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Speaking to a group of disability advocates, and wanting to be thoughtful of those who were blind or vision impaired, Vice President Kamala Harris began her talk by saying, "I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her, I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit." But what exactly did she mean by those words? What, after all, is a woman? And what do we learn about Harris from her preferred gender pronouns?
In raising these questions, my purpose is not to mock the vice president. Rather, it is to mock the cultural madness that set the stage for her comments. We must not become accustomed to this social insanity!
To be sure, others found Harris' comments to be quite condescending, including Mary Chastain, who describes herself as nearly vision impaired.
Turning Point USA has issued a cease and desist letter to ABC News calling for the network to "retract the defamatory statements" made earlier this week about its recent Tampa, Florida, Student Action Summit on popular talk show The View or face legal action, per a letter to network leadership obtained by Fox News.
The nonprofit, founded by conservative activist Charlie Kirk, said in its letter that "The false statements of fact intentionally made during The View's July 25th segment were unquestionably harmful to TPUSA's reputation and brought the organization and its student affiliates into disrepute with the public, potential donors and current and future business partners, posing a significant financial loss to the organization."
The threatened legal action comes after a segment in which The View co-hosts denigrated Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and other Republicans for failing to condemn neo-Nazi protesters who showed up outside the Student Action Summit's venue. Joy Behar went so far as to compare the silence to Nazi Germany, saying, "DeSantis did not say anything about it. Nothing. So it's sort of his rendition of a 'good people on both sides.' ... There were Germans in Germany at that time who did not speak up because they were like, 'Well maybe it'll go away,' and they were quiet. And then when it become full-blown Nazism and Jews and other people were being thrown in concentration camps, it was too late for them."
"We will choose a future of renewal and revival of a nation that is more exceptional than ever before" said former President Donald J. Trump as he returned to Washington, D.C., for the first time since leaving the city on Jan. 20, 2020, following the election.
With the polls hovering around 20% approval, the Ragnar ratings clearly show that there was no way more people voted for the feckless Joe Biden than Barack Obama. The room was electric as Trump spoke to his longtime supporters and friends, referring to the election, which he won. Won, that is, until it was stolen as described in the movie 2000 Mules with a classic "color revolution" combining false ballots, engineered election machines and an organized attack on anyone who dared speak the truth.
"We need to drain the swamp, and we need to make it easier to remove bureaucrats, and Congress should make it the law to remove the deep state so Washington will be an entirely different place," he said.
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