AWFUL CUYAHOGA OUTCOME HRC 2 be created. Must launch effective legal challenge. Shout out: hubby Michael testified. Outcome directly tied 2 CLE 66% adult illiteracy. If CCC had LITERATE inner-city church-attending Black voters following this issue=entirely opposite outcome https://t.co/EaJwXOhcHs— Beverly4Congress (@BevGoldstein) September 26, 2018
"If most of them understood that this ordinance would allow transgender males, or sex offenders who masquerade as transgender males, to use women's bathrooms regularly used by mothers and daughters, thereby endangering the safety of girls and women, they probably would have brought pressure to bear on their elected county representatives not to bring the resolution in the first place," Michael Goldstein said. "But those who cannot read cannot be expected to know about the negative effects of the resolution."Last night, Beverly Goldstein tweeted "You want a battle- here’s THE DEAL about meeting special needs:" She then provided a low-resolution photo of herself talking into a microphone and wrote, "1. When it causes only INCONVENIENCE– I’m willing to be inconvenienced. 2. When it causes ABUSE of Faith–Based People, I stand with FBP 100%. (1/2).
3. When implementation rises to the level of ENDANGERMENT of others, I will oppose such ordinances, laws and regulations 100% of the time.— Beverly4Congress (@BevGoldstein) October 1, 2018
Take it to the bank❗️(2/2) pic.twitter.com/InrqwfhTmp
TWEET CORRECTION: If CCC had a much greater number of sufficiently literate inner-city constituents following this critical issue=entirely opposite outcome. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/hJnwaHyZJ2— Beverly4Congress (@BevGoldstein) September 29, 2018
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