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Lawmaker SLAMS Bruce Springsteen’s whining, bully tactics after he cancels show over transgender bathrooms

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Notorious left-winger musician and singer Bruce Springsteen just got called out for his intolerance.

Just yesterday, Springsteen announced he would be cancelling his North Carolina concert because he disagreed with a law that bars men who identify as women from using women’s bathrooms in order to protect against sexual predators.

Now, a North Carolina lawmaker is calling him out for his intolerance to anything that doesn’t fit his liberal worldview.

Republican freshman congressman Rep. Mark Walker told the Hollywood Reporter that Springsteen was a “bully” who is “known to be on the radical left.”

“It’s disappointing he’s not following through on his commitments,” Walker said. “We’ve got other artists coming soon — Def Leppard, Justin Bieber. I’ve never been a Bieber fan, but I might have to go. Maybe artists who weren’t ‘born to run’ deserve a little bit more support.”

“Bruce is known to be on the radical left,” Walker continued. “And he’s got every right to be so, but I consider this a bully tactic. It’s like when a kid gets upset and says he’s going to take his ball and go home.”

Springsteen was supposed to play in Greensboro, North Carolina before cancelling the show. His objection to playing a concert in the state is over a law that mandates citizens use the bathroom of the sex that is reflected on their birth certificate.

LGBT activists claim the law is discriminatory to transgender residents, but Walker said it is solely meant to protect women and men from sexual predators.

“I choose to stand with our sheriffs, who support this bill, which doesn’t target the LGBTQ community; it targets imposters,” Walker said. “It’s a little crazy to think sexual predators wouldn’t be devious enough to pull something off if they were free to go into any bathroom they want.”

“I would just like to intellectually explain to Bruce Springsteen the safety aspect of this bill, which is about four pages long, Walker ended. “Sometimes people only hear one side of the story.”

John Binder
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