U.S. politicians are focused on Ukraine’s war and potential for nuclear war while Vice-President Kamala Harris focuses on transgender rights.
“Let’s send the Equality Act to President Biden’s desk,” Vice-President Harris said in a Twitter post. “We must increase protections for LGBTQ+ Americans across the country. The onslaught of state bills targeting transgender Americans and their families is wrong.”
American Jewish Committee spokeswoman Julie Lenarz tweeted a video of bombs falling in Ukraine. “A spokesman for the Zaporizhzhia Plant confirms that Russian troops are attacking Europe’s largest nuclear power plant,” Lenarz commented above the video.
“America: inflation is screwing us, our border is lawless, and there’s a ground war in Europe,” Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw said before contrasting sarcastically, “Kamala: we need to get men in women’s sports asap.”
Nile Gardiner seemed to wax nostalgic for the days when his former boss, Margaret Thatcher a.k.a. “The Iron Lady”, was Britain’s Prime Minister as he responded to the Harris tweet. “Meanwhile Ukraine is burning and Putin’s army is rampaging across Europe,” Gardiner said. “The Biden presidency is living in the Twilight Zone.”
Even beauty queens get it. The former Nevada representative in the 2014 Miss America pageant observed, “What a luxury that we can be focused on pronouns during a time like this.”
Vice-President Harris ends this week with a Twitter gaffe that serves as a bookend for a Monday gaffe.
“”Elections matter,” Harris said in a video clip posted to Twitter. “And, when folks vote, they order what they want — and in this case they got what they asked for.” Harris added she went off script a little bit.
The ever-vigilant Ted Cruz responded to the tweet. “The American people didn’t ask for any of this: Record Inflation, Record border crisis, Closed schools, A war on American energy, Afghanistan disaster, Russia invasion of Ukraine,” Cruz commented.
“Please tell me some talented impersonator dubbed audio over video of a funny thing she said,” responded Senator Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.).
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