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Public Advocate tells US today: President Obama Violates Several Federal Laws & uses Threats to compel illegal acts!

Public Advocate lawyers are reporting to a wider nationwide audience regarding Public Advocate's FOIA request to the Obama Administration.


Eugene Delgaudio president of Public Advocate said:

I do not believe President Obama is telling the truth and we have filed a FOIA seeking to know who has complained about transgender issues, if anybody actually did. I believe few people complained nationally and that Obama made that part of his whole speech, announcment and so-called policy up.

The following articles MENTION PUBLIC ADVOCATE as lead group with several other groups in a FOIA request.

Western Journalism Center reports

Obama's Transgender Bathroom Decree Appears To Violate Multiple Federal Laws

The Obama Administration has done it again. In an effort to strip school children of their modesty and morals, Obama has issued new instructions governing use of rest rooms, locker rooms, and showers in every government-funded school in the country. And, in predictably lawless fashion, Obama has violated not one, but two federal laws. First, he took a 1972 law, Title IX, which was designed to prevent sex discrimination in education, and says that as of today, the word "sex" in the statute does not mean the "sex" you were born with. It means whatever "gender" you feel like on a given day. And, if that was not bad enough, the manner in which the Obama Administration acted was to legislate by letter, not just usurping legislative power, but Obama violating another federal law - the Administrative Procedures Act.

CNS reports

Obama's Threat to Defund Schools Over Trans Bathroom Issue Violates Federal Law

".......(T)he DOJ and DOE guidance letter misleads. Masquerading as a "Dear Colleague" letter, the two departments act as if they are just co-workers with the nation's college presidents and university provosts, school superintendents and principals laboring together "to make educational programs and activities safe, and inclusive for all students." In fact, however, this "dear colleague" letter represents a threat, not an invitation. If it were collegial, it would have been penned and signed only by the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights in the Department of Education, the federal co-worker. Instead, the letter is also signed by the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney for Civil Rights in the Department of Justice the federal enforcer..........."


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