US District Judge Helps School District Thumb Nose At Trump: Constitution Doesn’t Outline Protected Privacy
The former homosexual, Muslim, America-hating usurper, Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah left a legacy of divisiveness, hate, and support for denial of individual God-given unalienable rights.
It’s seen in the various cities around the republic where Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and black supremacists, as well as other groups, engage in anarchical protests dripping with violence to push for a revolution to overturn our current system of government to a more socialist/communist form.
Where one can see the biggest demoralization of our population based on violations of individual God-given unalienable rights is in the government controlled institutions of indoctrination, formerly known as schools.
Hussein Soetoro issued a memo to government schools through the unconstitutional Department of Education instructing schools that boys and girls will be sharing locker room, restroom facilities and showers in order to accommodate the mentally ill suffering from gender dysphoria, aka transgenderism.
With the inauguration of Donald Trump as president in January, he wisely reversed these “guidelines.” However, one US District Judge has supported one school system’s refusal to follow the current presidential order.
U.S. District Judge Edward Smith has endorsed a school district’s strategy to ignore the Trump administration’s advice regarding transgender students – and instead potentially expose its student body to students of the opposite sex sharing their showers.
The ruling from Smith came in the fight going on in the Boyertown Area School District, where officials last year abruptly, and without telling anyone, opened the school’s boys’ restrooms to boys or girls who say they are boys, and the girls’ facilities to girls or boys who say they are girls.
Several students exposed, without their permission, to other students of opposite sex, sued the district, and asked for a preliminary injunction to protect their privacy and modesty while the court case plays out.
Smith refused to allow them any protection whatsoever.
The idea for an open-showers policy came from the Barack Obama administration, but his counsel, in the form of a letter to district, was immediately reversed when President Donald Trump took office.
The Boyertown district simply decided to ignore the reversal, and Smith endorsed that.
Smith opined that the school district, in conjunction with guidance from the Pennsylvania School Board Association, the National School Board Association, the solicitor and “what the school district administration believes is fair and equitable under the circumstances” believes its position is consistent.
He then went on to explain that the Boyertown district voted to continue this policy and since it was “established practice” of exposing students to students of the opposite sex, those involved in suing the district “weren’t likely to win a case to change the practice.”
Smith wrote over 100 pages citing the humiliation, embarrassment, fearfulness and harassment by school officials of students who brought the complaint.
However, the judge, after all his “recounts,” finally stated, “The United States Constitution does not mention a specific right to privacy.”
Smith argued that no court could be located that recognized the constitutional right to privacy presented as the broad definition presented by the complainants.
Furthermore, the judge claimed, “these rights are not such that ‘neither liberty nor justice would exist if they were sacrificed.'”
Here is another idiot judge sitting on the bench, holding leftist ideology, ruling on a case based on personal preference instead of the law.
At this point, federal law stated unequivocally that schools are allowed to provide separate facilities for boys and girls.
Moreover, the Ninth Amendment of the Constitution for the united States of America states, “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”
While the right to privacy is not specifically mentioned as being protected, the privacy right is inherent, unalienable, and considered protected under the Ninth Amendment.
Judge Edward Smith should be removed from the bench.
Since when does the judicial system tell individuals how far their privacy extends?
Personally, a spouse entering the bathroom while in it caused a feeling of privacy violation.
Christiana Holcomb, legal counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom, said, “School officials should protect the bodily privacy of all students.
Because the Boyertown district has failed to respect the privacy rights that all students have under the U.S. Constitution and Pennsylvania law, we are consulting with our clients about appealing this decision so that their rights may be protected while the lawsuit proceeds.
This is important not only for our clients, but for all students within the Boyertown Area School District, as every student deserves to have their privacy and dignity respected by school officials.”
Jeremy Samek, counsel for the Independence Law Center, which also is working on the case, added, “The district’s new policy permits a student to unilaterally eliminate the privacy rights of other students based simply on that student’s beliefs about gender. A person’s privacy rights are theirs and theirs alone. Beliefs about gender shouldn’t be a license to violate privacy inside boys’ or girls’ locker rooms and restrooms. That defeats the very purpose of sex-separated facilities.”
A few months ago, WND reported on this same school system regarding this same issue where the school was “concerned” about student privacy after several students filed suit over finding members of the opposite sex in the sex-separated facilities.
In a statement released to WND, Boyertown School District revealed “that its board met recently and ‘unanimously approved a proposal by an area architectural firm to study how to possibly enhance student privacy in the high school’s locker and restrooms’.” What changed?
Because of this practice by the school district, initiated because of the former homosexual Muslim imposter president, one female student now suffers from anxiety and stress disorder.
When 0.2% – 0.3% of the population pushes policy and legislation onto the rest of the population thereby violating individual God-given unalienable rights, this is the epitome of tyranny and despotism.
It is what the founding fathers rejected in 1776 – King George and his nobles trampling the rights of the people and making law without the people’s representation or consent.
With all of the reports in the media concerning the violation of our children by the government institutions of indoctrination in order to accommodate children with mental illness, there should be no doubt or hesitation for parents to boycott these government institutions and home school their children.
It is time to engage in civil disobedience by refusing to send children to these debaucherous institutions headed by and employed with child abusers, exploiters, and Godless people.
If we do not stand for our children against the wickedness afflicting man, when?
How will our children learn to confront wickedness without our example and unwavering support?