Leftists float craziest theory yet about “sexism” — and it’s not Hillary’s loss!

In today’s unhinged political climate, virtually anything you can think of is racist or sexist. From math and science to the American flag and the NFL, nothing can escape the social justice crowd’s wrath.

Instead of debate the merits of policy, the left has reduced political discourse to immediate accusations of bigotry.

Eventually, there will be nothing left for Americans to enjoy without being made to feel guilty about it. However, when PETA tried to brand one of America’s favorite foods sexist, Twitter users finally started to fight back.

From the Blaze:

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, otherwise known as PETA, sparked intense online scrutiny after it claimed recently that eating cheese is “sexist” because the milk used to make the dairy product comes from female cows.

The animal-rights organization, known for promoting a vegan lifestyle and bashing people who don’t abide by one, wrote in a blog post that cheese is the “most sexist thing you can eat” because it’s the “product of imprisonment, rape, reproductive control, kidnapping, and abuse.”

To justify the sexist label, PETA wrote a dramatic blog post:

“Contrary to popular belief, female cows produce milk only when they’re pregnant or nursing. They make milk for the same reason that human women do: to feed their babies. Cows who are imprisoned on dairy farms are forcibly impregnated through artificial insemination again and again on rape racks,” the blog post stated.

“Rape racks. All for your milk, cheese, and yogurt,” it emphasized.

The responses on Twitter were brutal:

Of course, Americans love their cheese. As such, they don’t take kindly to being lectured on the morals of eating it by an organization that routinely slaughters 90% of the animals that come through its doors.

Reducing discourse to identity politics is a growing tactic for the left. However, when it comes to cheese, Americans refuse to be divided.

PETA learned that lesson the hard way.

[Note: This post was written by Michael Lee. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee]

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