What could be a more touching tribute to mothers than a man dressed as a woman selling cookies and declaring that literally anyone can be honored on Mothers Day?
Nabisco’s Chips Ahoy! brand has done just that.
In a Sunday tweet, the company posted a video of the drag queen and reality TV contestant Jose Cancel dressed as his alter-ego Vanessa Vanjie Mateoz (Miss Vanjie). In his rant, Cancel explains how anyone who feels like it can be a mom. Anyone you consider to be like a mom is, in fact, a mom. And you should buy them some cookies.
“What’s a sweet gesture for you to do to your momma? Your real momma, your drag momma, whichever momma, somebody, whoever take care of you, whoever you feel or consider your momma, it’s their day today,” Cancel says.
— Chips Ahoy! (@ChipsAhoy) May 12, 2019
This is the natural conclusion of transgender ideology: anyone can be a mother. A biological impossibility, of course.
According to Nabisco, apparently, there is no difference between a woman who adopts or gives birth to children, raises them, nurtures them, clothes them, feeds them, and guides them through life and a man who dresses like a woman and calls himself a “drag momma.”
If it feels good to honor a drag queen as your “momma” then do it! Buy them the cookies and thank them for their selfless sacrifice.
Once more, the LGBT agenda is degrading real women and giving biological men honors and privileges they simply don’t deserve.
God made women to be exactly as they are with qualities, emotions, and skills different from men. Women were designed to complement to men, not compete with them. In 2019, we have men dressing up as women and demanding recognition as something they are not and can never truly be: mothers. Drag queens and transgender proponents are determined to blur the gender lines as much as possible.
The earthly competition between men and women has resulted in women being pushed aside for gender-confused men.
The whole purpose of the video was to sell cookies, which “Vanjie” attempted to do by giving an actual shout-out to his real mom, which is noteworthy. Nabisco mixed little sincerity into their exploitation of gender dysphoria in order to push some product.
Nothing says, “I love you, Mom” like a $4 package of processed cookies.
If you are tired of corporate America using their positions of influence and power to constantly shove this twisted ideology down our throats at every possible opportunity, it’s time to reconsider which brands we support. Can you live without Chips Ahoy! cookies? After their blatant degradation of mothers, I certainly can.
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