Nancy Pelosi is currently pushing what she called The Equality Act. It claims to promote equality for people, but in reality, it has nothing at all to do with equality and everything to do with division and control.

President Trump and countless other people have properly condemned the bill, which recently passed the Democrat House of Representatives and must now be approved in the Senate.

During his speech at CPAC on Sunday, Trump referred to one  “crazy” part of the Equality Act:

 “What coach wants to recruit a young woman if her record could be easily broken by someone who was born a man?… I think it’s crazy. We must protect the integrity of women’s sports.”

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One major flaw in such legislation and thinking is that it will inevitably destroy female sports, allowing them to be dominated by any male who decides to call himself a woman.

Nature doesn’t care what you think or feel you are.  At this point in history, biologically, the strongest men will always be stronger than the strongest women, regardless of the experimental and dangerous drug cocktails you feed them to alter their hormones and development.

In the words of Ayn Rand, “We can ignore reality, but we cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.”

This “Equality Bill” completely ignores reality in favor of a world not granted to man by the laws of physics and nature.

Democrats perpetually talk about science, often dismissing all conservatives or independents as religious dullards and rubes who do not believe in evolution.

But science is just another institution that hollowed out into an empty faith that follows none of its distilled and basic mindset methods.

According to evolutionary theory, millions and perhaps billions of years of evolution developed the biological ecosystem and two-sex system with which humanity exists.  Democrats believe that they can somehow reverse or alter perhaps billions of years of evolution with the stroke of a pen that denies the very scientific reality they purport to believe.

This is because they have been taught Critical Race Theory for years now.  Critical Race Theory teaches that critical thinking–including mathematics, is a racist and sexist way of thinking:

 

Excerpt from Page 19 of Race, Class, and Gender: An Anthology (2001) taught in many colleges and universities worldwide. https://www.google.com/books/edition/Race_Class_and_Gender/uys9R30M-mcC?hl=en&gbpv=0

But, as of today,  more negative repercussions of this Equality Act have recently come to light.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution On-Campus Reports:

Morehouse, Spelman colleges say the bill may hurt federal funding.

Morehouse and Spelman colleges’ presidents wrote Georgia’s U.S. senators on Thursday warning of possible unintended consequences from a bill in Congress designed to extend federal civil rights protections to the LGBTQ community.

The proposed Equality Act “could render single-sex private educational institutions ineligible to receive federal funds or render them unlawful entirely,” the presidents wrote senators Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. Spelman’s mission is to educate Black women, while Morehouse’s mission is to educate Black men.

The Atlanta colleges asked for an amendment to the bill that includes an exemption for single-sex institutions of higher education. Without the amendment, Spelman spokeswoman Joyce Davis said: “The impact would be significant: If single-sex colleges are disqualified from federal funding, they will cease to exist.”
Dr. David Thomas, President of HSBC Morehouse College

 

So, the presidents of Morehouse and Spelman colleges–both HBCUs–recognize an unscientific tyranny being mandated in this act.  Instead of trying to prevent tyranny for everyone, they are pushing for special carveouts for only their colleges that they seek to exempt from the bill.

Wasn’t this bill supposed to be about equality for everyone?  How did it become about creating further divisions between governmentally created social classes of people? Won’t that sow further division among these groups?  If this bill is so good for everyone and based upon science and equality, why do some black people need to be exempt from it?

Dr. Mary Schmidt, President of HSBC Spelman College, pictured below:

Spelman College President Dr. Mary Schmidt

The AJC On-Campus Continues:

U.S. House lawmakers passed the bill last week. A Senate vote is pending.

Other single-gender colleges in Georgia include Agnes Scott in Decatur and Wesleyan in Macon. Agnes Scott said in a statement it would also follow this issue closely.

Warnock is working with the colleges to help resolve the issue, Davis said late Friday. Ossoff’s staff worked with Warnock’s team to address the issue, a spokesman for Ossoff told us.

What is going on here?  If single-gender…ism is a bad and somehow amoral thing, why would it be allowed on any campus?  Does this tall-tale follow any consistent inner-logic?

As we said before, critical thinking is banned in a critical race theory works, so that doesn’t matter to these CRT adherents.  They want their cut of the pie.

So, it looks like the carveouts are coming.  But why are special unequal carveouts necessary in a bill labeled as The Equality Act?

This is, of course, what always happens in socialist societies as they fail. Protected classes are created, and infinite carveouts must be made as more protected classes are defined.  Critical thinking is ignored in favor of handouts and status.

Then, reparations and reprisals are sought ad infinitum as each protected class claims victimhood because all the laws labeled ‘equality’ have nothing to do with equality or permanence and have only served to make everyone look suspiciously at their neighbors.

Orwell summed up the tyranny of socialism very succinctly in Animal Farm:

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

This begs the question, if it isn’t fair or just or lawful for Historically Black Universities to be subject to this new authoritarian mandate, then why is it fair or just or lawful to subject anyone else to it?

Keep in mind that we have already proven that any answer involving critical race theory intentionally subverts critical thinking.

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