Sheriff Chuck Wright: “You Go Into The Bathroom With My Wife, I’m Gonna Make The News.”
Transgender Bathroom Laws Seem To Be The Rage These Days, but…
Please Explain How You Are Going To Enforce This Law!
Yes, transgender people have every right to use a bathroom, but attempting to legislate the matter can only create an unquenchable need for legal proceedings in a vain attempt just to decide what gender the state considers a person to be; the gender they were born, the gender they want to be, the gender they have been changed to, or simply the gender they ‘Identify’ with.
To make matters worse, I want to know how this will be enforced. Will we have government appointed gender police monitoring public bathrooms? And how will the gender police determine gender? . . . I don’t even want to think about that.
One Sheriff in South Carolina has had enough: “I’ll be honest with you, I don’t even know why there’s an issue about which bathroom to use,” he said. “Because if you are a guy and you go into bathroom with my wife, I’m gonna make the news — I know there’s three cameras rolling — I’m gonna whip your tail if you go in there with my wife while she’s trying to use the bathroom, or my granddaughter. That is bologna. So, I don’t really understand why there’s an issue in any legislation, or state senators or whatever gotta make that stuff. I mean, the men’s room is for the men. The girl’s room is for the girls. We were taught the symbol when we were little and we couldn’t read.”
Finally, this South Carolina sheriff has gone on record describing what will occur should he discover that a man has gone into the women’s restroom with his wife.
Sheriff Chuck Wright is sheriff in Spartanburg County South Carolina and he was commenting on the mess taking place in North Carolina as the City of Charlotte attempts to allow transgenders and others with diverse sexual orientation to enter bathrooms that are marked for the birth gender of the person using the facility.
He then added, “I’m gonna whip your tail if you go in there with my wife while she’s trying to use the bathroom, or my granddaughter.”
Sheriff Wright didn’t limit his actions of protection to his family members either. He even said he would do it for women to whom he was speaking.
“I don’t really understand why there’s an issue in any legislation, or state senators or whatever gotta make that stuff,” he added. “I mean, the men’s room is for the men. The girl’s room is for the girls. We were taught the symbol when we were little and we couldn’t read.”
As men, we have a duty to protect the women in our society, regardless of what some of the feminazis in our society think. Some of us still believe in chivalry, and I’m glad to hear that Sheriff Wright is one of them!
VIDEO: Carolina Sheriff Explains EXACTLY What Will Happen If A Man Follows His Wife Into The Bathroom
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sources: dcclothesline, LouderWithCrowder, Patriot Update, youtube