We continue with that today.
Let's start with Mayor McDowntown's own lofty denunciation of HB2:
Mayor Mcfarlane is proud to stand with her transgender allies in Raleigh and in solidarity with Charlotte's "bathroom" ordinance.
And of course the local LGBT community has chimed in:
So the question arises, what legal ordinances govern the use of bathroom facilities within the City of Raleigh? Sec. 13-2015. speaks to that:
"it be unlawful for a member of one sex to enter or use a facility provided for members of the opposite sex."
Maybe when the local left quits using this issue as a whipping boy to attack Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly and Governor McCrory, they can head a few blocks down to Hargett Street to address the hard core transphobic bigotry found there.
Maybe Tim Giuliani and the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce can issue a statement condemning Raleigh's intolerance and bigotry. They won't - because they're hypocrites. The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce only condemns local government when it comes to neighborhood schools.