Just in time for the election, Libs of TikTok graciously reminded us of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s definition of a woman amid the start of the nation’s election week. Though the video is from last year, twitter users were in awe at Whitmers idiocy.
Here’s what she said:
Bipartisan tax cuts will help reduce the economic burden of the cost of menstrual products, especially for lower income Michiganders. Saving people with a period from paying taxes on up to $4,800 of spending over the course of their lifetime.
“People with a period”???
Why is there debate about whether “people with a period” are women or not? Men don’t get periods Gretchen! Just ask Rachel Levine!
Whitmer denied scientific fact to not insult “men” who still get periods because they are in fact, actual women.
As Twitter never fails to disappoint, numerous blue checks and notable accounts poked fun at Whitmer’s lunacy … as they should.
First off, the account that resurfaced the marvelous clip suggested someone ask Whitmer to answer “what is a woman?”
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Conservative podcaster and YouTuber Blaire White called Whitmer a “demon.”
Special Advisor for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) Steve Guest called out how Whitmer neglected to use the word “woman.”
Compact Magazine founder and editor, Sohrab Ahmari, and Conservative Commentator, Matthew Foldi, used Guest’s tweet to point out Whitmer’s blasphemous video.
Foldi also jabbed at the fact that Whitmer was using the very app that has ties to the Chinese Communist Party.
Whitmer is pro-wokeism and anti-American values. She previously announced an executive order to help women and abortion providers get away with illegal abortion procedures and prides herself on her pro-abort narrative. Thus, it wasn’t surprising that she advocated for lower taxes on menstrual products for not just women — ya know — the only gender that actually needs them!
LifeNews Note: Tierin-Rose Mandelburg writes for MRC-TV, where this column originally appeared.