path·o·log·i·cal (adjective) compulsive, obsessive; synonyms: unreasonable, irrational, illogical; see also: progressivism, journalism
Whatever you think about Gillette’s indictment of masculinity, we here at the Steve Deace Show believe in equal-opportunity hazing. So here, in all their glory, are those of the non-gender-specific-with-female-chromosomes Left.
Exhibit 1: Dancing girl Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she is going to “run train on the progressive agenda.” Now lest you feel all hopey and changey about that, you should know that her terminology is slang for a gang rape of women.
That seems bad. Much worse than Donald Trump talking about his wife making a salad. And Joan Walsh and Erin Burnett called that “appalling” and “sexist” on CNN. So I’ll bet Ocasio-Cortez is in big trouble now!
Bueller? … Bueller? …
Exhibit 2: Nancy Pelosi wants to cancel the State of the Union address because a man named Donald Trump happens to be the one giving it. Barack Obama was so trusted by her that we all needed to pass the Obamacare legislation with utter abandon in order to know what was in it. Yet Trump is so dangerous that the American people simply can’t be left to decide for themselves yet again – you know, like they did with Hillary in 2016 – that even in all his brokenness he is more trustworthy than the new speaker of the House is.
Meanwhile, Pelosi is refusing to meet with the Angel Moms protesting at her office. I mean, their only lament is that their children are dead due to illegal immigration. Pulling off a sick burn of Trump is way more important than dealing with those needy chicks.
Exhibit 3: Sheila Jackson Lee is being sued for firing a female staff member who claimed she was raped by her Congressional Black Caucus Foundation supervisor. Yikes. What happened to “believe every woman?”
Exhibit 4: Rep. Ilhan Omar, a freshman congresswoman from Minnesota and a Muslim, appears to be outing Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham as a closet homosexual. Um, that’s going to require an awkward balancing of the intersectionality scale.
Exhibit 5: ABC News shared Democrat presidential candidate Kamala Harris’ advice to young women: “Don’t let anybody tell you who you are, you tell them who you are.”
She went on: “There are going to be many times you are going to be the only one like you in a room. It could be a meeting room, it could be a board room, and the thing I want you to remember is this: When you are in that room, we are all in that room with you, cheering you on.”
How beautiful. I did a little research, though, on the fine print of Harris’ Hallmarkian ode to girls, and it turns out there are some pretty significant out clauses for her progressive philosophy, like if your name is Karen Pence and all you want to do is teach art at a Christian school to Christian children because you are a Christian.
If you want to work in that room, you’re screwed, I guess.
Exhibit 6: Speaking of Karen Pence, I think we might want to check in on a couple of the journalists she broke when she exercised her First Amendment rights.
Lois Romano, former editor for the Washington Post and Politico, asked on Twitter, “How can this happen in America in 2019?” What? Be a Christian? Only a person plagued by a malicious level of ignorance could ask this question without shame. Which is exactly why, by the way, she has risen to a level of prominence in journalism.
Now meet Romano’s sister soldier, CNN White House reporter Kate Bennett. She also took to Twitter with the Pence vapors, saying, “My beef isn’t necessarily with the school – which is private and Christian. The great thing about this country is people have free will to practice their faith. My problem is the second lady of the United States is voluntarily choosing a school that bans homosexuality.”
Then later she insisted, “I am not partisan.”
First of all, hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Secondly, I don’t think “free will” means what she thinks it means. Or gender. Or reality. Which is why my beef, Kate, is that journalism keeps hiring and promoting people as ridiculous as you.
I mean, wow. You lie with such ease. Which, and I repeat myself, is why you also have likely risen to a level of prominence in journalism.
So with these examples proving women can be as nasty as they wanna be, too, maybe it’s not your gender that makes you toxic after all. Maybe it’s your toxic beliefs that poison yourself and everyone around you.
Steve Deace is broadcast nationally every day on BlazeTV. He is the author of the book “Truth Bombs: Confronting the Lies Conservatives Believe (To Our Own Demise).”