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Major News Media Covers Up Another "Transgender Leader" Convicted Homosexual Child Predator

This happens a lot and in the case of the savage leftist assault on North Carolina Governor Mark Robinson and Ohio Mayor Craig Shubert. There are convicted child predators that lead the so-called progressive education of children. This happened years ago in North Carolina and proves North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson is correct in opposing this filth, but don't look for major news media to ever correct their cover up of this crime, " says Eugene Delgaudio.

Breitbart reports (2016)

"The homosexual leader of efforts in North Carolina to allow men to use women's bathrooms is a convicted and registered sex offender, according to documents made available to Breitbart News.

Chad Sevearance is president of the Charlotte Business Guild, which describes itself as "a network of LGBT professionals, business owners, employees and individuals in the Charlotte area who meet to nurture a network of business contacts; encourage fellowship and support among community business, professional and charitable pursuits; and provide and promote positive role models in the LGBT community."

Sevearance and his group have taken a lead role in seeking the right to allow males to use the restrooms and showers of females, including those of little girls, which is described by advocates as nothing more than nondiscrimination measures.

Sevearance was quoted in the Charlotte Observer saying that because a recent bathroom "nondiscrimination ordinance" bill did not pass, "someone can ask me to leave a restaurant because I'm presumed to be gay or transgender."

In 1998, Sevearance worked as a youth minister and in that capacity allegedly lured younger men to his apartment to spend the night where Severance showed them pornography and tried to talk them into sex. One boy testified that he woke up to find Severance "fondling him." Severance was convicted on one charge of sexual molestation of a minor."