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By now, everyone has heard about the bill Virginia Delegate Elizabeth Guzman wants to introduce a bill that would involve CPS and charge parents with crimes for NOT affirming their child if they felt like they were gay or trans.  That is bad enough BUT were you aware that people like Jennifer Wexton, Abagail Spanberger, and Geary Connolly (along with the rest of the Congressional Dems) are looking to pass HR 1209 Transgender Bill of Rights?

 

On 6/28/22 HR 1209 Transgender Bill of Rights was introduced to the House Floor and I would fully expect that this will be passed during the “lame-duck” session.  This leads me to believe that perhaps Elizabeth Guzman was NOT trying to take action against Youngkin and his new Model Policy like she said but to lay the tracks for the anticipated passing of HR 1209 Transgender Bill of Rights.  

 

You will see in bold red writing below, by the Democratic-controlled Congress that there are ONLY 1,400,000 transgender adults living in the US, out of 340,000,000 US citizens, .4% of the US population.  The obvious question is WHY are these Democrats literally destroying America, and creating an entirely separate Bill of Rights for .4% of the population?  Aren’t we all Americans regardless of color and gender?  I used to think so.

 

Recognizing that it is the duty of the Federal Government to develop and implement a Transgender Bill of Rights to protect and codify the rights of transgender and nonbinary people under the law and ensure their access to medical care, shelter, safety, and economic security.


IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
June 28, 2022

Ms. Jayapal (for herself, Mr. Cicilline, Ms. Newman, Mr. Takano, Mr. Torres of New York, Ms. Adams, Ms. Barragán, Ms. Bass, Mr. Blumenauer, Ms. Blunt Rochester, Ms. Bonamici, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Brown of Maryland, Ms. Brown of Ohio, Ms. Brownley, Ms. Bush, Mr. Cárdenas, Mr. Carson, Mr. Casten, Ms. Castor of Florida, Ms. Chu, Ms. Clark of Massachusetts, Ms. Clarke of New York, Mr. Connolly, Mr. Danny K. Davis of Illinois, Ms. Dean, Mr. DeFazio, Mr. DeSaulnier, Mr. Doggett, Ms. Escobar, Ms. Eshoo, Mr. Evans, Mr. Garamendi, Mr. García of Illinois, Mr. Gomez, Mr. Green of Texas, Mr. Grijalva, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Higgins of New York, Ms. Jackson Lee, Ms. Jacobs of California, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Mr. Jones, Mr. Keating, Mr. Khanna, Ms. Kuster, Mr. Langevin, Mr. Larson of Connecticut, Mrs. Lawrence, Ms. Lee of California, Ms. Leger Fernandez, Mr. Levin of Michigan, Mr. Lowenthal, Mr. Lynch, Mrs. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, Ms. McCollum, Mr. McGovern, Ms. Meng, Ms. Moore of Wisconsin, Mr. Nadler, Mrs. Napolitano, Ms. Norton, Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, Ms. Omar, Mr. Panetta, Mr. Payne, Ms. Pingree, Ms. Porter, Ms. Pressley, Mr. Quigley, Mr. Raskin, Ms. Sánchez, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Smith of Washington, Mr. Soto, Ms. Speier, Ms. Stevens, Ms. Titus, Ms. Tlaib, Mr. Tonko, Mrs. Trahan, Ms. Velázquez, Mrs. Watson Coleman, Mr. Welch, Ms. Williams of Georgia, and Ms. Wilson of Florida) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition to the Committees on Education and Labor, Energy and Commerce, Financial Services, and Oversight and Reform, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned


RESOLUTION

Recognizing that it is the duty of the Federal Government to develop and implement a Transgender Bill of Rights to protect and codify the rights of transgender and nonbinary people under the law and ensure their access to medical care, shelter, safety, and economic security.

Whereas an estimated 1,400,000 transgender adults live in the United States;

Whereas title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires equal treatment under the law regardless of sex;

Whereas the Supreme Court affirmed in Bostock v. Clayton County that Federal protection against discrimination on the basis of sex includes protection from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity;

Whereas despite these protections, transgender people still experience discrimination in medical care, employment, housing, education, lending, and other basic necessities;

Whereas the right of transgender and nonbinary people to seek lifesaving, gender-affirming care and counseling is under threat across the Nation;

Whereas transgender and nonbinary people face significant barriers to legal recognition of their truest selves on government documentation and identification;

Whereas transgender and nonbinary people experience disproportionately high rates of poverty, homelessness, violence, and suicide; and

Whereas transgender and nonbinary people detained in jails, prisons, and immigration detention centers are especially vulnerable to violence and abuse and are often deprived of gender-affirming supplies and care: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That it is the sense of the House of Representatives that—

(1) it is the duty of the Federal Government to protect the rights of transgender and nonbinary people as outlined in this Transgender Bill of Rights by—

(A) ensuring transgender and nonbinary people have equal access to services and public accommodations that align with their gender identity by—

(i) amending the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, including gender identity and sex characteristics in public accommodations and federally funded programs and activities;


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