What the Heck: We’ve become fools, Democrats love melanin, and Vivek drops a bomb

We've become fools

My wife and I were among the millions of people who took the time to watch the Daily Wire's free release of the Matt Walsh movie, "What is a Woman?" It was entertaining, yes. It was also a jaw-dropping indictment of an overly self-indulgent society that has become so sick on its own prosperity that it has literally resorted to creating its own problems.

The scene where the Maasai tribe in Africa was laughing at Walsh's absurd questions about a man becoming a woman was an actual gut punch to any American still in touch with reality. By all accounts these people are primitive compared to the technological advancement of our society, and yet they demonstrate a firmer grasp on the obvious than our college professors and Supreme Court justices.

I watched the Maasai interpreter laugh at the inanity of it all and flashed back to President Biden's court pick, Ketanji Brown Jackson and her answer to the easiest softball ever lofted in a confirmation hearing:

You noticed how she gave up the ghost, right? "I'm not a biologist." In other words, a person's sex/gender is tied to their biology. She knows it. The Maasai tribesmen know it. We all know it. It's just in America we are so committed to paganism we'll pretend it isn't just to protect our idols. We've become the living embodiment of Paul's words to the Roman Christians two thousand years ago: "Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools."

Democrats love melanin

While we're on the topic of Justice Jackson, I know I should be used to it all by now, but I just can't fathom how this is viewed as acceptable conduct in 2023. The Civil Rights Movement that supposedly brought long-awaited dignity and self-worth to black Americans happened 70-some years ago.

Yet, here is the elected Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris:

How incredibly demeaning.

There's not even an effort to hide that Jackson was chosen not for her qualifications or aptitude, her mind or her wisdom. She had the right skin tone and body parts. It's just gross. I don't believe in judging individuals by their chosen political tribe – not every Democrat agrees with everything the Democrat Party does or represents.

But I do think at a certain point, you can identify a party for what it will do, according to its history. And the Democrat Party has proven itself historically to be one consumed with judging a person based solely on the color of their skin. It's just bizarre that even as the decades change, the party is yet to move past seeing an individual only at the surface-level.

  • The Democrat Party once advocated a person could be enslaved, not because of the kind of person they were, but based solely on the melanin in their skin.
  • The Democrat Party then advocated a person could be segregated, not because of the kind of person they were, but based solely on the melanin in their skin.
  • The Democrat Party now advocates a person can be elevated or given a job, not because of the kind of person they are, but based solely on the melanin in their skin.

People are more than their race, and I have never understood association with a party that can't appreciate that fact.

Vivek drops a bomb

Finally, hats off to Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy. Few men have the courage to speak these kinds of truths in the public square these days:

That kind of clarity is a breath of fresh air. Now, I don't know if it's smart politics or not. Frankly, I hope Vivek doesn't care if it is or not, because it would take something away from this truth bomb if it was only dropped as the result of some political calculation.

Somehow our culture has become so backward that saying obvious things like God exists, and fossil fuels are critical, and humanity is divided between male and female, and everything starts with family is no longer greeted with blank stares that mean, "Well, duh." Instead they are met with blank stares that mean, "I can't believe you would say something so offensive."

But credit where it's due. And for that tweet, it's due to Vivek.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Not the Bee or any of its affiliates.

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