Miss USA, Kara McCullough, has done everything right. She is a proud, intelligent, beautiful young black woman with a huge amount of confidence, she should be a role model to many. But according to the Liberals, she should be ashamed of herself. Do you know why? It’s because she has a different opinion to them.
Not only did she not declare herself to be a “feminist”, she also gave her honest opinion that men and women are treated equally in the workplace, and worst of all in the hive-mind of the Left, she said that she thinks healthcare is not a right, but a privilege.
The fact that the organizers asked this inane question shows that they are just looking for someone who will make all the correct virtue signals, not someone who actually thinks for themselves. But lets’ look at the actual logic behind her answer:
- If healthcare is a right, then why do we have to pay for it.
- Even in countries like the UK, healthcare is provided for through taxation, so it is still someone paying for it.
- If there are countries that don’t “give away” healthcare, are they violating human rights? Shouldn’t they be punished? Almost every country in Africa does not provide Healthcare, maybe we should cut off trade with them until they fix their human right violations?
- We describe countries that do not have healthcare systems in place as “underprivileged”, so surely countries that do have it are privileged. What does that make healthcare? A right or a privilege?
- What if doctors decided to stop being doctors. Would we charge them with stopping people receiving their rights?
- How can it be a right if people voluntarily decide to be doctors and nurses? If no students learn these fields, should the government force them at gunpoint to train?
She was absolutely correct, and those that are releasing their anger against her on Social media are idiots who can’t think for themselves. Their is more than one opinion on every issue, and even if you think someone is wrong, it is still their opinion and you have no class if denigrate people for thinking freely.
Newly-crowned Miss USA Kara McCullough faced widespread backlash from liberal social media users after she called health care a “privilege” and not a right while answering questions onstage during Sunday night’s pageant.
McCullough, a scientist who works for the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and who competed as Miss District of Columbia, was asked if she believes health care should be a right or a privilege for American citizens.
“I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege,” the 25-year-old pageant winner said, adding that taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to subsidize someone else’s health care.
“As a government employee, I’m granted healthcare. And I see firsthand that for one, to have healthcare, you need to have jobs, so therefore we need to continue to cultivate this environment so that we’re given the opportunities to have healthcare as well as jobs for all Americans worldwide,” McCullough said.
— Miss USA (@MissUSA) May 15, 2017
The answer sent social media users into a frenzy, as many user chided McCullough for her answer.
— Kat ❤ (@dazella_may) May 15, 2017
— Charlsley✿ (@CharlsleyCarey) May 15, 2017
DC just disqualified herself with that answer #MissUSA
— Keeni Rodgers (@keeniz__) May 15, 2017
Some Twitter users, however, defended McCullough.
Black people hating on #MissUSA because of conservative positions need to stop acting like owned brainwashed slaves to the left.
— darnell (@cross_bearer89) May 15, 2017
CHILL FOLKS…Freaking out about Miss DC’s answer on healthcare? She’s just saying that you need to pay for it it’s not free #MissUSA
— Jackie Cunningham (@Cubsin2020) May 15, 2017
Way to go Miss DC You are correct! Healthcare is not a privilege – xoxo a nurse! #MissUSA
— 🌞TrumpsAmerica🌞🌊 (@irshroz) May 15, 2017
During the competition, McCullough was also asked if she considered herself a feminist, to which she said she prefers to “transpose” the word feminism to “equalism.”
“I don’t want to call myself a feminist. Women, we are just as equal as men, especially in the workplace,” McCullough said.
“I believe we’ve come a long way and there is more work to be done. I think domestically we are making progress and I do believe that we will become equal one day,” she added.
McCullough beat out first runner-up Miss New Jersey Chhavi Verg, a student at Rutgers University. McCullough will compete next in the Miss Universe contest.
“I’m extremely thankful for this opportunity,” she said after the event. ““I just want to encourage so many women nationwide to find their passion in any subject possible and understand that nothing is difficult if you really, truly put the work in for it.”