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Trans-Woman Files ‘Gender Discrimination’ Complaint Because Women Workers Refused To Wax His Junk

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We’ve reached peak stupid.

According to this, a trans-woman (so a biological dude who thinks he’s a lady) filed a human rights complaint against 16 women after they refused to wax his male junk.  He’s calling it “gender identity” discrimination. And no– this didn’t happen in the United States (it’s Canada), but I could totally see something like this go down in Cali.

John Carpay, a lawyer and the president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, is representing two of the women who are being targeted by the complainant, who is referred to only as “JY.” In accordance with an order from the BC Human Rights Tribunal, the transgender individual must be kept anonymous.

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“In recent months, JY approached 16 Vancouver-area female estheticians who only serve women, requesting a ‘Brazilian’ bikini wax on his groin area,” revealed Carpay on Tuesday. “In spite of the fact that JY is able to obtain a Manzilian in Vancouver, JY has filed 16 complaints against these women at the BC Human Rights Tribunal, claiming discrimination on the basis of ‘gender identity.’”

The female estheticians in question only serve women and do not offer so-called “Manzilians” — the male equivalent to a Brazilian wax. “The procedure for providing a man with a ‘Manzilian’ is quite different, using a different kind of wax and a different technique,” noted the lawyer.

At this point, it has nothing to do with discriminating against him and everything to do with the fact that they don’t offer the service for the his particular “parts.” Put on a dress and call yourself a lady, but it doesn’t change the fact that you can’t get a traditional LADY bikini wax. It’s really that simple.

“One of the women represented by the Justice Centre had approached, and had been turned down by 26 different lawyers and law firms. All of which cited lack of expertise in human rights proceedings, or fear of offending the transgender lobby, or both,” he explained.

Moreover, the Tribunal has refused to inform the 14 other women that the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms would be willing to represent them against the complaint free of charge. “Without legal representation, it is likely that most or all of these 14 women are going to pay settlement money to JY, to escape the very stressful tribunal process,” Carpay stressed.

Ridiculous.

This is the kind of insanity going on in Canada. I don’t know about you guys, but I’d very much like them to KEEP that there.

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Jim Acosta Just Got a Rude Awakening About His ‘Victory’ Over The White House

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CNN’s correspondent and chief buffoon Jim Acosta just got a rude awakening about his “victory” over the White House in getting his “hard card” press pass back, via The Hill:

The White House is threatening to again pull CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials after a court-ordered temporary restoration expires at the end of the month, the network reported late Sunday.

“Friday’s court ruling means that a temporary restraining order is in effect for 14 days. But [White House] officials sent Acosta a letter stating that his press pass is set to be suspended again once the restraining order expires,” reported CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter.

“The White House is continuing to violate the First and 5th Amendments of the Constitution,” the network stated. “These actions threaten all journalists and news organizations. Jim Acosta and CNN will continue to report the news about the White House and the President.”

Once again CNN is being hysterical in it’s over reaction.

They can still send anyone they wish to the White House press conference.

Just not Jim Acosta as he’s gone beyond the pale.

As Bob Bennett of the Independent Sentinel notes, CNN’s “win” was not really a win for them.

It’s not quite what we’ve read in other media. First, it is of course objectionable that a court would involve itself in what is so obviously the White House’s decision. It also seems notably odd that the Judge was a Trump appointee.

Surprisingly, The NY Times sheds the most light on Judge Timothy Kelly’s decision in CNN’s lawsuit to restore reporter-propagandist-provacateur Jim Acosta’s press pass. Apparently, the Times was the only media source willing to pay the court for a transcript, as there is no online transcript.

