On Tuesday, Kamala Harris offered her pronouns and a little description of her outfit during a roundtable discussion.
On the 32nd anniversary of the day that Pres. George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into legislation, a gathering was held in Washington, DC, to discuss how the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Group Supreme Courts’ recent decision will affect those with impairments — last month, the high court released its decision permitting states to prohibit abortions.
At the start of the gathering, Harris stated that she pronounces herself as she/her and calls herself a “woman … in a blue suit.”
The vice president’s decision to disclose her pronouns follows years of radical leftist gender ideology, which holds that biological men and women can identify as the other.
Her statements have attracted a lot of attention on social media.
“One of the many flaws that makes this so crazy is that Kamala is describes her clothing in order to assist people who are visually impaired, yet she puts on a mask which unnecessarily alienated the hearing-impaired,” tweeted Matt Walsh of the Daily Wire.
“However, what is a woman?” tweeted Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in response to Kamala’s statement.
“How is she aware….of the woman thing, or even the blue thing for that matter,” tweeted Harmeet Dhillon.
“If she rejected woke inanities and moved toward a commonsensical centrism, a majority of the American people would embrace her. She merely digs in, as opposed to adapting,” wrote Christina Sommers.
“Progressivism is a cult,” Josh Hammer, the opinion editor for Newsweek, wrote.
“And they ask why regular Americans believe these people have lost their grip,” National Review Online’s Dan McLaughlin wrote.
“Don’t you know this was a meeting for disability advocates? The RNC may not value common courtesy, but most Americans do. However, go on denigrating people for being polite,” Democratic Sen. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois wrote, reacting to the remarks from the Republican National Committee.