Former Democrat Candidate for President and current Senator from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand, was mocked thoroughly today for this tweet she posted in support of Joe Biden's 2.3 Trillion Dollar "Infrastructure" bill:
Gillibrand is clearly trying to help push Democrat messaging with this tweet - with the message being "if progressives have ever wanted a thing, we can call the thing we've wanted "infrastructure" and get it passed under this bill".
Thankfully, Gillibrand was mocked and ridiculed for her vain, Orwellian, attempt at trying to convince the public that "caregiving" is infrastructure, when, in reality, the term "infrastructure" as it applies to infrastructure bills has always meant roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers and so on.
Here are some of the best burns Gillibrand received earlier today:
That's on point.
Yeah, that's what we said. . .
Nothing like a good 'yo mama" joke.
Pineapple on pizza is an abomination, actually.
Canada has been pretty uppity these days. . .
Given the problems that the definition of the word "infrastructure" presents, the natural question you should be asking yourself is: "what are the odds that dictionaries change the definition of the word "infrastructure" to suit progressive needs?"
I'd say. . . chances we see the definition change are about 50/50.