Biden Supreme Court nominee can’t, but I Can Define What a Woman Is.
Breitbart: “After President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson was unable to define the word ‘woman’ during her confirmation hearing on Tuesday — claiming she is ‘not a biologist’ — USA Today outdid Jackson by arguing that even a ‘competent biologist’ would be unable to ‘offer a definitive answer either.”
Get ready for something startling.
If you’re born with a vagina, and doctors don’t alter it, you’ll grow up to be a woman.
That’s it. That’s the definition.
This is true for a tiger, a giraffe, an elephant, a rhinoceros, a human.
Regardless of race, color, creed, religion, ethnicity, or social media status.
Transgenderism is surgical and chemical. At its source, it isn’t biological.
But now, apparently, it IS. Because. Just because.
“If we say something is biological, it is. This is science. We follow the science.”
And part of the science is: “I’m a biologist. If I offer a simple obvious common-sense definition of a woman, I’ll be railroaded out of my profession. THAT’s why I’m unable to offer a definition.”
Do humans have two eyes?
Well, if surgeons remove one eye from 900,000 humans who are demanding the operation because they have a movement based on one-eye-ness, does that change basic biological reality?
If you’re doing public relations for the one-eye movement, it makes sense to push the envelope, if you can get away with it. If you can instill fear in the hearts of scientists—and they’ll now claim that “two eyes” is a problematic assertion and should be banned—you win a victory.
“Today, the Supreme Court ruled they were scared shitless and therefore…”
It certainly works in the field of law.
Can you call a glob inside a bun a burger, if it’s made out of soy, fermented mango, rubber, and used N95 masks?
No. You have to publish the ingredients, and you’re supposed to say “meatless” before “burger.”
But that’s only because the social movement on behalf of fake meat hasn’t acquired sufficient leverage. Its moral position isn’t intimidating.
If it were, you could be munching a burger made out of New York garbage pickups.
And you could be feeling righteous. And you could say:
Even biologists can’t define what a burger is.
— Jon Rappoport