Amy Coney Barrett Uses the Term "Sexual Preference" — Dems and Media Flip Out While Webster's Dictionary REDEFINES THE TERM
· Oct 14, 2020 ·

There is so much going on in this story, it's hard to know where to begin.

Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono is making all sorts of headlines after yesterday's SCOTUS nomination hearing of Amy Coney Barrett. She asks if Barrett has ever sexually assaulted anyone, prompted by nothing, but that wasn't enough. Hirono then goes on to claim that Judge ACB has used the term "sexual preference" instead of "sexual orientation" because it is an "offensive and outdated" term.

Here's MSNBC producer's take on the term.

Not only is it offensive and outdated, news stations shouldn't even broadcast the phrase!

Of course, the internet is quick to point out the Democrat hypocrisy on this issue, here's a highlight reel of high ranking Democrats using the term "sexual preference."

Joe Biden, Keith Ellison, and even the Notorious RBG have all used the term "sexual preference" without any repercussions.

Also, here's a story in the ultra-woke Atlantic that uses the forbidden term when describing an Obama executive action. Sunny does a great job listing nearly 20 stories that use the ultra-offensive term.

And here's The Advocate running a headline with the "offensive" phrase just 18 days before decrying the use and deeming it an "anti-LGBTQ+ term" once it is associated with ACB.

And in order to really drive the point home, Webster's Dictionary CHANGED THE DEFINITION OF THE PHRASE TO ADD "OFFENSIVE" AS A DEFINITION.

Check it out! Number five changes from a link to "orientation" to an additional definition of "offensive" and this happens just after ACB is associated with the term!

They think they can get away with this? It's so brazen and right in front of our eyes!


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