Happy ‘birthing people’s’ day to all as liberals continue to twist language

Happy Birthing Person’s Day to all the Birthing People out there. What would we do without you?

Sure, some of you bigots might refer to this day as Mother’s Day — but inclusivity matters.

In that same vein, liberals used to tell us that “words matter.” But that no longer seems to be the case.

Instead, the left has become the party of twisted semantics, hell-bent on muddying up the meaning of words.

While speaking at a House Oversight Committee hearing, U.S. Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., said, “I sit before you today as a single mom, as a nurse, as an activist, and as a congresswoman. And I am committed to doing the absolute most to protect Black mothers, to protect Black babies, to protect Black birthing people, and to save lives.”

The video immediately blew up on Twitter. Some users criticized Bush’s woke linguistics, while others praised the congresswoman for being inclusive.

This is by no means the first time that terminology referring to mothers and females has received a progressive overhaul.

After all, our pronouns and descriptors have to keep up with the times.

And since the times are insane, it only makes sense that our dialect should match.

According to the New York Post, in two UK hospitals, “health professionals were advised to use the phrases ‘breast/chest milk,’ ‘milk from the feeding mother or parent’ and ‘human milk.’”

In January, the House passed a resolution that eliminated multiple gender-specific terms from a document pertaining to House rules. Why? Well, to “honor all gender identities” of course.

Terms like father, mother, son and daughter were given the ax — to name a few.

You might think this wackiness would set off some alarm bells among the journalists who pushed out countless pieces comparing Trump’s America to George Orwell’s “1984.” But these woke warriors champion Newspeak and gaslight anyone who questions it.

A headline in the main stream media reads, “Are We Really Criticizing Rep. Cori Bush for ‘Birthing People’ Instead of Solving Black Maternal Mortality?”

Well, if the term birthing people is no big deal — then why use it?

The left can downplay these changes but the truth is they fully recognize the power of language and are constantly trying to wield it.

When definitions are ever-changing, then words become meaningless.

Suddenly, reality is whatever the Ministry of Truth wants it to be.

For example, President Biden’s $2.2 trillion infrastructure bill devotes only about 7% to what’s normally considered infrastructure. That might not bode well with the American people.

But if you change the definition of infrastructure to mean child care, caregiving and paid leave — well, then 100% of the $2.2 trillion is going to infrastructure.

See how that works?

If a certain word can help the left push their agenda, then it is in vogue.

But if a word threatens to damage their optics, that is when the Ministry of Truth jumps into action.

When discussing the southern border, Biden Press Secretary Jen Psaki told her fawning fans in the press corps that there was “no need to put labels” on the challenge.

President Biden, in rare a moment of clarity, did describe the influx of illegal aliens as a “crisis.”

Fortunately for Biden, he likely wasn’t reprimanded for that slip up. But can the same be said for the staff at Politico?

A higher up at the outlet sent out a memo to its staffers asking them to “avoid referring to the present situation as a crisis, although we may quote others using that language while providing context.”

According to deputy production director Maya Parthasarathy, the situation at the border “does not fit the dictionary definition of a crisis.”

I’m not sure what dictionary Maya is using, because the situation meets the definition of crisis to a T.

But liberals are defining words based off their political agendas and that involves a lot of sugar coating.

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., in one of her wisdom-filled Instagram videos, told her lemmings that referring to the influx of migrants at the border as a “surge” pushes white supremacy.

I wonder if she’ll have a conversation with Vice President Kamala Harris who used the term just this past week.

Maybe when conservatives uses certain words, they are pushing hateful philosophies — but when the left uses the same words, they are merely speaking truth to power.

If that is the case, I have a request.

Could Vice President Harris wish everyone a Happy Mother’s Day for me?