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Pat McCrory

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Due to leftist hysteria over the transgender law, as well as blatant leftist [[media bias]] in the [[mainstream media]], McCrory was defeated by a Democrat challenger in the 2016 election, and he conceded defeat a few weeks later.<ref name="Forbes"/>(p.3)<ref>Berry, Susan, Dr. (December 6, 2016). [ North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory’s Defeat Due to ‘Radical Forces’ and ‘Corporate Extortion, Bullying’]. ''Breitbart''. Retrieved December 29, 2016.</ref>
This [[Liberal deceit|leftist deceit]] was confirmed when the Charlotte city council voted to repeal the law 10-0 after the McCrory's Democrat successor was voted into office, provided the state legislature would repeal their law.<ref>Emma, Caitlin; Hefling, Kimberly (December 19, 2016). [ Incoming governor says North Carolina will repeal LGBT law]. ''Politico''. December 29, 2016.</ref> Fortunately for common sense, the repeal effort in the state legislature failed.<ref>Marlow, Robert J. (December 23, 2016). [ Newly Elected Dem Governor Thwarted, North Carolina Fails to Repeal Bathroom Bill]. ''Breitbart''. Retrieved December 29, 2016.</ref> However,t he the bill was repealed, in a compromise, in March 2017.<ref>[ North Carolina transgender 'bathroom bill' flushed by lawmakers]. ''Fox News''. March 30, 2017. Retrieved March 30, 2017.</ref> Some conservatives interpreted this action as a defeat for the [[homosexual agenda]].<ref>Munro, Neil (April 4, 2017). [ Transgender Ideology Defeated in North Carolina ‘Bathroom’ Debate]. ''Breitbart News''. Retrieved April 4, 2017.</ref>
After the election, McCrory signed a law that would reduce the power of his leftist successor.<ref>Robillard, Kevin (December 16, 2016). [ North Carolina governor signs laws restricting successor's power]. ''Politico''. Retrieved December 29, 2016.</ref>
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