Friday, February 23, 2024

GET ME REWRITE: Texas judge cements GOP's reputation as unregenerately racist party

Chap B Cain III.  A racist, and a clown, to boot.

Headline:  New York Times, 2.22.2024

The district asked State District Judge Chap B. Cain III to clarify whether the dress code violated a state law called the Texas CROWN Act, as the defendants, Mr. George and his mother, Darresha George, assert. The act, which took effect on Sept. 1, says a school district policy “may not discriminate against a hair texture or protective hairstyle commonly or historically associated with race.” It does not specifically mention hair length. 
“The CROWN Act does not render unlawful those portions of the Barbers Hill dress and grooming restrictions limiting male students’ hair length,” Judge Cain said. 
“I am not going to tell you that this has been an easy decision to make,” the judge said. Addressing the family, he encouraged them to “go back to the Legislature or go back to the school board because the remedy you seek can be had from either of those bodies.”

The question that needs to be answered, Judge, is why the school district implemented such a racist policy in the first place.

Perhaps demographics had something to do with it.

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