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Mississippi: Another Win in the Bathroom Wars

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As the world continues to swing, we are actually forcing government officials to accept our agenda.

The Mississippi state Superintendent just backed down after having sided with Obama’s DoJ on tranny bathroom rights.

She was forced to side with the people, against the tyrannical Black Occupation regime.

After catching flak from Gov. Phil Bryant and Republican lawmakers — who called for her resignation if she didn’t change her stance — state School Superintendent Carey Wright said she’ll follow state, not federal, directives on transgender bathroom policy for public schools.

In a written statement on Wednesday Wright said: “Pending a discussion with the Mississippi State Board of Education, I am instructing the Mississippi Department of Education to follow the lead of state leadership and take no action at this time regarding the non-regulatory guidance from the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Education.“

A spokeswoman for MDE last week had said: “The Mississippi Department of Education will adhere to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as well as the joint guidance issued today by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice.”

As the state of North Carolina and the Department of Justice square off in lawsuits over the state’s “bathroom bill,” DOJ and the U.S. Department of Education have directed state education officials to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms and locker rooms for the gender with which they identify. DOJ has threatened to withhold billions of dollars in federal education money from states that don’t comply. The move has brought fierce debate over whether the federal government has such authority.

They obviously don’t have that authority, but they don’t technically even have the authority to tell states they can’t racially segregate drinking fountains. cont DS

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Does anyone use a public drinking fountain anymore? People (of all races) are so nasty these days it seems prudent to avoid communal fluid receptacles.

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