by Kerry Dougherty
Keep it up, lefties. I’m begging you.
Keep spouting anti-science inanities and do it as loudly as possible until you drive every single normal person away from the Democratic Party.
Seriously, don’t stop.
What am I talking about? You have to see this to believe it:
Berkeley Law Professor Khiara Bridges: "Do you believe that men can get pregnant?"
Sen. Josh Hawley: "No, I don't think men can get pregnant."
Bridges: "So, you're denying that trans people exist." pic.twitter.com/WIFEqfMeaH
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) July 12, 2022
That’s Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley on Tuesday questioning Berkeley law professor Khiara Bridges at an abortion legislation hearing.
This far-left educator drips with condescension as she smirks her way through the surreal exchange. So imagine for a moment how she treats students who dare challenge her peculiar orthodoxy. Of course, this IS Berkeley. Chances are, Bridges is mainstream there.
But her thought processes are bizarre, rigid and deny reality. She’s the embodiment of the far-out trans agenda.
When she asks Hawley if men can get pregnant, his response — “No I don’t believe men can get pregnant,” causes Bridges to explode into a tirade of gender gibberish. She accuses the senator of being transphobic and opening up trans people to violence.
A big fat serving of crazy,
It’s worth noting that Hawley has impressive academic credentials that rival the professor’s: Stanford undergrad, Yale Law School.
Look, there are definitely trans people. And they should be allowed to live their lives in peace, like everyone else. That doesn’t mean that men can have babies.
Just because someone’s taken hormones, perhaps surgically removed or added body parts and changed their pronouns does not change the fact that their chromosomes remain the same as they were at birth.
Biologically speaking, they are either male or female.
And only females – with uteruses and all of the other baby-gestating apparatus – can get pregnant. That’s a fact.
But by all means, the left should continue with the militant gender ideology that demands everyone accept the fiction that men can get pregnant.
Let’s hope it reaches a screeching crescendo just in time for the mid-terms.
This column has been republished with permission from Kerry: Unemployed & Unedited.