Liberals can find a way to turn anything into a political correctness debate.
If you’re clueless enough to elect a Muslim mayor for no other reason than he’s Muslim, without even bothering to check his history, that’s just stupidity.
And when you proclaim outdoor activities to be racist, misogynistic and an example of white privilege, you’ve gone so far off the deep end, there’s no saving you. There’s just no hope.
But when you find a way to turn a missile launch into a PC issue, you have way, way too much time on your hands.
After the U.S. dropped “The Mother Of All Bombs” on Afghanistan last week (an attack that apparently killed 36 ISIS fighters), liberals everywhere screamed their disagreement. That was to be expected.
But some actually had a problem with the bomb’s name. That’s right; we’re not talking about the attack itself, but the name, “Mother of All Bombs.”
Via The Blaze:
“Liberals were quick to hash out their thoughts on social media, but one criticism of the day’s incident was particularly puzzling.
Slight correction to original copy: “US kills a lot of people today.”
War should not be sanitized to make it more palatable to the public. https://t.co/vPoIjgu8vS
— Eric Stoller (@EricStoller) April 13, 2017
Others even singled out BBC News and asked them to stop using the term on their broadcast because it was offensive:
Please would you stop using the term `mother of all bombs` on your programme? It is sexist and offensive.
— Diana Gibson (@DianaEGibson) April 14, 2017
BBC, ‘mother of all bombs’ is sexist language. Why is sex/gender relevant to size of a bomb? Ask BBC why is some sexism gone but other not?
— VincentBarnett (@BBCBiasTGBFO) April 14, 2017
HIGHLY SEXIST AND DEMEANING TO CALL IT THE “MOTHER OF ALL BOMBS”!!!!
like any mother would want to kill tens if not hundreds of people!!!!!
— edward perez (@erperez54) April 14, 2017
— Resist in LA (@resistinla) April 13, 2017
Of course, liberals don’t deal in facts and real history, so they probably didn’t know “the mother of all” statement has been in use for a great many years. And never once was it intended to be sexist.
Actually, nobody ever had a problem with it until these nutjobs snowflakes came along.
Source: The Blaze