Biden’s Bathroom Order Declared Unlawful

( According to reports, another federal court struck down the Biden administration’s radical social agenda.

To prevent employment discrimination against LGBTQ people, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enacted a regulation last year that allowed them to use bathrooms and pronouns per their gender identification. Several states, notably Texas, promptly contested the order in court as unlawful interference with businesses.

Asserting that the protections went too far, Trump nominee and U.S. District Court Judge for the Northern District of Texas Matthew Kacsmaryk ruled in a decision on October 1 that while Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects LGBTQ individuals from discriminatory hiring practices, that doesn’t cover necessarily all correlated conduct. That includes choosing which bathroom to use and pronouns to use.

Reports showed that in September 2021, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the administration over the guidance, claiming that states should operate according to their own laws rather than relying on the federal government’s detailed employer guidelines.

According to a news statement from Paxton, the court ruling is not just a triumph for the rule of law but also for the safety and protection of Texas children. It is a win against the radicalization of federal law by the Biden Administration to further its political convictions. Paxton promised to keep fighting back against these illegal attempts to legitimize radical ideas through the use of government institutions, which endangers millions of Texans.

Reports show a federal judge also prevented the Biden administration from limiting the number of arrests, detentions, and removals made by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Judge Michael Newman of the Southern District of Ohio ordered a preliminary injunction that forbade Biden from enforcing the updated rules on immigration penalties.

According to the judge, States had sued because they thought DHS violated Congress’s immigration enforcement when it enacted a policy that prioritizes certain high-risk noncitizens for detention and deportation. To enable effective law enforcement, DHS maintains that supposedly obligatory legislation must be construed flexibly.

Attorney Generals Mark Brnovich of Arizona, Austin Knudsen of Montana, and Dave Yost of Ohio sued the Biden administration over the policy change in November 2021, claiming that it dramatically binds the hands of immigration officials, blocking practically all deportations.

Also, in November 2021, the Department of Homeland Security, in charge of ICE, released official guidelines to restrict who ICE might detain and deport.

Democrats exist to anger and separate citizens, so it’s easier to control them.