Crises go unresolved, but for Team Biden, virtue signaling is top priority as it WOKIFIES Washington’s lexicon | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Crises go unresolved, but for Team Biden, virtue signaling is top priority as it WOKIFIES Washington’s lexicon

History is written by the victors, as Winston Churchill said, and President Joe Biden's administration is busy not only fictionalizing the past, but also changing the language of government to revise reality in real time.

Other priorities – such as providing promised economic relief from the Covid-19 pandemic or otherwise doing anything that actually helps anyone on Main Street – haven't gone so well, but fear not: The White House website finally has the decency to inquire about your preferred pronouns on its contact form.

This and other groundbreaking advances in the way the federal government communicates were hailed Wednesday in a New York Times article praising Biden for quickly replacing that obviously mean and harmful “Trump lexicon” that was holding us back for so long. For instance, references to “tribal” people now must be capitalized, as “Tribal” people. Words and phrases that former President Donald Trump failed to promote, such as “climate” change and anything to do with the LGBTQ agenda, are “popping up everywhere.”

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