Did Limbaugh Just Solve The North Carolina Transgender Bathroom Bill Issue? [AUDIO]
To counter the Obama Department of Justice suit regarding transgender bathrooms in North Carolina, Rush Limbaugh suggested that the state should no longer identify as North Carolina for the duration of the suit.
Monday on “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” Limbaugh, noting that the DOJ gave the state of North Carolina three days to “throw that bill out,” said that “If the DOJ gets their way, every business 15 employees or more, is gonna have to have unisex bathrooms and anybody can go into whatever bathroom they want depending how they want to identify or want to present that day.”
“The solution here might be that the North Carolina governor could say that we don’t identify as North Carolina anymore, and therefore your lawsuit against us is irrelevant,” Limbaugh suggested. “‘We’re not North Carolina. We don’t identify that way, as long as your lawsuit [is in effect].'”
“I mean, it’s absurd here! What do you mean, the way I want to present one day,” Limbaugh commented.
“So North Carolina, I say just turn it right around” on the DOJ, Limbaugh said, adding, “You know what, we do not identify as North Carolina for the length of your suit.”
Imitating a detractor to the idea who would most likely say, “You can’t do that,” Limbaugh concluded, “Exactly.”