Victor Davis Hanson: Do Pregnant Transgenders Pour into Hospitals and Get a Medical Crisis for Getting the Wrong Pronoun?
HANSON: “Of. It’s the beginning of paradise. It’s giving an answer for a question that doesn’t exist or a solution for a problem that doesn’t exist. It’s like the smollett syndrome. These words are here for a reason. They are specific. It’s important that people realize while the founding fathers, their achievement was not because they were male. They transcended their sex. They created ideas that meant you would have women sufferage and civil rights. They didn’t have to do that. There is nothing in the Constitution that mentions race or gender. It’s important to see how they did. It’s important for us to not say that queen Victoria or queen Elizabeth was a woman and that’s what she was. But I think it enriches history to know they were women and transcended their situations. I don’t want to recreate language and make us all nothing. Collective blobs. Do we have a lot of transgender people pouring into hospital that are pregnant and saying I will have a medical crisis if you get the wrong pronouns. Pronounce enrich the language and establish reality. That’s what language is for.”