The left makes no sense with any of their so-called reasoning.
They are a walking contradiction that everyone else in the world can see but them.
For example, the left will proclaim body autonomy for a woman killing her unborn child, but they will push for everyone in the world to get a vaccine.
Or, they will say that women should be the only ones that can decide what is best for their bodies, but they cannot define what a woman is.
It is insanity.
When you add these two ideologies together, you get utter chaos, which is what happened earlier this week.
The House Judiciary Committee conducted the “Revoking Your Rights: The Ongoing Crisis in Abortion Care Access” hearing in response to a leaked draft of a Supreme Court decision that is expected to overturn the Roe. v. Wade decision.
North Carolina Republican Rep. Dan Bishop pressed Democratic witness Aimee Arrambide — executive director for pro-abortion nonprofit Avow Texas — on her basic understanding of biology during the proceedings.
“What do you say a woman is?” Bishop pointedly asked Arrambide.
“I believe that everyone can identify for themselves,” she replied.
“Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?” Bishop asked.
“Yes,” Arrambide said confidently.
Arrambide’s wholesale acceptance of the insane idea that men can get pregnant proves that holding leftist ideas will undermine one’s grip on reality.
This was supported by Arrambide’s earlier testimony, where she claimed that the right to kill her unborn child at 25 made her a better mother to the two she deemed fit to live.
“I wouldn’t be the mother I am today and have the two wonderful children who are my whole world,” she claimed.
Unfortunately, Arrambide wasn’t the only Democratic witness to get tripped up by such a basic question.
Dr. Yashica Robinson had difficulty defining what a woman is — despite her professional experience as an OBGYN and board member with Physicians for Reproductive Health.
“Dr. Robinson, I noticed in your written testimony you said that you use she/her pronouns. You’re a medical doctor — what’s a woman?” Bishop asked the doctor.
“I think it’s important that we educate people like you about why we’re doing the things that we do,” Robinson deflected.
“And so the reason that I use she and her pronouns is because I understand that there are people who become pregnant that may not identify that way,” Robinson claimed.
“And I think it is discriminatory to speak to people or call them in such a way as they desire not to be called,” Robinson claimed without answering what should have been a softball question.
Whether it is abortion or transgender ideology, this kind of cognitive dissonance goes unreconciled in leftists and softens the ground for more insane and contradictory ideas to take root.