Dem Tulsi Gabbard Slams Her Party For Removing Gendered Language: Calls it “Height Of Hypocrisy”

Yesterday, on Tucker Carlson’s show, Democrat Tulsi Gabbard slammed the Democratic Party for the hypocrisy it has shown over gender. Gabbard took particular aim at the Democrat’s bizarre attempt to limit “gendered” language like “father” and “daughter” by saying, “It’s the height of hypocrisy for people who claim to be the champions of rights for women to deny the biological existence of women.”

Gabbard went on to say,

“It shows how out of touch with reality and the struggles of every day Americans people in Congress are. Also as their first act, this new Congress could have been to make sure that elderly Americans are able to get the COVID vaccine now along side front line healthcare workers. Instead of doing something that could help save people’s lives, they are choosing instead to say you can’t say mother and father in this congressional language. It’s astounding.”

First of all, the whole idea of getting rid of gendered language is nuts in the first place. It’s something you’d expect from a radicalized 19-year-old women’s studies major, not serious people. On the one hand, it may seem like a trivial thing, but the fact that Democrats as a Party have publicly embraced something this crazy is a bad sign of where the party’s head is at.

Additionally, Gabbard is right that the party’s stand is hypocritical. These are the same people that ramble on about Republicans “hating women” and a “war on women,” yet they’re essentially saying women don’t exist in a meaningful sense because all it takes for a man to be a woman is to decide that he is one. Then he can beat them at sports, stare at them in the locker room and use the bathroom beside of them with the blessing of the Democratic Party. That’s as “anti-women” and for that matter, “anti-science” as it gets.

John Hawkins is the author of 101 Things All Young Adults Should Know. You can find him on Parler here.

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