Democrats have been grasping at straws throughout the entire ACB hearings.
But this must be the most hilarious yet.
When asked about same-sex marriage, Barrett said she does not consider someone’s “sexual preference” when judging a case.
Sounds like the right answer? Wrong, if you’re a partisan looking for reason to attack.
Dems were actually upset that she used the word “preference,” something people have been saying for decades.
Suddenly now, liberals are saying this is discrimination—because they appear to have lost their minds.
At least seven Democrats used the word recently:
— Crypto Expat (@expat_crypto) October 14, 2020
In classic Orwellian style, Democrats are trying to redefine words randomly, as it suits their needs.
To attack the respected judge Amy Coney Barrett, they are now saying—for the first time—that the word “preference” when used to describe sexuality is wrong.
Yet video proves Democrats used that phrase all the time.
But to run interference for the left, some liberal editor for the Webster dictionary website quickly changed the meaning:
As recently as last month, Webster’s Dictionary included a definition of “preference” as “orientation” or “sexual preference.” TODAY they changed it and added the word “offensive.”
Insane – I just checked through Wayback Machine and it’s real.
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) October 14, 2020
Talk about coming apart at the seams. Democrats are randomly shooting into the wind—and their buddies in tech are trying to help them out.
But how many people are fooled? Does anyone even remotely believe the word “preference” is insulting?
Will this impact ACB’s appointment to the Supreme Court?
We’re not sure. What do you say? Do you still want ACB on the court—even though she uses this evil word “preference”?
- Democrats suddenly called the word “preference” offensive, after it was used by ACB.
- The Webster website suddenly changed the meaning to back them up.
- Senate Democrats seem to be bitter that they cannot stop ACB from being appointed.