One of the ways that liberals “move the goalpost” in order to advance their agendas is to begin referring to something as though it is an established fact.
One of those concepts was evident yesterday during the confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, when Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, admonished Barrett for using the words “sexual preference”:
After that, Hirono said that the LGBTQ community had a right to be “concerned” after Barrett promised not to discriminate on “sexual preference.”
Sexual preference is an offensive and outdated term, it is used by anti-LGBTQ activists to suggest that sexual orientation is a choice — it is not,” Hirono said. Ref.
Q: When did we get the science report that homosexuality and transgenderism is a matter of DNA?
The answer: We didn’t.
Q: When were the results of the unbiased scientific study refuting the concept of sexual preference published?
The answer: They weren’t. They don’t exist.
The same thing has been done about evolution. Those who support it figured out that if they would stop referring to it as a theory and refer to it as a fact, the American people are just lazy enough to accept their perspectives without questioning them.
This type of manipulation of the facts is social bullying. It’s the same thing that is happening with Black Lives Matter. Like a litmus test, or a biblical “shibboleth,” we are pressed to agree with the liberal herd or be punished for it.