Just one day after California issued a hypocritical travel ban on red states that allegedly infringe on LGBT rights, a group of California politicians traveled to Texas, one of those banned states.
Perhaps Californians are taking a cue from the brave "hunger-strikers" at Yale University, viewing their travel ban as strictly "symbolic?"
On Thursday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra "announced the state is extending its state-funded and state-sponsored travel ban to four more red states: Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota and Texas, which join Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee in being targeted by AB 1887, which attacks states that it says have laws discriminating against the LGBTQ community," reported The Daily Wire.
AB 1887, enacted in January, identifies California as "a leader in protecting civil rights and preventing discrimination" and says that the state will not support, financially or otherwise, "discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people."
But their hypocritical stand only lasted about three seconds.