In a similar manner to what is being proposed by a California Sodomite Assemblyman, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has ordered people working under him in the executive branch to allow publicly funded non-essential travel to the state of Mississippi while Mississippi’s HB 1523, which is known as the “Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act.”
Inslee pompously wrote in a memorandum, “Washington State has a strong history of prohibiting discrimination and promoting diversity and inclusion.”
Except, of course, when it comes to other states standing up for the rights of their citizens who are not engaging in sexual deviancy, right Governor Inslee?
The memo comes just one week after the governor issued a similar travel ban to North Carolina, which struck down local laws that protected open sodomites and transgenders using bathrooms that were not designated for their birth gender.
“Our Washington Law Against Discrimination (WLAD, Ch. 49.60 RCW), guarantees for all Washingtonians the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color national origin, sex, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability,” the Governor added. “And late last year, the Washington Human Rights Commission, through rulemaking, clarified the WLAD and affirmed protections for transgender people to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity.”
Now, stop and think about all that discrimination nonsense. How does the state claim that it is a “right to be free from discrimination”? Will they be telling you that you must have sodomites in your home? What about Muslims? You see, discrimination is a part of the rights that are to be protected in the First Amendment’s phrase relating to the “right of the people peaceably to assemble.” In that phrase it is clear that people can choose to discriminate about how they assemble with and who they don’t. Governor Inslee is anti-American and anti-Constitution and violating his oath of office with all of this blather.
However, if that is not enough, he is blasting Mississippi over protecting what is in the First Amendment and that is the free exercise of religion (specifically, the Christian religion) by protecting those whose consciences will not allow them to provide services for those engaged in sexual deviancy and in attempts to redefine marriage and gender.
The stated intention of HB1523 is to protect people who believe that marriage should be between one man and one woman, sexual relations should only take place inside those marriages, and that male and female genders are unchangeable.
“I am signing H.B. 1523 into law to protect sincerely held religious beliefs and moral convictions of individuals, organizations, and private associations from discriminatory actions from state government or its political subdivisions,” Gov. Bryant said in a statement.
In fact, since Mississippi’s bill comes from a representative of the people, it could rightly be argued that the people have “petition[ed] the Government for a redress of grievances” via the bill. That’s also protected in the First Amendment to Governor Inslee.
Inslee wrongly thinks that Washington’s laws apply to Mississippi and attempts to cite WLAD as protections for those traveling from Washington to Mississippi who are sodomites, transvestites or other gender confused people. Apparently, New York’s Andrew Cuomo thinks the same regarding his state and has also banned similar travel to Mississippi, as well as Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin.
He then writes as if he were king regarding the issue.
“It is the law of Washington State and the policy of my administration to demand equality for all persons,” Inslee wrote. “Consequently, I hereby order that no executive cabinet-level agency or small-cabinet agency shall allow publicly funded non-essential travel to the state of Mississippi so long as the recently approved House Bill 1523 exists in its current form.”
Finally, Inslee “invited” other “statewide elected officials, institutions of higher education, agencies, boards and commissions” to follow his lead in attacking the rights of the people, the Constitution and the freedoms we enjoy for the sake of less than 2% of the population.
Frankly, I say “Good riddance!” Who wants people who think like Jay Insleee and Andrew Cuomo in their state anyway? Perhaps, if these people stay out of Mississippi, she will be able to breathe and flourish as she was intended to do… in freedom, justice and liberty.