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North Carolina Keeps HB-2

Yesterday, in a special session, the North Carolina Senate rejected legislation that would have repealed HB-2, the common-sense legislation that overruled the City of Charlotte’s controversial “bathroom” ordinance, which was implemented earlier this year.

In February, the Charlotte City Council passed a sexual orientation and gender identity, or SOGI, accommodation measure that essentially undermined religious liberty protections for business owners and would allow anyone to use sex-specific facilities on the basis of identity, regardless of biological sex. Similar SOGI accommodation policies implemented in cities like Houston, or by companies like Target, have led to safety concerns because they effectively allow men in women’s restrooms and fitting rooms.

Many have criticized the City of Charlotte and the liberal supporters of the Charlotte ordinance for pursuing a political agenda over common sense and safety. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory alluded to the damage caused by the misinformation campaign surrounding the situation saying:

“The sudden reversal, with little notice after the gubernatorial election has ended, sadly proves this entire issue, originated by the political left, was all about politics at the expense of Charlotte and the entire state of North Carolina.”

Many corporations like PayPal and other companies that joined advocacy efforts with groups like EqualityNC tried to bully North Carolina into repealing HB-2. Even sports organizations like the Atlantic Coast Conference and the National Basketball Association participated in the political grandstanding by moving athletic events to other states.

However, it appears that the large corporations and their coalitions don’t have the clout to overturn reasonable protections for business owners and individuals as North Carolina still has not given in, despite the efforts by liberals to hold the state hostage.

We’ll continue to monitor the situation in North Carolina as it develops, especially as corporations continue to weigh in on these issues that ultimately undermine the 1st Amendment.

  • MARVIN OUTRAGE

    Thank G-d for intervening and stopping the repeal. May the forces of good strengthen their resolve and create bathrooms for “other” genders where the users’ lives may be ended humanely to hasten the rise of G-d’s Kingdom in our beloved country. Stab-toilets, electrocution urinals and nerve agent delivery mechanisms have all been tested and are nearly 94% lethal. The 6% who escape will serve as a brake on our youth opting into the gay, gender-transfer and bestiality cults. AWAKEN CHRIST’S WARRIORS AND HEED HIS CALL TO SLAY THOSE WHO DISOBEY IN THE NAME OF PEACE AND LOVE, AMEN. Merry Christmas, and may all your future Christmases be white.

  • Paul Raymond

    Yep, have the big list of these bullies after HB2:

    Backers of the Charlotte Bathroom Bill/Opponents of HB2:

    EqualityNC (Level of giving is noted):
    – GlaskoSmithKline (Speaker’s Circle $5000-$9999)
    – Food Lion (Senate Circle $2400-$4999)
    – IBM (Senate Circle $2400-$4999)
    – Clorox Company Foundation (House Circle $1200-2399)
    – Ameriprise Financial (Legislative Circle ($600-$1199)
    – Time Warner Cable (Legislative Circle ($600-$1199)

    Charlotte Business Guild (Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce):
    – 5/3 Bank
    – Liberty Mutual
    – Food Lion

    HRC

    Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/2nd_vote_uncovers_corporate_support_for_charlotte_bathroom_bill_

    PayPal

    Source: http://www.wral.com/citing-hb2-paypal-cancels-planned-charlotte-expansion/15621787/

    Google Ventures

    Apple, Facebook, Bank of America

    Lionsgate

    Braeburn Pharmaceuticals

    Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/06/us/gay-rights-mississippi-north-carolina.html

    Charlotte Hornets

    Carolina Hurricanes

    American Airlines

    Lowe’s Home Improvement

    Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2016/03/25/tech-leaders-join-ranks-opposing-nc-law/82263478/

