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Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro blasted Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo., Monday for his “idiotic” closing of the 117th Congress’ opening prayer in which he altered the traditional ending of “amen” to “Amen and a-woman.”
“The prayer with which Congress opened is, I believe, the stupidest thing that I have heard in all my life,” “The Ben Shapiro Show” host said on his podcast Monday morning.
The article goes on to state the following:
Shapiro noted that the term “has literally nothing to do with gender,” and derives from a Hebrew word that communicates affirmation or solidarity, and in the context of prayer, translates to “may it be so.”
“‘Amen’ is a Biblical Hebrew word: אמן. It is a word simply meaning ‘may it be so.’ It has nothing to do with the word ‘man’ or ‘woman’ because it is FROM HEBREW,” Shapiro posted to Twitter. “This is some of the dumbest s*** I have ever seen in my life.”
“Amen” is a Biblical Hebrew word: אמן. It is a word simply meaning “may it be so.” It has nothing to do with the word “man” or “woman” because it is FROM HEBREW. This is some of the dumbest s*** I have ever seen in my life. https://t.co/O4JhcHwywv
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 4, 2021
“It turns out that people on the left don’t actually believe that men and women are real concepts,” Shapiro said on his morning podcast.
“They’re malleable men and women,” he continued. “So what they really should say just to be tolerant is ‘amen, a-woman, and a gender is a social construct that is unconnected to biological sex but also a biological imperative’ and then bow their heads.”
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