“Sometimes human places, create inhumane monsters.” Stephen King — “The Shining.” It’s an intense quote, and it happens to be true. For us, the human place in DC. DC is where politics bloom — but it is also a place where corruption often springs up, pulling with it any marionette who cares to follow.
That’s why it is so important to have quality Journalists, pundits, and political moderators. These people are the fact-checkers, the ones who have the power to stop the inhumanity of the monsters.
So that being said, allow me to point you toward an article by Arthur Delaney and Jennifer Bendery of Huffington Post. This article concerns the GOP. After creating a slew of fake news by mocking Judge Jackson about “defining a woman,” Huffington Post decided to turn the tables.
And they asked Republicans themselves to define a woman.
How do you think the GOP did?
They flunked — all of them.
Bright big F’s.
Marsha Blackburn (monster, Tennesee) explained she has a policy of “not talking to reporters in Senate hallways.”
Eternal sycophant Lindsey Graham (useless, South Carolina) had a genius response; He said a woman is someone “who is biologically a woman.”
Three cheers for Senator John Cornyn (Idiot, Texas), who refused to answer the question.
I’m not going to indulge you,” he said tersely.
John Kennedy (frightening, Louisiana) said he had nothing to say.
Senator Thom Tillis certainly gave an interesting answer.
Very good, Senator Tills! Does that mean anyone who is not your wife isn’t a woman?
But the winner of the failed test was Josh Hawley because, of course.
“Someone who can give birth to a child, a mother,” the idiot piped in.
When Huffington Post asked if women who had their uterus removed were still women, here is his response: “Yeah. Well, I don’t know, would they?”
He later said yes, she is still a woman.
These morons are some of our Senators and Congresspeople. Allow ME to define a woman. A woman is black, brown, white, golden, tan, and many other colors. A woman comes in all shapes and sizes. A woman cannot be defined as one thing. A woman walks freely, able to make her own labels about what and who she is. We need more of these lovely creatures we call women — we need more in the House and in the Senate.