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June 13, 2019
The profound intellectual and moral vacuity of Kirsten Gillibrand
By James Soriano

On the hustings in Iowa in search of the Democratic Party presidential nomination, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) recently gave an interview with the Des Moines Register in which she held forth on the Progressive Left’s position on abortion.  Headlines in the blogosphere say that Gillibrand compared being pro-life with being racist.  While that kind of analogy can be found in what Gillibrand said, there was something else in what she was driving at that tells us much about the intellectual vacuity of the contemporary Left.

Gillibrand has taken the position that as president she would require a pro-abortion litmus test for her selections of federal judges.  When asked about this, she replied:

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Re: The profound intellectual and moral vacuity of Kirsten Gillibrand
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2019, 09:39:19 AM »
Yes, this one is remarkably shallow and vacuous. I can't stand to listen to her talk, half the time she sounds like she's doing her best Valley Girl.  And, she's a 50+ year old professional, wife and mother.
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