    Karen Appleton, Senior Vice President, Box
    Brandee Barker, Cofounder, The Pramana Collective
    Marc Benioff, CEO, Salesforce
    Chip Bergh, President and CEO, Levi Strauss & Co.
    Michael Birch, Founder, Blab
    Ed Black, President and CEO, Computer & Communications Industry Association
    Nathan Blecharczyk, Cofounder and CTO, Airbnb
    Steven R. Boal, CEO, Quotient Technology Inc.
    Ron Boire, CEO, Barnes and Noble
    Lorna Borenstein, CEO, Grokker
    Jim Brewer, Vice President of Government Affairs, American Society of Interior Designers
    Brad Brinegar, Chairman and CEO, McKinney
    John Bryant, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Kellogg Company
    Wes Bush, Chairman, CEO and President of Northrop Grumman
    Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar, co-CEOs, Atlassian
    Lloyd Carney, CEO, Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
    Brian Chesky, CEO, Airbnb
    Emanuel Chirico, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PVH Corp.
    Ron Conway, Founder and Co-Managing Partner, SV Angel
    Tim Cook, CEO, Apple
    Paul T. Dacier, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, EMC Corporation
    Dean Debnam, Chairman and CEO, Workplace Options
    Jack Dorsey, CEO, Square and Twitter
    David Ebersman, Cofounder and CEO, Lyra Health
    Jared Fliesler, General Partner, Matrix Partners
    Vince Forlenza, Chairman, CEO and President, BD
    Joe Gebbia, Cofounder and Chief Product Officer, Airbnb
    Jason Goldberg, CEO, Pepo
    Alan King, President and COO, Workplace Options
    Kristen Koh Goldstein, CEO, BackOps
    Mitchell Gold, co-founder and chair-man, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
    John H. Graham IV, President and CEO, American Society of Association Executives
    Logan Green, CEO, Lyft
    Mike Gregoire, CEO, CA Technologies
    Paul Graham, Founder, Y Combinator
    David Hassell, CEO, 15Five
    Charles H. Hill III, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources, Pfizer Inc.
    Reid Hoffman, Chairman, LinkedIn
    Robert Hohman, Cofounder & CEO, Glassdoor
    Mark Hoplamazian, President and CEO, Hyatt Hotels Corporation
    Drew Houston, CEO, Dropbox
    William H. Howle, President of U.S. Retail Banking Group, Citibank
    Steve Huffman, CEO, Reddit
    Chad Hurley, Cofounder, YouTube
    Dave Imre, Partner and CEO, IMRE
    Dev Ittycheria, President & CEO, MongoDB
    Laurene Powell Jobs, President, Emerson Collective
    Michael O. Johnson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Herbalife
    Cecily Joseph, VP Corporate Responsibility and Chief Diversity Officer, Symantec Corporation
    Steve Joyce, CEO, Choice Hotels International
    Travis Kalanick, CEO, Uber
    David Karp, Founder and CEO, Tumblr
    Travis Katz, Founder and CEO, Gogobot
    Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel
    Joshua Kushner, Managing Partner, Thrive Capital
    Michael W. Lamach, Chairman and CEO, Ingersoll-Rand plc
    Jeff Lawson, Founder, CEO and Chairman, Twilio
    Max Levchin, CEO, Affirm
    Dion Lim, CEO, NextLesson
    Shan-lyn Ma, CEO, Zola
    Vishal Makhijani, COO, Udacity
    Tom Mangas, CEO, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
    Bill Maris, CEO, Google Ventures
    Marissa Mayer, President and CEO, Yahoo
    Melody McCloskey, CEO, StyleSeat
    Douglas Merrill, CEO, Zestfinance
    Dyke Messinger, President and CEO, Power Curbers Inc.
    Steve Mollenkopf, CEO, Qualcomm Inc.
    Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America
    Hari Nair, Vice President and General Manager, Orbitz.com & CheapTickets.com
    Christopher J. Nassetta, President & Chief Executive Officer, Hilton Worldwide
    Michael Natenshon, CEO, Marine Layer
    Alexi G. Nazem, Cofounder and CEO, Nomad Health
    Alexis Ohanian, Cofounder, Reddit
    Laurie J. Olson, EVP, Strategy, Portfolio and Commercial Operations, Pfizer Inc.
    Bob Page, Founder and CEO, Replacements, Ltd.
    Doug Parker, Chairman and CEO, American Airlines
    Mike Pedersen, CEO and President, TD Bank, N.A.
    Michelle Peluso, Strategic Advisor and former CEO, Gilt
    Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google
    Mark Pincus, Founder and Executive Chairman, Zynga
    Hosain Rahman, CEO, Jawbone
    Bill Ready, CEO, Braintree
    Evan Reece, CEO, Liftopia
    Stan Reiss, General Partner, Matrix Partners
    John Replogle, CEO, Seventh Generation
    Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco Systems
    Virginia M. Rometty, Chairman, President and CEO, IBM Corporation
    Dan Rosensweig, CEO, Chegg
    Kevin P. Ryan, Founder and Chairman, Alleycorp
    Bijan Sabet, General Partner, Spark Capital
    Julie Samuels, President, Engine
    George A. Scangos, PhD, CEO, Biogen
    Paula Schneider, CEO, American Apparel
    Steve Schoch, CEO, Miramax
    Dan Schulman, President and CEO, PayPal
    Howard Schultz, Chairman and CEO, Starbucks
    Adam Shankman, Director and Producer
    Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association
    David A. Shaywitz, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer, DNAnexus
    Behshad Sheldon, President and CEO, Braeburn Pharmaceuticals
    Ben Silbermann, CEO, Pinterest
    Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer, Microsoft
    Arne Sorenson, President and CEO, Marriott International
    David Spector, Cofounder, ThirdLove
    Jeremy Stoppelman, CEO, Yelp
    John G. Stumpf, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo & Company
    Julie Sweet, Group Chief Executive North America, Accenture
    Bret Taylor, CEO, Quip
    Todd Thibodeaux, CEO, CompTIA
    Brian Tippens, Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    David Tisch, Managing Partner, BoxGroup
    Nirav Tolia, Cofounder and CEO, Nextdoor
    Kevin A. Trapani, President and CEO, The Redwood Groups
    Mark Trudeau, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
    Ken Wasch, President, Software & Information Industry Association
    Casey Wasserman, Chairman and CEO of Wasserman & President and CEO of the Wasserman Foundation
    Bob & Harvey Weinstein, Co-Founders and Co-Chairmen, The Weinstein Company
    Devin Wenig, CEO, eBay
    Tim Westergren, Founder and CEO, Pandora Media, Inc.
    Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO, Facebook

