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Tony Perkins: SCOTUS Gave WH Green Light to Move Forward, Stop Trans Military Policy
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Mar 14, 2019 4:39 PM 1+ week ago

It's been a year and a half since President Trump made the decision to rescue the military from the transgender distractions of the Obama years. And in 30 days, he might actually get to see that order take effect.

As commander-in-chief, making quick decisions is a necessity. Thanks to liberal activists, Donald Trump has never had that luxury. Instead of fighting the president's policies in Congress or at the ballot box - they'd rather take the administration to court. That means national security issues - like rolling back Obama's social experimentation in the military - get put on hold. In the case of partially banning transgenderism, for almost two years.

Fortunately for the president - and our men and women in uniform - the Supreme Court gave the White House the green light to move forward with the policy while the fight plays out in the courts. Now, the Defense Department seems well on its way to doing what our troops ...

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