Judge Kelly’s decision is not as crazy as it first appeared, in less complete coverage of the decision. For example, the judge said:

“‘I want to emphasize the very limited nature of this ruling,’ he said, saying that it was not meant to enshrine journalists’ right to access. ‘I have not determined that the First Amendment was violated here.’” It’s also a temporary decision, with a hearing on the merits to come in 14 days. Apparently, a future decision on the merits may well be a total smackdown of CNN:

“During the hearing, Judge Kelly appeared to agree with the argument put forth by the administration’s lawyers that the First Amendment did not guarantee a right to enter the White House campus.

“’I have no quarrel with that,’ the judge said, adding that the president ‘might not call on Mr. Acosta ever again.’”

This view was also put forth by One America News Network in an amicus brief, which opposed CNN’s suit—unlike Fox News, whose brief supported CNN.

Mr. Acosta’s continual interruptions, unnecessary and excessive consumption of time with narratives of his personal beliefs and viewpoints and otherwise self-serving and obstructive conduct toward his colleagues, the White House and the press briefing process evinces a singular motive and desire to be heard and have his views broadcast.While this narcissistic approach may serve Plaintiffs’ self-interests as entertainers or media figures and the network that profits therefrom, they do not serve the interests of the forum or the other participants in the White House briefing process and are not constitutionally protected.

Simply put, Plaintiff Acosta has no constitutional right to appear on television and broadcast his viewpoints on behalf of Plaintiff CNN under the circumstances presented in this case and Plaintiff Acosta’s exclusion from participation by this non- public forum is reasonable. See Arkansas Educ. Television Com’n v. Forbes, 523 U.S. 666 (1998)

The NY Times continues: “In arguing for the return of Mr. Acosta’s credentials, CNN cited a case from the 1970s that required the White House to demonstrate a clear process, and right of appeal, before revoking a reporter’s credentials.”

Thus, the judge merely addressed the lack of due process—a common element in many court decisions.

Judge Kelly wrongly criticized the administration for the WH’s claim that Mr. Acosta had placed his hands on a White House intern during the news conference. The judge called it “likely untrue and at least partly based on evidence of questionable accuracy.”

Here, he’s responding to leftist media’s charge that Sarah Sanders had tweeted a “doctored” video from Alex Jones showing the incident. We’ve all since seen other videos that clearly show Acosta swatting away the intern’s arm as she tried to retrieve the microphone. Surely, one of the Administration’s lawyers could have shown the judge the video on a cell phone?

The NYT also reports the White House’s response to the decision:After the ruling, the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said her team planned to ‘develop rules and processes to ensure fair and orderly press conferences in the future.’

CNN is already suing in district court over this, so we’ll see how it all unfolds.

In the meantime Jim Acosta is once again in the White House’s crosshairs so he best behave.

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Ocasio-Cortez THREATENS Fellow Democrats; Backfires Immediately

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Socialist superstar and “future of the Democrat party” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just threatened fellow Democrats who don’t fall in line with her radical leftist agenda.

In the process she made herself even more of a joke than she already was, per Politico:

The incoming star congresswoman from New York again put the Democratic establishment on notice that she and activist groups on the left aren’t content with a Democratic-controlled House: They are determined to move the party to the left.

“Long story short, I need you to run for office,” Ocasio-Cortez said Saturday on a video conference call hosted by Justice Democrats, as the group launched a campaign dubbed “#OurTime.” Justice Democrats supported Ocasio-Cortez’s primary campaign against powerful Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.).

“All Americans know money in politics is a huge problem, but unfortunately the way that we fix it is by demanding that our incumbents give it up or by running fierce campaigns ourselves,” Ocasio-Cortez added. “That’s really what we need to do to save this country. That’s just what it is.”

The incoming congresswoman’s chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti, a co-founder of Justice Democrats, was blunter.

“We need new leaders, period,” he said on the call. “We gotta primary folks.”

Now THAT is hilarious!

Ocasio-Cotez is getting a bit too big for her britches and this is certain to alienate many congressional Democrats.

The freshman Congresswoman should perhaps take a step back, learn how government works and read a few books on economics, before she ventures out to lead a new movement.

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