    Source: http://www.hrc.org/blog/more-businesses-join-list-of-over-120-ceos-leaders-urging-nc-to-repeal-anti

    NBA

    Source: http://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/nba-pulls-all-star-game-out-charlotte-over-hb2-n614466

    NCAA

    Source: http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2016/09/12/ncaa-pulls-7-postseason-events-out-nc-due-to-lgbt-law.html

    ACC

    Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/15/sports/acc-championships-north-carolina-hb2.html?_r=0

    NAIA

    Source: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article104520076.html

    Morgan Stanley Investment Management, John Hancock, RBC Wealth Management, Trillium Asset Management and the New York City Comptroller’s office

    Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/on-leadership/wp/2016/09/26/add-big-investors-to-the-list-of-those-taking-aim-at-north-carolinas-bathroom-bill-2/

    EqualityNC:

    15Five Marriott International
    Affirm Matrix Partners
    Airbnb McKinney
    Alleycorp Microsoft
    American Airlines Miramax
    American Society of Association Executives Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
    Apple MongoDB
    BackOps Nextdoor
    Bank of America NextLesson
    Biogen Nomad Health
    Blab Orbitz.com & CheapTickets.com
    Box PayPal
    BoxGroup Pepo
    Braeburn Pharmaceuticals Pfizer Inc.
    Braintree Pinterest
    Brocade Communications Systems Inc. Power Curbers Inc.
    Chegg Quip
    Cisco Systems Quotient Technology Inc.
    CompTIA Replacements, Ltd.
    Computer & Communications Industry Assoc. Salesforce
    Consumer Technology Assoc. Seventh Generation
    DNAnexus Software & Information Industry Assoc.
    Dropbox Spark Capital
    Emerson Collective Square and Twitter
    Engine StyleSeat
    Facebook SV Angel
    Gilt Symantec Corporation
    Glassdoor The Pramana Collective
    Gogobot The Redwood Groups
    Google The Weinstein Company
    Google Ventures ThirdLove
    Grokker Thrive Capital
    IBM Corporation Tumblr
    IMRE Uber
    Intel Workplace Options
    Jawbone Y Combinator
    Levi Strauss & Co. Yahoo
    Liftopia Yelp
    LinkedIn YouTube
    Lyft Zestfinance
    Lyra Health Zola
    Marine Layer Zynga

