DURHAM, N.C. – A transgender woman claims she was escorted out of a public North Carolina restroom by security – but surveillance video shows it might not have happened.Of course it didn't happen. Most 'hate crimes' these days demonstrably never happened.* But that wasn't what caught my attention. It was this sentence from the same article:
The Durham woman said she wanted to make a statement by going into a woman’s restroom and snapping a selfie in the mirror.Now, read that marvel of self-contradiction again.
A woman wanted to 'make a statement' by going into the women's restroom. Strange, millions of women go into the women's restroom every day, and that doesn't make a statement. The only way it can make a statement is if the woman is not a woman, but a man, which is exactly what he is**. That's the only way 'a statement' could be made.
So why does the article refer to him as 'she'? Because it knowingly presents Mr. Adams' lie about himself to us as if it were the truth. Not only does the story not give the facts, it purposely gives the opposite of the facts, even when they reduce the story's premise to unintelligible rubbish.
"But," they say, "someone's feelings will be hurt if the truth were told." We are told that because Mr. Adams feels like a woman, we must all pretend that he is one. These people insist that we are morally obligated to play 'let's pretend' with adults. They insist that we accept an obvious lie as truth. We shall embrace the lie that the lie might set us free.
This is Social Justice in a nutshell. It is the insistence that we knowingly lie - to each other and to ourselves - so that someone, somewhere, can feel like he is making a statement.
* One redeeming quality of the surveillance state, I suppose.
** A sexually-disoriented one more likely than a black-knighting one.