Obama's actions either sinister or delusional

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Obama cryingA traditional values expert is calling on America to respond and fight the effort to allow boys into girls’ restrooms, locker rooms and showers in public facilities.

President Obama told Buzzfeed.com that the idea behind his policy directed at schools - suggesting they can lose federal money and be sued if they choose not to comply - is to protect the few students who are transgender. Matt Barber, a constitutional attorney and founder of Barbwire.com, is appalled at Obama's statement that he wants to protect the dignity of those students who might claim to be transgender.

“No, we need to worry about the dignity and innocence and purity of young girls who are being placed in harm's way by this lawless edict by this presidential administration,” he says. “This president knows that what he is doing is lawless. He's knows that at best it is disingenuous; at worst, completely dishonesty." 

Transgenders suffer from a mental disorder called gender dysphoria that can be treated. There is no such thing as "political dysphoria," but Barber believes that kind of thinking may be in play with this president.

“With this president, it makes you wonder about his mental health,” he tells OneNewsNow. “The fact that he is so delusional that he would push this through. He is either delusional, or it's pure evil. I personally think it's more sinister than just a president suffering from a mental illness and a delusion.”

He believes the action reflects a wicked man holding the office of president. Barber also is issuing a call for parents and their children to press members of Congress to hold President Obama accountable.

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