The following article, Golden State Bans Official Travel to Sunshine State Over LGBTQ Issues, was first published on Flag And Cross.
America is polarizing in the 21st century, and these divides are growing more varied by the minute.
This is all thanks to the false political dichotomy that we’re being sold by the mainstream media, who find it easier to advertise to us if they can separate us into two distinct groups: Team R gets a Ford commercial with a country song in it and a big truck, while Team D gets a Ford commercial with a hybrid vehicle and some indie-pop stock-music abomination.
And so, in an effort to turn us all into identifiable demographics, every single issue in the United States is now supposed to land on one side or the other, with no room in the middle for anyone at all.
This divide is growing so harsh in 2021 that interstate travel is now being affected.
California added five more states, including Florida, to the list of places where state-funded travel is banned because of laws that discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community, the state attorney general announced Monday.
Democratic Attorney General Rob Bonta added Florida, Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia to the list that now has 17 states where state employee travel is forbidden except under limited circumstances.
“Make no mistake: We’re in the midst of an unprecedented wave of bigotry and discrimination in this country — and the State of California is not going to support it,” Bonta said.
Lawmakers in 2016 banned non-essential travel to states with laws that discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The 12 other states on the list are: Texas, Alabama, Idaho, Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, Mississippi, Tennessee.
This “red state vs. blue state” battle is out of the ordinary, even for ultra-liberal California, and belies the terrible reality of America’s increasing volatility.
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