AOC Talks About ‘Birthing Persons’ in Latest Self-Destruct Interview

AOC humiliates herself once again as she seeks to refer to “birthing persons” during an interview on CNN.

Talking with CNN about a new Texas abortion restriction law, AOC attempts to remove the word “mother” from the conversation.

Instead, she called on the need to “protect black mothers, to protect black babies, to protect black birthing people and to save lives.”

How many ways can one sentence be so wrong? First, abortion doesn’t protect anyone. It’s a health concern for a woman to endure and it’s certainly not protecting the unborn child.

Black birthing people? Can’t recall learning about that in biology. Maybe it’s in the updated woke edition used in education under the Biden administration’s policies.

It might be funny if she said it once, but AOC made the “birthing person” reference several times, showing she was intentional about it, regardless of whether term is accurate.

And that’s not all. She also referred to “someone like me as a woman or any menstruating person.” What? For someone lecturing conservatives about female biology, she sure shows a lack of understanding about which gender deals with menstruation.

It only takes three minutes, so if you need a good laugh or just want to see how ridiculous the left has become, watch it now for more.


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