Almost 1.5 million people have joined a boycott of Target stores over their new dangerous bathroom transgender rule.
Now, to make sure citizens are safe in the Lone Star State, Texas Attorney General General Ken Paxton made a huge announcement: He issued a letter to Target’s CEO expressing his concern about how this policy could encourage criminal activity, and is threatening legal action!
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton also has grave concerns – and he expressed them in a letter to Target’s chief executive officer.
“It is possible that allowing men in women’s restrooms could lead to criminal and otherwise unwanted activity,” Paxton wrote in the letter obtained exclusively by Fox News.
The attorney general is asking for Target to disclose its plans to protect women and children in their bathrooms and fitting rooms.
“As chief lawyer and law enforcement officer for the State of Texas, I ask that you provide the full text of Target’s safety policies regarding the protection of women and children from those who would use the cover of Target’s restroom policy for nefarious purposes,” Paxton wrote.
The attorney general reiterated that Target is free to open its bathrooms to whoever it wants in the Lone Star State. However, he’s not all that sure Texans will welcome such policies.
“The voters in Houston recently repealed by a wide margin an ordinance that advanced many of the same goals as Target’s current policy,” he wrote.
Via Fox News
This is awesome – The Texas Attorney General is the state’s chief law enforcement official, and this insane policy at Target has directly put women and children in harm’s way.
The debate isn’t about the civil rights of the small part of the population known as “transgendered.” It’s about allowing any pervert in America to use the bathroom next to young girls. This is unacceptable.
Hopefully AG Paxton’s announcement will give leaders in other state the courage to stand up to this dangerous “politically correct” policy and tell Target the bathroom policy is wrong.
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