Support Fort Lauderdale Police Officer Accused of "Mis-gendering" a Drag Racer
In January of this year, Shelby Kendall, the man in the accompanying picture, was pulled-over by Fort Lauderdale police officer, James Brinton, for drag racing.
When processing Mr Kendall's citation in his cruiser, Officer Brinton noticed an error on Kendall's license.
The license stated that Mr Kendall is a female, instead of a male. But, as Mr Kendall presents himself, both in physique and dress as a male, Officer Brinton made the logical and reasonable decision to correct this designation on Mr Kendall's citation, believing that an error had been made at the DMV when Kendall's license was initially issued.
And, now, for having the audacity to use his common sense and powers of observation, Officer Brinton stands accused of "mis-gendering" Mr Kendall as a man!
Indeed, Mr Kendall filed a complaint against Officer Brinton after receiving his citation - and, the Citizens Police Review Board of Fort Lauderdale has now subsequently recommended that Officer Brinton receive a written reprimand...in addition to the whole Fort Lauderdale Police Department being forced to watch a Department of Justice video on transgenderism.
Thus, the tyranny of this transgender ideology - which, at its heart, lies a deliberate attempt to make human sexuality fluid, and, in doing so, deliberately destroy the natural and genetic differences between men and women - is succeeding in eliminating the use of reason, itself.
Which, in the "business" of policing, is a dangerous policy.
We all know that police officers are required to make split-second decisions, which can often mean the difference between life and death. They simply must rely on their powers of observation to do a dangerous, and, sometimes, thankless job - which keeps the public safe.
Therefore, by officially reprimanding a police officer for using his powers of observation to make a decision in a case like this, where life and limb were not at stake, it would make a mockery of common sense and it would belittle the decision-making capability of police officers in Fort Lauderdale and throughout the State of Florida.
Therefore, this petition - which is directed to the City Manager of Fort Lauderdale, Mr Lee R Feldman, as the one who can either confirm or reject the findings of the Citizens Police Review Board - calls on Mr Feldman to reverse the decision taken to reprimand Officer Brinton in this case.
Support Officer Brinton and please SIGN this petition, now! And, anyone, but particularly those who claim residence in Florida, may sign! Thank you!
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Policeman accused of "mis-gendering" a person should not receive a reprimand for using common sense