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Aimee Arrambide, the executive director of the abortion-rights nonprofit, Avow Texas, was asked recently by Rep. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., in the House Judiciary Committee to define what “a woman is,” to which she responded, “I believe that everyone can identify for themselves.”
“Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?” she was then asked
“Yes,” Arrambide replied.
“He’s a Fool that cannot conceal his Wisdom.”
How or why anyone, anywhere, any more would continue to present any concept of intelligent thought in Congress or their committees when human flesh like Aimee Arrambide (probably an alias) is allowed to be seated as a guest is baffling.
It is bad enough that the states send their own ill-charged, and clownish buffoons like Nancy Pelosi, AOC, Shelia Jackson Lee, and her red sister Liz Cheney and her red bother cry-baby Adam Kinsinger, but now these representative lifers bring in idiots from off the street such as Arrambide.
However, for congress (or anywhere in Washington D.C.) the concept of intelligent thought is amiss.
Mental machinations like Arrambide’s do not come from God’s creatures. He is the Creator. We are the Creatures. We are molded in His image. He did not mold man from a vision as miraculously exquisite and imagined as in Michelangelo’s, “The Creation of Adam,” and then like a clever skit on Saturday Night Live gives him the brain of a jelly donut.
However, disgusting remarks like the blathering nonsense above (men can get pregnant) are seemingly accepted as “matters” of opinion, and “everyone” is entitled to their own so say the so-called pundits, etc.
“Opinion” is the concept of speculation as to an as yet unrevealed fact. It is not the concept of revealed pudden-headed mental pus.
This woman should have been immediately charged with contempt of Congress (if not humanity) and then escorted out of the building or wrapped in a straitjacket so she did not harm herself or anyone else.
For those of us far away in mind and body, we do not laugh, we do not cry, we do not even pity (though they are pitiful) these fools in a city named for a famous MAN (yes, I used the “M” word), George Washington. The city of the lying, bloated bureaucrats and pretentious “representatives.” The socialists, the baby killers, and the warmongers. The reds and the blues. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly? No, just the bad and the ugly.
Now joining ranks are the patently stupid. The certainty is that Arrambide is really just a liar, otherwise, keepers of mental hygiene in a hospital for the self-inflicted lobotomy victims would have whisked her away by now. If she is attempting truth-telling she should not be walking the streets unattended.
But this patent stupidity is only the point of a spear that seemingly has been thrust a thousand times from the cast of fools and Lord of the Flies and neo maggots drawing a handsome salary from the people in that old Virginia and Maryland land grant of D.C.
Nero burned Rome; they put out the fire and Rome fell. The British burned Washington; they put out the fire and…
And no red wave is going to save it .
Patrick Henry, staunch ANTI-FEDERALIST, famously (and wisely) refused to attend the Constitutional Convention because as he even more famously said: “I smell a rat.”
That was 250 years ago. He ought to get a whiff of the s*** that is spread around now.
By Paul Yarbrough
Paul Yarbrough is a regular contributor to The Blue State Conservative. He writes novels, short stories, poetry, and essays. His first novel. Mississippi Cotton is a Kindle bestseller. His author site can be found on Amazon. He writes political commentary for CommDigiNews.
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