It appears that the Democratic Party is working in tandem with the Merriam-Webster publishing company. Or, at the very least, Merriam-Webster is dedicated to helping the Democratic Party in its goal of slandering the character of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Although the term “sexual preference” had previously been widely uttered by Democrats and pro-LGBT activists, it all of a sudden appeared to take on a whole new meaning after Barrett used the phrase in the context of gay marriage.
Democratic Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono announced this strange change in definition Tuesday during Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate, making it seem as though “sexual preference” has always been a term used by “anti-LGBTQ activists.”
“Let me make clear, ‘sexual preference’ is an offensive and outdated term,” Hirono said.
Let me make clear – sexual preference is an offensive and outdated term.
To suggest sexual orientation is a