    Source: http://www.2ndvote.com/ncupdate

    Attorney Generals Against HB2:

    MAURA HEALEY Attorney General Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    KAMALA D. HARRIS Attorney General State of California

    LISA MADIGAN Attorney General State of Illinois

    GEORGE JEPSEN Attorney General State of Connecticut 55 Elm St. Hartford, CT 06106

    BRIAN E. FROSH Attorney General State of Maryland

    WILLIAM H. SORRELL Attorney General State of Vermont

    HECTOR H. BALDERAS Attorney General State of New Mexico

    KARL A. RACINE Attorney General District of Columbia

    ELLEN F. ROSENBLUM Attorney General State of Oregon

    ERIC T. SCHNEIDERMAN Attorney General State of New York

    ROBERT W. FERGUSON Attorney General State of Washington

    Source: https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/NYSBrief_North%20Carolina_PublicFacilitiesSecurityAct.pdf

    States Against HB2:

    Connecticut, New York, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia

    Source: https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/state-and-local-updates/pages/state-and-business-briefs-hb-2.aspx

    Cities Against HB2:

    Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Seattle

    Soure: https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/state-and-local-updates/pages/state-and-business-briefs-hb-2.aspx

    • MARVIN OUTRAGE

      And they shall all burn in hellfire FOREVERMORE. i have referred this list to Ms. Omarosa Manigault on G-d’s choice transition team with the suggestion that she add them to the list of those PRESIDENT TRUMP shall smite with his private security force and troll army on January 21. Our day of destiny is nearly here: prepare your weapons for immersion in the blood of queer-loving niggers and jews!! In Jesus name, for ever and ever, amen.

  • glenbo

    >“In February, the Charlotte City Council passed a sexual
    orientation and gender identity, or SOGI, accommodation measure that
    essentially undermined religious liberty protections for business owners”“… and would allow anyone to use sex-specific facilities
    on the basis of identity, regardless of biological sex…have led to safety
    concerns because they effectively allow men in women’s restrooms and fitting
    rooms.”<

    Fitting rooms? All fitting rooms are unisex. Target is securing
    their fitting rooms from peeping toms as I speak. I thought this was the “bathroom
    bill.” That aside, how many people have assaulted by transgendered people in bathrooms?
    How many people have been assaulted by those claiming to be women in public
    bathrooms? None.

    But let’s go further on this “research.” How many assaults on
    women by non-transgendered men have there been BEFORE “bathroom bills” were
    enacted.

    Don’t have statistics?

    Then your “research” is blatantly biased.

    • Paul Dirks

      Twenty incidents listed here…not none. http://womanmeanssomething.com/twenty-accounts-females-fears-not-unfounded/ And we’re about to drop some more data on this. Voyeurism is an epidemic and everyplace there have been unisex facilities there have been sexual violence against women. Paul Dirks, for WOMAN Means Something campaign

      • glenbo

        >”Twenty incidents listed here””Voyeurism is an epidemic and everyplace there have been
        unisex facilities there have been sexual violence against women.”<

        If you are saying there was NO voyeurism before transgender
        rights, you sir are sadly mistaken.
        Transgender inclusion has been around for quite some time.
        There has been ZERO assaults on anyone by a transgendered
        individual in any jurisdiction where transgendered people are allowed to use
        the bathrooms of their choosing.
        Voyeurism is as old as the hills and has nothing to do with
        trans inclusiveness.

