Travel Bans

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🙄 Californians try to bully places and show they're the biggest hypocrites with travel ban. So while oral sex is still outlawed in many cities in California (like SF), they issue laws like [AB 1887] (or a travel ban) to states that have lesser laws against LGBTQ or religious liberty that they don't like. In the mean time, they don't have travel bans to countries that have torture or capital punishment for LGBTQ's, or the religion that fosters those laws (Islam). I'd ask them if Texas should ban travel to California because of their unconstitutional persecution of gun owners, their racist position on affirmative action in college admittance, or their violation of federal immigration laws (Sanctuary State)? But the preachy hypocrites just get apoplectic if anyone reflects their moral righteousness back at them.

🗒️ NOTE:
Look, I'm pro-Gay marriage, have no transphobia, but I'm also pro States-rights... even to do stupid things I don't agree with. So California banning Travel to states that don't allow friendly enough Trans Bathroom policies, after the ink is barely dry on their newly invented civil right, and while still allowing Travel to countries that are far worse, like themselves, is just too dumb and morally inconsistent to fathom. What does a travel ban do that is constructive in any way?


Here's a list of states that they've "banned" travel to, as virtue-signaling Tourette's:

  • Kansas
  • Mississippi
  • North Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Alabama
  • Kentucky
  • South Dakota
  • Texas
❄️ Byran Adams: - to double-down in the dingleberry logic, Bryan Adams sided with California and said someone not baking a wedding cake for you is NOT denying your civil rights, “I cannot in good conscience perform in a state where certain people are being denied their civil rights due to their sexual orientation”. But again, has performed in counties that do far worse, or states with worse laws on the books. Fuck off little snowflake, I'll never go to one of your concerts again.


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