unjust Bathroom Bounty Bill's demise just yet.
Never underestimate the GOP's desire to hate on groups they don't like.
The Teapublican haters in the Senate Education Committee regrouped, waited until Sen. Gerald Neal (D-Louisville) and Sen. Julie Raque Adams (R-Louisville) were not in Frankfort, then called a snap meeting of the committee Monday night to revisit the issue.
And this time they also made sure they had the transphobes speaking in front of the committee
"I know of several girls at my school who are uncomfortable with my
school's policy but are afraid to speak out about it because they know
the school's not on their side and they're afraid of judgment by their
peers," Christina Kelty told reporters. "I thought those girls needed a voice."
Umm hmm. Being a transphobe and an oppression enabler should ALWAYS make you uncomfortable, Christina
He also said this reminded him of an era when white students were uncomfortable using the restroom with Black students
But alas, it seems as though the 21st century Republican Party always has time to pass unjust laws that enable bigotry and oppression instead of govern..