        Please do some research before coming to an obviously biased
        bigotry driven conclusion.

        http://equalitymatters.org/factcheck/201403200001

        • Paul Dirks

          Hang on glenbo, are you seriously saying that voyeurism is not sexual assault? Here’s a few women’s rights groups to set you straight on that:
          https://www.womenshealth.gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/sexual-assault.html
          http://www.cara-cmc.org/sexual-assault.htm
          http://forward.com/sisterhood/334650/video-voyeurism-is-a-crimelets-treat-it-like-one/

          I sure would be interested in hearing you try to downplay voyeurism to a female victim. Maybe that’s not what you’re saying, but it sure sounds like it.

          By “voyeurism epidemic” I didn’t of course mean it didn’t occur before now, I meant it has reached epidemic proportions. I further inferred that those places where there are unisex facilities- often, though not exclusively for trans-inclusion reasons- there is voyeurism.

          So, in your reference link, right at the very top it says… “right-wing myth that sexual predators will exploit transgender non-discrimination laws to sneak into women’s restrooms, calling the myth baseless and “beyond specious.”

          So…how many incidents does it take to turn a “myth” into a reality? More than twenty for you I guess?

          • glenbo

            >”are you seriously saying that voyeurism is not sexual assault?”<
            No. Not at all.
            Let me rephrase my above post:
            How many women have been sexually assaulted by a transgendered person IN BATHROOMS since the first inclusion of transgendered bathroom privileges dating back to 1997?

          • Paul Dirks

            I will answer that question, but I do wonder why that is a relevant question. The relevant question seems to me to be the one posed by YOUR reference link: that predators will exploit these laws. I know of very few individuals who are actually arguing that the dangers are related to trans people. Your link says this is a myth and I say it is not only not a myth, it is incredibly prevalent. Our organization is going to drop some data on this in the next couple days that will blow people’s minds.

            So with that as my emphasis, the answer to your question is that 14 of our 20 incidents are of trans/cross-dressers in women’s spaces. Of these 7 were in bathrooms.

          • glenbo

            >” the answer to your question is that 14 of our 20
            incidents are of trans/cross-dressers in women’s spaces. Of these 7 were in
            bathrooms.”” The relevant question seems to me to be the one posed
            by YOUR reference link: that predators will exploit these laws.”>”Experts in 12 states — including law enforcement
            officials, government employees, and advocates for victims of sexual assault —
            have debunked the right-wing myth that sexual predators will exploit
            transgender non-discrimination laws to sneak into women’s restrooms, calling
            the myth baseless and “beyond specious.”<>”Conservative Media Outlets Have Promoted Bogus Bathroom
            Stories. Numerous conservative media outlets, including The Daily Caller, WND,
            and the Media Research Center, have similarly promoted the myth that sexual
            predators will exploit trans-inclusive restrooms to prey upon women. [Equality
            Matters, 8/19/13, 8/22/13, 2/3/14]”<<

            You left out that part that states “Conservative Media
            Outlets Have Promoted Bogus Bathroom Stories.”

            Are you one of them?

            So since 1997 with ZERO assaults and incidents reported, how
            many more decades will it take for "sexual predators to exploit" this 20 year old law?

            As per your “data drop,” I trust you have “research” to
            compare assaults occurring BEFORE transgendered inclusion laws, am I correct?

            Better gather it up because my questions only get harder.

          • Paul Dirks

            Not shirking any questions here! Voyeurism is sexual assault. Hence my references to prove that point. Am I missing something you are saying? Let me rephrase if it helps you; 14 of our 20 incidents include assault, sexual assault, or attempted sexual assault (1) by trans/cross-dressers in women’s spaces. Of these 7 were in bathrooms.

            In the larger list of 140 incidents! just published there are a further 4 or 5 incidents of assault or sexual assault by trans/cross-dressers, if you really need more. The majority of the incidents on this list or by males who took advantage of unisex spaces to prey on females. I re-iterate that this is what opponents to trans-inclusion in safe spaces are worried about. And the data is there now to back that up. http://womanmeanssomething.com/violencedatabase/

            As far as my quote of your reference, I didn’t edit anything, it was an attempt to summarize and I can’t imagine why you think I selectively edited anything or why the words “debunked” or “bogus” changes anything.

