According to recent reports, Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin has been terminated from Hampden-Sydney College for daring to speak out against the transgender bathroom movement happening in this country.
Boykin lead the Army’s elite Delta Force and served as the undersecretary of defense under form President George W. Bush.
“The bottom line is that I oppose these so called ‘#Bathroom’ bills that let men go into women’s locker rooms, showers, and toilets and I have been very public it about,” the retired general wrote on his Facebook page on Tuesday.
“When I said in Orlando that ‘the first man who goes in the restroom with my daughter will not have to worry about surgery,’ the LGBT community once again came after me, claiming that I was calling for violence against #transgender people,” he continued. Instead, he claims, he was “referring to the perverts who will use these policies to get into locker rooms with girls and women.”
In continuing his post, Boykin complained about the desire to be “politically correct” in this country, and how it is corrupting our values as a nation. He urged parents to “stand up” against the transgender agenda being pushed by the Obama administration and several major businesses.
“These bills are the epitome of disrespect and disregard for women and children,” Boykin wrote. “There are already cases of men doing exactly what I feared would happen, from videoing a 10-year-old girl in a gas station to choking a 12-year-old girl and trying to abduct her.”
Boykin then encouraged readers to read a petition by the Family Research Council of which he happens to be the vice president. The petition argues that Congress needs to take action against Obama’s move to push transgender bathrooms in schools.