09 August 2016

NJ Governor Scolded NBA for All-Star Cancellation

Gov. Christie
Charlotte found an ally from New Jersey after Gov. Chris Christie called the NBA's decision to move its All-Star Game was "grandstanding." The NBA made the move after Charlotte passed a law that do not give "special" privileges to the LGBT people and treated them like any other resident of the State.

Christie made the remarks while co-hosting the WFAN "Boomer and Carton" morning radio show last 5 August.

The Republican governor asked if the NBA is going to evaluate every law in every state or just a certain law.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said last month that the league decided North Carolina's law limiting anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people made it untenable to hold its 2017 All-Star Game in Charlotte.

Proponents say the law also protects women and girls in bathrooms from heterosexual men posing as transsexual women. However, the NBA refused to acknowledged it, but instead, supported the imposition of gay fascism in basketball.

What would they think next, a bathroom for those who think they are 'plastic man'?

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