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As President Obama’s decree opening public restrooms to anyone based on their personal choice begins to be felt around the country, instances of inappropriate, criminal and sometimes life-threatening behavior are being reported as the law of unintended consequences once again is applied to the progressive agenda.

A security guard at a Washington, D.C. Giant Food store who followed a man into the women’s restroom and asked him to leave the premises has now not only been arrested, but charged with a hate crime.

The security guard, who is female, told him “You guys cannot keep coming in here and using our women’s restroom. They did not pass the law yet,” and was forced to physically escort him from the women’s restroom after he refused, claiming he identifies as female and calls himself Ebony Belcher.

Despite the view of the Washington D.C. police, one woman customer praised the security guard’s action telling local television news, “You got a penis go to the men’s bathroom. If you are born a woman go to the woman’s bathroom. Period!”

Belcher contacted the police immediately, claiming to have been “emotionally traumatized.”

“I’m hurt by this. It’s terrible. I’m distraught,” he told reporters, and although no law has, in fact, been passed, Belcher already has the victim terminology firmly in place. “People should not be discriminated based on their gender identity.”

The arrest and hate crime charges come as a 33-year-old Chicago man was charged after strangling an eight-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Jason’s Deli and locking himself into a stall with her.

The unidentified child was rescued when her mother forced herself into the stall where Reese Hartstirn was holding her daughter.

Other customers held the perpetrator until the police arrived.

As long as all men, no matter what their orientation or identification, are allowed to enter women’s restrooms without question, men with evil intentions are granted free access to vulnerable women and girls under the protection of the president.

And yes, it’s that simple.

h/t: Daily Caller


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