These Are the Radical DOJ Lawyers Suing North Carolina Over Transgender Bathroom Use
PJ Media published the Every Single One series in 2011. The series documented the Obama administration’s hiring of radical lawyers to fill the career ranks in the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division.
Every single one of the new attorney hires were radical leftists or partisans.
Since 2011, the situation has only gotten worse. Much worse.
The Civil Rights Division exercises enormous power over the everyday lives of Americans: they are involved in employment, education, housing, religious liberty, abortion, prisons, policing, and much, much more.
The radical beliefs of these radical lawyers have turned into radical administration policies.
The most recent example? The lawsuits aimed at North Carolina intended to create a federal civil right for men to use women’s bathrooms and locker rooms.
We have already provided the resumes of the new lawyers who will oversee the 2016 elections. Now let’s meet the ones who want to oversee bathrooms.
The complaint filed by North Carolina had Justice Department lawyers from the Employment Litigation section as well as other DOJ Civil Rights Division sections.
Chief Delora Kennebrew
The Employment Section is headed by Delora Kennebrew.
Kennebrew hails from Savannah, Georgia. She was president of the Black Law Student Association at Mercer University's law school in Macon.
Under Kennebrew, the Employment Section has pursued case after case against fire departments and other municipal entities, forcing them to abandon qualification tests where blacks and Hispanics scored lower than whites. Other settlements have forced municipalities to pay tens of thousands of dollars for using qualification tests for fire and police jobs.
One case she oversaw against Austin, Texas, forced the city to set aside 30 jobs for black and Hispanic applicants.
Kennebrew is listed as the point of contact in the letter North Carolina received from the Justice Department this month. That means she is the central manager on the matter.
Kennebrew is most certainly a member of the Senior Executive Service. That means that an incoming Trump administration can move her after January 2017 to any other federal agency in any part of the country, such as the National Weather Service in Duluth.
Candyce Phoenix is also on the complaint suing North Carolina.
Her resume noted her senior thesis was devoted to a “case study of race and FedEx field,” the football stadium where the Washington Redskins play.