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Leave it to Texans to tell President Obama exactly what he can do with his demands.
And it didn’t take look for another Texan to join the fight.
Dr. Rodney Cavness, the superintendent of the Port Neches-Groves Independent School District, made it clear that the Obama directive won’t be followed in his district.
“I got news for President Barack Obama. He ain’t my President and he can’t tell me what to do. That letter is going straight to the paper shredder,” Cavness told 12News. “I have 5 daughters myself and I have 2,500 girls in my protection. Their moms and dads expect me to protect them. And that is what I am going to do.”
But that doesn’t mean that he is hanging his students who do believe they are transgender out to dry.
“I don’t want them bullied,” he said. “But there are accommodations that can be made short of this. He is destroying the very fiber of this country. He is not a leader. He is a failure.”
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