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Jan 15 2019

Suffocating Moonbattery from Dictionary.com

There is no escape. Say you want to look up a word on Dictionary.com. Lately a large graphic has dominated the homepage featuring the unlovely grimace of the congresskook who made the news recently by screeching of the President of the United States that she would “impeach the motherf***er” on an unspecified charge. The caption reads, “Rashida Tlaib Backlash Raises the Question: Why Can’t Women Swear?”

Surely, they aren’t insisting, on what you would expect to be a politically neutral site, that we approve of Tlaib’s appalling behavior. After several days, morbid curiosity compelled me to click on the graphic. This reckless mistake plunged me into a realm of sheer moonbattery.

The link leads to a 1,000+-word article right there on the Dictionary.com site championing Tlaib’s obnoxiousness. The arguments, by necessity, are moronic. They boil down to: some men use foul language in public, so you are a sexist if you don’t like it when women do it too.

In support of this viewpoint, they present readers with a tweet by leftist Hollyweirdo Samuel Jackson that is too obscene to reproduce on a respectable website.

After defending Tlaib, the piece goes on the offense. Not only is it not bad that she calls the President a “motherf***er,” it is positively good — because moonbattery:

Feminist writer Mona Eltahawy summed it up succinctly when she wrote that, as a Muslim woman, she swears specifically because she “isn’t supposed to.” She does it to “make the patriarchy uncomfortable.” And that’s likely what Tlaib did, too.

Islamofeminism is inherently absurd. That could be why Islamofeminists are at the cutting edge of intersectional moonbattery (refer to Linda Sarsour).

The piece finishes on a note of triumph:

Forty-two members of the 2019 congress are women and 24 of them are people of color. Many of them are also younger than the average congressperson, such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is 29, or Ilhan Omar, who is 37.

Moonbattery readers are familiar with Ocasio-Cortez and Omar, both of them ultramoonbats that no sane person would trust in a position of authority. But they are women of color, so they are qualified to rule over us.

The newest congressional class seems poised to speak for all Americans, swearing and all, and that’s proving to be an unsettling prospect to many older, white, and mostly male Americans who have traditionally functioned under the belief that they would always have the loudest voices in the room.

Swearing isn’t just swearing when moonbats like Rashida Tlaib do it. It is a righteous attack on old people, white people, and men. Every F-bomb is a blow for social justice!

That’s what you get fed when you just want check on how to spell a word, so thoroughly has belligerent moonbattery saturated every nook and cranny of society.




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