Reversing the transgender bathroom order is the most Federalist thing Trump has done

Transgender Bathroom Order

It probably surprises many who have read my works over the months or years that I occasionally give President Donald Trump credit. I opposed him during the primaries, actively sought an alternative to him and Hillary Clinton during the general election, and formed a new Federalist Party in response to the state of affairs in Washington DC.

Despite all of these anti-Trump actions, I’m a huge fan of fairness. Below God and family, America comes first in my books, which is why I have no problem giving Trump or any politician praise when they do well. By rescinding the overreaching transgender bathroom and locker room order issues by the Obama administration, President Trump has done the right thing for multiple reasons.

The first is obvious. The safety and privacy of Americans supersedes the feelings of those who have issues with their biological status. It is completely anti-American to say that one type of person can choose where they want to utilize or expose their sexual organs while another type of person cannot.

The second is as Federalist as it gets. The order opens for the door for states to decide how they want to move forward. This is how it should be. The federal government should not be in the business of protecting people’s feelings.

The biggest problem with Washington DC is its eager willingness to get involved in areas where it simply doesn’t belong. By taking this step, President Trump earns a thumbs up.

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JD Rucker

JD Rucker is Editor of this site as well as Soshable, a Federalist Christian Blog. He is a Christian, a husband, a father, and co-founder of the Federalist Party. Find him on Twitter or Facebook.

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