Hundreds sing ‘Let Us Pee’ outside of North Carolina governor’s mansion

North Carolinians protest outside of Governor Pat McCrory's mansion. Bil Browning

A gathering to protest North Carolina‘s new law overturning protections for LGBT people and mandating that transgender people use the restroom of their birth gender took a unique turn on Sunday. Hundred of people came together outside of the Governor Pat McCrory’s mansion to sing “Let Us Pee,” a twist on the Beatles song “Let It Be.”

The “Triangle Families against HB2” event lasted about two hours according to the Centre Daily Times as passing motorists honked in support.

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