The far-left has gone insane. They place pronouns in front of policies and think the average American will join in when they can’t afford gas or meals because of the leftist-run government policies.
On Thursday CNN pundit and Washington Post writer, Fareed Zakaria, wrote a post where he claimed that the left should maybe think about some policies that will help the country rather than focus on pronouns. His article was titled: “Forget Pronouns: Democrats need to be the party of building things”.
Democrats need to once more become the party that gets stuff done, builds things and makes government work for people. That’s a lot more important to most Americans than using the right pronouns.
My latest column: https://t.co/x8ULfqjdfQ
— Fareed Zakaria (@FareedZakaria) July 14, 2022
But you’ll notice, the title of the article was changed to “Democrats need to be the party of building things”. The “Forget pronouns” wording was taken out.
This is because the far-left responded to the radical far-left publication claiming that Fareed was out of line.
Mayor Pete’s husband was one of many left-wing nuts to respond to Zakaria’s insensitivity.
It is wildly inappropriate to instruct Democrats to toss aside an entire group of Americans in order to win. Democrats are making historic investments and bold moves while proposing life-saving and democracy-strengthening legislation that republicans continue to vote no on.
— Chasten Buttigieg (@Chasten) July 15, 2022
Of course, he and his husband have nothing on their resumes that shows they’re capable of building anything other than pronouns.
The Washington Post changed the headline of an opinion piece by Fareed Zakaria after facing intense backlash on Twitter over the suggestion that Democrats should “Forget Pronouns.”
The article was first posted on Thursday with the headline, “Forget Pronouns: Democrats need to become the party of building things,” and Zakaria shared the article on Twitter with the commentary that getting “stuff done” is “a lot more important to most Americans than using the right pronouns.”
Zakaria’s message was widely criticized, with many emphasizing the importance of respecting pronouns and paying attention to the needs of transgender people.