up inside and outside the United States;

2)  Mandate military detention of some civilians who would otherwise be outside of military control, including civilians picked up within the United States itself; and

(3)  Transfer to the Department of Defense core prosecutorial, investigative, law enforcement, penal, and custodial authority and responsibility now held by the Department of Justice.

Action Needed

Your US Senators need to hear from you now. Tell them to OPPOSE Sections 1031 and 1032 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Use this convenient contact form provided by the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU.

Urge the Senate to Oppose Indefinite Military Detention

Fill out all the required fields and the ACLU will automatically send electronic messages to your two US Senators.

Keep in mind that this bill is so bad even President Obama and Eric Holder oppose it.

All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men (and women) to do nothing.