The Census Bureau says it’s the law: You have to disclose your sexual preference

Can you believe it?

The intrusive tentacles of the U.S. Government are reaching into the most private aspect of our lives — our bedrooms!

The Census Bureau, under the guise of routine data collection, is now mandating every American to disclose intimate details about whom they share their bed with.

Is it a man? A woman? Both? They demand answers!

Imagine this: an ordinary American, like yourself, finds an official survey in the mail. It’s not only asking about your electric bills and your job — it wants to pry into your personal sex life!

And here’s the kicker:

You are legally obligated to respond. “YOUR RESPONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW,” the envelope screams. Refuse, and you face civil penalties.

But it doesn’t stop there. This isn’t just about your sexual orientation. Oh no, it’s much more invasive.

The Census Bureau also wants to know what sex you were “assigned” at birth.

I was never assigned a sex at birth. My sex was established in the womb long before a doctor, nurse, or parent decided they could play God and assign one. 

And by law, do I really have to answer this woke, bull crap question?

Here is the Census Bureau’s answer, reprinted word-for-word:

“Yes. Your response to this survey is required by law (Title 13, U.S. Code, Sections 141, 193, and 221)”

If you decide that your sexual habits are none of their business and toss that survey in the trash, what happens next, you ask? Well, they’ll send someone to your door to bang on it until you submit to their questions.

To those obstinate and prude Americans who refuse to entertain federal officials with their sexual proclivities, the Census Bureau warns:

“If you do not respond promptly, a Census Bureau interviewer may contact you to complete the survey.”

How did we get here? How did we get to the point where federal bureaucrats sitting in Washington are salivating over the prospect of cataloging your sexual preferences?

Most puzzling, why do they even want to know?

Well, it seems other federal agencies are lining up, eager to get their hands on this data, claiming they have “legal uses” for it, the Census Bureaus says.

What possible legal use could justify such an invasion? It’s shocking!

Remember, this isn’t an isolated incident.

Our government is already on a slippery slope, tracking innocuous activities and labeling ordinary Americans as potential threats. Buying a Bible? Booking a flight without stating why? Purchasing a firearm? According to the Treasury Department, these might just make you a domestic terrorist!

We stand at a crossroads.

That’s why our legal team at Christian Action Network is gearing up for a battle — a class action lawsuit to put an end to this madness. Stay tuned.

If we allow this, what comes next? Will they start monitoring how often we go to church? Will they want to know what books we read to our children at night? What kind of sex we have in the bedroom: Missionary, Cowgirl, Cowboy, Other?

It’s time to remind these federal agencies that they work for us, not the other way around. We must protect our liberties, our privacy, and our dignity from this overreach


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