            To do the kind of “research” you suggest would be next to impossible, although I would heartily recommend anyone with time attempting such a feat. 1) You would have to know the laws in various countries and states at various times of the incidences. 2) You would have to try to access older news reports that often don’t exist online (this would be more of a problem for your view than mine). 3) You would have to factor in the growth of the trans population the last 20 years. 4) You would have to factor in not only law but social changes. What I mean is that in many of the states that have these non-discrimination laws as per your reference it would have been exceedingly rare for a trans individual to enter a woman’s space knowing they couldn’t “pass” prior to a few years ago. Social changes make it more permissible (even if laws haven’t changed) for those who can’t pass to go into these spaces. As a purely mathematical function, this raises likelihood of assaults/sexual assaults.

            But I heartily recommend someone trying. This is what I suspect they will find; that are very few incidents prior to 1997. On this general subject of social changes, we just published an article on the epidemic of voyeurism we are currently experiencing in western culture: http://womanmeanssomething.com/the-voyeurism-epidemic/

          • glenbo

            >” Not shirking any questions here! Voyeurism is sexual
            assault.”” just published there are a further 4 or 5 incidents of
            assault or sexual assault by trans/cross-dressers”” As far as my quote of your reference, I didn’t edit
            anything”” Social changes make it more permissible”<

            You apparently ignored my link that clearly indicates that “social
            changes” going back 20 years has proven the “likelihood” of sexual assaults to
            be an unfounded fear. Did you even examine it? Here is it one more time. “Suspicions”
            are not concrete data.

            http://equalitymatters.org/fac

            You repeatedly avoided my question which forced me to answer
            it for you, you presented an inconclusive biased conclusion by deliberately omitting
            comparative data and you manipulated text that I presented.

            I’m sorry sir, but you have clearly demonstrated that you
            possess an obviously biased and bigoted agenda.

          • Paul Dirks

            Glad for the interaction. I think people reading will see my patience with answering any and all your questions. Yes, I read your reference carefully. Have you? Here is what it says, “Have you heard the one about the trans woman who went into a female changing room and exposed herself to all and sundry? No: that’s not joke, so much as persistent urban myth.”

            I gave you 14 examples of what they call a “myth”- non-contact sexual assaults by trans/cross-dressers.

            Now if you want to move AWAY from the argument in your reference then you need to stop referencing it. I am here and willing to answer all questions.

          • glenbo

            >”Have you heard the one about the trans woman who went into a female changing room and exposed herself to all and sundry?”<

            What evidence do you have this "trans woman" was actually a true transgendered person and simply not someone dressing up in female clothing? There is a difference.
            True transgendered people NEVER do this.

            If you cannot provide evidence of this person's actual sexual self identity condition as being a true transgender and not just yet another pervert/predator, your argument…once again…falls flat.
            Again, your knowledge of gender dysphoria seems vacuous and/or corrupted and you seem incapable and/or unwilling to separate the two.

            You are attempting to demonize true transgendered people by unfairly and incorrectly comparing and/or lumping transgenders into the category of sexual predators hence your bias, bigotry and anti-LGBT agenda shines brightly.
            Not all transgender people cross dress, and not all cross dressers are transgender.

            I am convinced you don't know a single true transgender. I know and am close friends with several.
            However, I must thank you for finally admitting that there have been zero sexual assaults by true transgendered people.
            But you are still a long ways away from demonstrating that any LGBT person must be denied any rights.
            And you still need to stop demonizing people who true suffer gender dysphoria which I find blatantly evil, disrespectful and immoral…but I am certain your agenda will not allow you to do this.

  • DT

    Funny how you use the word BULLY to describe advocacy efforts who are doing the exact same thing as 2ndVoters are doing.

    So according to 2ndVote, 2ndVoters are BULLIES advocating for their views.

    Just make sure you acknowledge you are BULLIES.

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