Lt. General Fired for Defending Daughter From Perverts


The radical LGBT activists are at it again. They attacked Lt. General Jerry Boykin after he stood up against the “#Bathroom” bill. Of course, what father wouldn’t be standing up against Obama’s Bathroom bill and defending especially if you have a daughter?

Boykin – once commander of the Army’s elite Delta Force and currently executive vice president of Family Research Council – has been teaching at the all-male college located in Virginia.


Radical LGBT activists descended upon the college after Boykin’s comment, “…the first man who goes in the restroom with my daughter will not have to worry about surgery.” Through social media, emails and phone calls to the school, the leftwing ideologues demanded Boykin be fired for what they referred to as urging violence against gays and transgendered individuals.

In a Facebook post Tuesday, Boykin announced his termination:

Because some of you already know and are contacting me about it, let me make it official and let you all know that I have been terminated from teaching at Hampden-Sydney College after nine years there. Hampden Sydney is the 10th oldest college in America and is one of the two Men’s colleges left in ‪#‎America

“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 about it,” Boykin continued. “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.”

Boykin asserts he has never called for violence against any individual.

“I was referring to perverts who will use these policies to get into locker rooms with girls and women, and I object to that,” he stressed. “Nonetheless, I gave the LGBT community just what they needed to pressure the college leadership to terminate me and they did.”

Boykin says politically correct culture is “smothering ‪#‎freespeech, a ‪#‎constitutional right in America.”

“Too many years in the ‪#‎Army talking to soldiers still impedes my ability and willingness to say things that are not permissible under the PC rules and it has cost me a job,” he adds. “But I have not and will not change my position on men in women’s showers and locker rooms.”

Thank goodness for real mean and leaders like Lt. General Jerry Boykin. Boykin is a decorated war hero. He was one of the original members of the U.S. Army’s Delta Force and commanded the Army’s Green Berets. He stands for honor, truth and justice. Any college would be proud to have him on staff.

It is time to stop this insanity and the liberal LGBT agenda of Obama. We need to support Lt. General Boykin and stand up against those who are trying to intimidate parents like him, who object to boys being in girls lockrooms and washrooms. Like Lt. General Boykin, I invite you to sign a petition to push back against President Obama’s decree that all schools allow boys to use the girls’ bathrooms.

It is absolutely NOT right. It is ungodly and unnatural! If this liberal agenda continues, America will continue down a path without a moral compass, common sense and God. Welcome to Obama’s transformation of America!

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Nancy Hayes

Nancy Hayes is a Digital Media Specialist and Conservative, Grassroots Activist. Over the past 6 years - she has worked on 31 campaigns nationwide. She has been involved in several key elections, including Ted Cruz for President and Herman Cain for President. She has served in such positions as Social Media Specialist, Phone Bank Director, State Director of Volunteers, and Grassroots Activist. Stay involved! Stay inspired! Stay educated! #TeamJoe #PJNET #CruzCrew #GOHTeam


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