The black supremacist National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has launched a boycott of North Carolina over the existence of white voting districts and that state’s refusal to allow “transgenders” to use any restrooms.
State NAACP President Rev. William Barber and national President Cornell Brooks said at a news conference outside the state’s capitol that the NAACP’s national board unanimously approved the boycott, which would include skipping the state in the organization’s search for its national convention venue.
“They’re calling for a boycott that will hurt, a boycott that will be painful, a boycott that will literally bring this state to its knees unless it stands up for civil rights,” Brooks said.
Barber said the boycott will remain in effect until three main demands are met:
Firstly, the NAACP claims that voting districts in the state have been “racially gerrymandered” to concentrate black voters in certain districts, thereby giving Republicans a 10 to three majority in North Carolina’s U.S. House districts.
Of course, the concentration of black voters in urban areas is entirely self-created, but as usual, whites are blamed for anything that blacks do.
Secondly, the NAACP has demanded a repeal of State legislature House Bill 2, the state law which requires “transgenders” to use the restroom corresponding to the sex listed on their birth certificates, even if they now believe that they are another sex.
Thirdly, the NAACP has demanded the repeal of legislation that stripped state Governor Roy Cooper of the power to make appointments to key positions.
More than 200 other organizations plan to join the NAACP in the boycott, the organization claimed.
Dallas Woodhouse, executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party, called the boycott “economic hostage-taking,” noting it would hurt the people who work in the hospitality and service industry.
“They are looking at innocent North Carolinians and looking to inflict retribution and punishment on them,” Woodhouse said. “It’s a sad day and something the people of North Carolina ultimately will not appreciate.”