The prospect of having ‘’sweaty women’’ streaming into bathrooms, once transgender individuals get the right to use their restrooms of choice has Rep. Steve King horrified.
The Iowa administrator voiced his concern during a screening of the Simon Conway radio show. The representative spoke to the U.S. government’s stance regarding transsexual youngsters and their ability to enter whichever restroom they relate to. His call to action was to have Americans protest in the streets.
“We should call for civil disobedience here. And there’s no reason for us to follow an unconstitutional edict from the president, who is on his way out the door,” he urged.
The Republican senator then went on to mention that there was no actual rationale for the White House to engage this topic was the fact that the U.S Commission on Civil Rights “personnel needed to find more things to do.”
“That is the root of this school policy or where Obama got it from,” King exclaimed. “So we’re going to explore that more fully. I need to be more astute at how movements begin. The genesis of these kinds of policies. So that we can go find them before they proliferate and become contagious across the countryside.”
The host, Conway, chimed in, taking a personal angle. He proclaimed that even his daughters would not want to use the gym bathrooms as they are fearful. “Well, and that will probably change our culture,” King responded. “We’ll have a bunch of sweaty women around.”