(NationalSentinel) In case you missed it, President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order this week overturning President Obama’s ridiculous transgender bathroom directive – the one thatÂ required public schools to allow students to use the bathroom and locker room of the sex theyÂ identified with.
Never mind that theÂ politically motivated order was not Obama’s to make, or thatÂ it was directed at a tiny, tiny fraction of the student population. In an era when parents are increasingly concerned about theÂ Left-wing hyper-sexualization of American society, the destruction of traditional values and American social mores, it wasÂ a dumb thing to do.
But it’s even dumber toÂ blame parents for refusing to go along with exposing their impressionable teenaged sons and daughters to persons of the opposite sex, in some of the most intimate of situations – going to the bathroom and taking showers.
Yet, that’s exactly whatÂ CNN host Chris Cuomo just did. As reported by theÂ Washington Free Beacon, any parent who refuses to go along with Obama’s lunacy isÂ intolerant, and is teaching their kid to be equally intolerant:
CNN host Chris Cuomo took to Twitter on Thursday to castigate the Trump administration for rolling back former President Obama’s protections that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms that matched the gender they identify with.
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Cuomo, the son of former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo and brother of current Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D.), engaged with numerous users on Twitter, explaining that he believes forcing students to use the bathroom that matches their gender at birth is intolerant.
One Twitter user on Thursday morning asked Cuomo to respond to a 12-year-old girl who “doesn’t want to see a penis in the locker room.”
Cuomo called such an attitude a “problem” and wondered if she is not the issue but “her overprotective and intolerant dad.”
“Teach tolerance,” Cuomo added.
Cuomo apparently deleted his tweet later, but astute Twitter vets made sure to preserve it.
So, indecent exposure is now okay for one ofÂ CNN‘s primary hosts? Parents who want to shield and protect their kids from such exposure are the problem?
Apparently they are to Cuomo – and, by association,Â CNN.
It’s not possible to get into the minds of the news executives in Atlanta, so we can’t explainÂ the thought process or logic behind hiring these kinds of certifiable lunatics. But by keeping Cuomo on staff, whichÂ CNN appears ready to do, that at least tells us a lot about what executives find acceptable, after the fact.