Last week, a transgender woman was violently beaten at a McDonald’s in Baltimore, MD.
Bryan Fischer talked about the assault on his radio program today and I am sure you will be shocked to learn that not once did he utter a single word of condemnation, but rather used it as justification for the AFA’s opposition to “bathroom bills”:
The victim appeared to be a woman. In the video, it looked like a woman [with] long hair. But at one point in the fracas, her wig is pulled off and you still think its a woman, looks like a woman, and she’s beaten to within an inch of her life, she winds up in convulsions on the floor.
And then we discover now that it was a guy all the time, it’s not a woman at all. It’s a transgendered woman, which means he’s a man, he’s a male. He’s a male in every single cell his DNA. Every single cell of his body, every strand of his DNA in his entire body is male. He’s not a woman, he’s not a transgendered woman, he’s not a transgendered female, he is a man. And here’s the deal: apparently he was getting ready to go into, or had been in, the ladies’ restroom.
And remember, Maryland came within one vote – I don’t know if you knew this – Maryland came within one vote of passing a law this last session that would have provided special protections for transgendered people, people who think they’re in the wrong body.
So if that law had passed, then this man would have had every legal right to go into the ladies’ restroom, even if there are young teenage girls present and nobody would have stopped him. In fact, if McDonald’s had tried to keep him, as a man, from going into the ladies’ restroom, if that law had passed McDonald’s is the one who would have got in trouble. They would have gotten sued, a potential franchise ending lawsuit.
That’s why we always call these things “bathroom bills” and this proves that we are right. This exactly shows you the hazard of these bathroom bills. You give special privileges to people based on deviant sexuality, you’re going to get in all kinds of trouble and all traditional norms of respect, privacy, civility, those are going to be completely shredded.