Or, "Pro-Queer California To Declare War On States That Haven't Banned Christians....Sort Of":
A California lawmaker has proposed a bill banning State employees from using government funds for travel to other States with laws that advocates for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender people say discriminate against them.
"No one wants to send employees into an environment where they would be uncomfortable," Democrat Assemblyman Evan Low told the Sacramento Bee....
Low's bill will be heard in April, and could include twenty-one States where religious freedom laws are in place, including places like Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico, Tennessee, Kentucky. and Virginia. [emphasis added]
Wait a minute, stop the tape. "No one wants to send employees into an environment where they would be uncomfortable"? Homosexuals and the genderly mentally ill constitute a tiny minority of the population; the vast majority are, at least in that context, normal. So how could "State employees" ALL feel "uncomfortable" traveling to States that aren't rabidly hostile to religious liberties? Does that not strongly imply that California is flagrantly discriminating in its hiring practices against people of faith? Or have they already succeeded in religiously cleansing the Acupulco Golden State?
Furthermore, how would simply traveling to a State that has not lavished special rights and privileges upon the sexually retrograde and confused render any California State employee "uncomfortable"? Wouldn't that "discomfort" have to be actively sought out? Or are they such hopeless pussies that even driving by a church building breaks them out in hives of hyperventilation, and even the sight of a cross makes them spontaneously combust like a vampire?
Is Evan Low's bill, in other words, not punitively puerile and pointless, since States are heavily engaged with one another on countless purposes and projects?
Ah, but don't worry, folks - his bill doesn't apply to anyone and anything truly important to the Queer ruling class:
Low said he doesn’t know which States his bill would apply to yet. He said it would not cover lawmakers and political trips but would affect administrative travel. [emphasis added]
Imposing their twisted values on the little guy while cutting themselves passes, exceptions, and waivers. Hypocrisy is still the lone leftwingnut rock-ribbed principle, I see. It wouldn't be Gollyfornia any other way, would it?
Exit question: Why haven't the twenty-one Christian sanctuary States already broken off diplomatic relations with Sacramento long ago? They have far more reason to fear their employees "catching something," after all.