Who could forget when Justin Trudeau cut off a young woman to correct her use of gendered language at a town hall in Edmonton. Trudeau mansplained to her that “We like to say ‘peoplekind,’ not necessarily mankind, because it’s more inclusive.”
In the days that followed, the entire free world mocked our socks spokesmodel PM for his use of a made-up word to avoid the crime of feminist wrong-speak and the Liberals tried to walk it back by claiming it was all just a poorly delivered joke.
But peoplekind weren’t buying it, and now a Liberal MP from Vaughan-Woodbridge, Francesco Sorbaro, has confirmed what we knew all along about the Liberal war on toxically-masculine words.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Sorbaro recounts a tale related to his work in a fish cannery and apologizes for inadvertently using the gendered “fisherman” before correcting himself.
Apparently, the Liberals like to say fisherfolk not necessarily fishermen, because it's more inclusive.
Do they think a woman who defies gender norms by captaining a fishing boat would demand special language down on the wharf? Rather, I think these businesswomen are more concerned with the weather, what a carbon tax would add to the cost of marine fuel, and what progressive cities flushing human sewage into Canada's waterways is doing to fish stocks!
It’s like the Liberals have never met a woman who isn’t a major in feminist interpretive basket-weaving studies.
All this politically correct newspeak needs to be tossed to the curb for the garbage-folk to pick up.