- Apr 15, 2016
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Will DOJ arrest the Governor?
I have no idea. You stated she should be arrested. For what exactly?
I already told you. There is nothing they did that violates federal law. She can't just make up whatever she feels like.
I already told you. There is nothing they did that violates federal law. She can't just make up whatever she feels like just to throw around her weight.
In this case "Law Enforcement Action" does not mean arrest, it means handing the notice to the governor (and thus State government) to respond to the charge. And all that really means is court battle.
No one is getting arrested.
the best she can do is take their legal argument to court to have them rule on it.
up until now, they are just tryign to bully NC into changing that law... but as the deadline for NC to change the law is today( I think), the next step is the courts.... depending on what the courts say, they might be able to commit to some sort of sanction... or not.
but no ,the governor will not be arrested... the Governor , and the legislators, all acted in accordance with their duties.... that's not a crime.
Well, since you already know what she;s going to say spill the beans.
Arrest him because he is going against their agenda. He is fighting for his states right to have a law.
The Left is showing their totalitarian nature again, maybe they should round up those who disagree with them and place them in re-education camps.
For what, exactly? I tell you what, I don't support HB2 in any way shape or form... however, if the DOJ tried to arrest the NC governor over HB2, they would have to send the US Army to do so, because of the number of people in this state that would show up to stop them... including me.
She has been going on about it for weeks. She claims they violated the civil rights act. They didn't and she ****ing knows it.
and she knows it ... right. which is why her federal agency issued a letter to the governor (and the state director of public safety, and the head of the UNC ed system) that the state is in violation of title VII and title IX of the civil rights act
Except of course they're not in violation of the civil rights act. There is no protections written into law that they violated. What she speaking towards is a determination she made up all on her little own.