A Dallas Police Sergeant brought a sandwich from Chick-Fil-A chain work with him last Wednesday, August 1.
When the Sergeant arrived at his post at the Southeast patrol, words were exchanged with two lesbian officers who took exception to his support of Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day.
It is unclear who started the argument, but it’s clear that being gay or lesbian gives citizens special status in what is now PC America.
The Dallas Police Association, who represents all three of the officers, say they are getting two versions of the story, and while they are neutral on the issue, the association is frustrated by a move made by the department before an investigation is complete.
According to CBS 11, the DPA points out the two female officers are lesbians. They also point out that the sergeant was responsible for reading the evening bulletins to all officers in the Southeast patrol that evening, including information on possible crowd control issues at Chick-Fil-A’s in the area.
The association says what concerns them most is that before the internal investigation into the matter was resolved the sergeant was moved to a midnight shift at the Lew Sterret Justice Center, which the association views as punishment.
The Dallas Police Association says it is pushing for mediation in the incident between all three officers, but as of this point, that has not occurred because in today’s America, straight people are discriminated against not gay people.
As a Libertarian I support equal civil rights for all. This includes the civil benefits of marriage, which I believe should be available to any two people leaving in a free country, regardless of sexual orientation.
But I don’t support giving any group special rights and privileges due to their religion, race or sexual orientation. Political correctness gives gays in America today, what amounts to affirmative action. Dallas Police have decided to circumvent due process in favor of political correctness. This has become a national trend.
Debbie Schlussel broke the story about New York’s top Homeland Security cop James T. Hayes’ explosive employment discrimination lawsuit against Department of Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano ,which has gone viral internationally.
Equal opportunity not equal outcome is the promise of America. You don’t get more freedom of speech because of your status as a minority. Affirmative action is a policy that takes factors including “race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin” into consideration in order to benefit an a minority group in areas of employment, education, and business in violation of the United States Constitution.
The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution each contain a Due Process Clause. The Supreme Court of the United States interprets the Clauses as providing four protections: procedural due process (in civil and criminal proceedings), substantive due process, a prohibition against vague laws, and as the vehicle for the incorporation of the Bill of Rights.
This protection extends to all government proceedings that can result in an individual’s deprivation, whether civil or criminal in nature, from parole violation hearings to administrative hearings regarding government benefits and entitlements to full-blown criminal trials.
“Equal treatment and equality before the law—these are the foundations on which a just and free society is built. But there are some today who, in the name of equality, would have us practice discrimination. They have turned our civil rights laws on their head, claiming they mean exactly the opposite of what they say. These people tell us that the Government should enforce discrimination in favor of some groups through hiring quotas, under which people get or lose particular jobs or promotions solely because of their race or sex. Some bluntly assert that our civil rights laws only apply to special groups and were never intended to protect every American. Well, they couldn’t be more wrong.” -President Ronald Reagan