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‘Equality,’ Florida-Style: Lesbian Arrested for Attacking Her Husband With Bleach

Posted on | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on ‘Equality,’ Florida-Style: Lesbian Arrested for Attacking Her Husband With Bleach

Lakeisha Regina LeGrand was arrested earlier this month.

History offers many examples of intellectuals dreaming up innovative schemes for “progress” which, as inspiring as they may seem to their advocates in the academic elite, don’t work out so well when applied in real life with real people. Just invoke the magic word “equality” and rational discussion ceases, because how can anyone be against “equality”? We are expected to ignore the fact that never in human history has anything like “equality” actually existed, and attempts to impose “equality” through government force have resulted in disaster in the former Soviet Union, Communist China, Cambodia, and elsewhere.

What did Ivy League professors imagine “equality” would mean in terms of marriage and families? Or what did Justice Anthony Kennedy (Harvard Law, Class of 1961) think would be the consequences of Obergefell?

Let’s take a look at how “equality” is working out in Orlando:

A 31-year-old Orlando woman was arrested Sunday on suspicion of splashing bleach in her husband’s face after they got into an argument about a woman whom she recently began dating.
Lakeisha Regina LeGrand was arrested on a charge of aggravated battery/permanent disfigurement.
According to an Orange County Sheriff’s Office arrest affidavit, LeGrand and her husband have been married for eight years, have four children together and live together in the same home.
Deputies said the couple got into an argument Saturday because LeGrand’s husband does not like the woman whom LeGrand is dating and he does not want the woman around their children. He said LeGrand “recently discovered that she is gay,” and it has caused stress on their relationship. . . .

(She “discovered” she’s gay, like it’s a scientific breakthrough.)

LeGrand’s husband asked her to keep the woman away from their children, and LeGrand took the children and left the home, deputies said. Her husband said he also left and returned home Sunday.
He said the children told him that they were left alone with LeGrand’s girlfriend, and he confronted her when she returned home, the affidavit said. She told him to “go back to where he came from” and he began to yell and throw boxes, deputies said.
LeGrand asked one of her children to get some bleach, but the child refused, so LeGrand grabbed a bottle from a closet, unscrewed the lid and splashed it on her husband’s face, according to the affidavit.

“Equality!” “Progress!” “Social justice!” These fine phrases are so inspiring to the intellectual elite, but what do they mean in real life for ordinary people who didn’t go to Harvard Law School?



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