Kamala Harris: ‘My Pronouns Are ‘She/Her’ and I’m a Woman Sitting at the Table Wearing a Blue Suit’

During a roundtable meeting with disability advocates Tuesday afternoon, Kamala Harris felt the need to announce her name, sex, gender identity and what she was wearing, before launching into rambling and redundant remarks regarding how Americans with disabilities will be uniquely “impacted” by the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

‘I am Kamala Harris, my pronouns are she and her, I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit,’ Harris said as she kicked off a meeting marking the 32nd anniversary of the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The White House guests all introduced themselves in kind, by announcing their pronouns and what they were wearing—reportedly to benefit those in the audience who were visually impaired.

Attendees included Maria Town of the American Association of People with Disabilities; Lydia Brown of the Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network; Robin Wilson- Beattie, founder of the Disability Sexual and Reproductive Health Educator; Dior Vargas of the Disability Rights and Mental Health Advocate; and Sam Crane, legal director at Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities.

Republicans didn’t waste time in mocking Harris’ inanities on social media.

“Okay…but what is a woman?” Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Col.) tweeted in response to a clip of the comments, referencing new Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s claim during her confirmation hearings that she could not define “woman” because she is not a biologist.

In a subsequent tweet, Boebert wrote: “Kamala Harris just introduced herself with she/her pronouns at an official event. She then clarified that she was a “woman” sitting at the table wearing a blue suit. This is what happens when your speechwriter quits and you hang around with Geriatric Joe too long.”

The Colorado congresswoman later added: “When you use pronouns to introduce yourself, I’m assuming everything you have to say after is as idiotic as your introduction.”

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) shared her own parody intro: I am Marjorie Taylor Greene. I am a woman. I am a mother. And I am sick of this [sh-t],” she tweeted.

Anti-woke activist Christopher Rufo has a more serious take. “It’s stunning to watch the language of gender ideology capture institution after institution, all the way to the Vice Presidency of the United States,” he tweeted. “This isn’t about pronouns; it’s about signaling and then setting the expectation for ideological submission.”

Harris went on dish out one of her signature word salads regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, heartily stressing her contention that Americans with disabilities “will be impacted in the way that they are impacted” … “in terms of the direct impact.”

“The act of the United States Supreme Court to take away a Constitutional right that had been recognized by the people of America will impact a lot of people and differently in some situations and we need to be responsive to these issues and also lift up the voices of all people who will be impacted in the way that they will be impacted so that’s why we are convened today and I will add a couple of points in terms of the direct impact that we anticipate there will be from the Dodd decision,” Harris said, managing to repeat a form of the word “impact” four times in one run-on sentence.

 

About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: US Vice President Kamala Harris meets with Pennsylvania state legislators on July 16, 2022, to discuss the protection of reproductive rights, at the Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters in Philadelphia. (Photo by anexis morales / AFP) (Photo by ANEXIS MORALES/AFP via Getty Images)

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