In the aftermath of this past weekend’s horrific violence during a protest-turned-white-nationalist march in Charlottesville, VA , professional activists on the left have once again taken to the practice of “doxxing.”
North Carolina’s Rev. William Barber has landed himself in hot water this week over remarks he made over the weekend on MSNBC’s AM Joy show regarding prayer and faith leaders who pray for elected officials:
Cooper, as the Governor-Elect, had the chance for a full repeal in December, just weeks after the election. He torpedoed it. He claimed at the time it’s because he and fellow party members believed the “moratorium” on new NDOs proposed by Republicans was unacceptable...
Thanks to the combined efforts of then-candidate-for-governor Roy Cooper and key Democrats in the state legislature and the Charlotte city council, HB2 repeal efforts have gone down in flames four times to date. And according to GOP leaders, the latest attempt may be on the ropes, thanks again to – you guessed it – Gov. Cooper:
In an unexpected move Monday morning, the Charlotte City Council voted to conditionally repeal the city’s NDO – also know as the “bathroom ordinance” – that led to the state’s passage of House Bill 2 (HB2):