‘Women are Earthen Vessels Made by God’ for One Purpose (Take a Guess What the Purpose Is)
To make babies!
Yes, Madison Cawthorn said that women are here because God created them as earthen vessels. The word “vessel” was a bit awkward so the site decided to look it up:
One: A ship or a large boat.
Well, it is true that every ship that has ever been made has been referred to as a woman, “Come on, girl!” You can hear it in the middle of a storm, “Maiden of the Seas…” You get it. But we don’t think that Cawthorn was referencing boats.
So we go to number two.
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Two: a hollow container, especially one used to hold liquid, such as a bowl or cask.
Oh, shit. And check out the synonyms: “Container,” “Receptacle,” “Repository,” “holder,” “carrier,” and “basin.”
The word receptacle is really troublesome because 90% of the women on earth spend 95% of their time on earth not pregnant, but men do expect women to…
This, is a mess, and Madison Cawthorn insists that God planned women as hollow repositories. Has Madison Cawthorn ever met a woman? Women are not hollow anythings, nor are they receptacles, (Wow, is that word ever bothering us).
And yet, Cawthorn insists that this is exactly why God put women on this earth, to be “earthen vessels,” as opposed to boats, which are water vessels. (We are aware it’s not funny, but we would really like to ask Cawthorn if he agrees):
Women are “earthen vessels” of God, made to carry babies, according to Madison Cawthorn, earthen vessel of bullshit. pic.twitter.com/5Rg2VNKDtz
— Middle Age Riot (@middleageriot) December 3, 2021
So women serve no other purpose than to carry babies? And yet most of the time they are not pregnant! So what else are they put on this earth to receive, Madison?
We think we know. “Receptacle.”
A silent genocide has slipped beneath the conscience of America.
Eternal souls, woven into earthen vessels, sanctified by Almighty God, and endowed with the miracle of life are denied their birth by a nation born of freedom. pic.twitter.com/XhVhkFoirX
— Rep. Madison Cawthorn (@RepCawthorn) December 1, 2021
Twitter had some thoughts as well:
Now I want to see his godly plan for all those unwanted babies
— Vera – Build Back Better – Together (@prayerfeathers) December 3, 2021
If I wanted to hear a sermon I’d attend church. Why am I hearing a sermon from the US Senate floor.
— 🇺🇸🇺🇸BIDEN/HARRIS 🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@DHall20665248) December 4, 2021
Once again, what has “God” got to do with the law.
The founding fathers were fairly clear in determining the separation of state and church.
— Prez ByeDon (@AndrewP11828073) December 4, 2021
We have got to get religion OUT of government.
ALL areas of government.
People can have all the religion they want in their homes, churches, temples, mosques, missions retreats, shelters, etc.
But NOT in government decisions.
— RuleofLaw🇺🇸 (@ExInfantryGrunt) December 4, 2021
God also gave @RepCawthorn legs to walk but shit happens.
— jessileigh (@jessileigh18) December 3, 2021
Holy crap what a disturbing statement. Guess I shouldn’t have an opinion on it though, given I’m just an earthen baby vessel.
— Tempest (no teapot) (@tbiz85) December 3, 2021
I am Madison Cawthorn.
— FEweDonTwoChins (@FEweDonTwoChins) December 3, 2021
Even Cawthorn’s wiki shades him.
NC-11 deserves better. pic.twitter.com/72xjF4KpQH
— Chris smith (@smittyclay) December 4, 2021
Says the poorly educated, D average, first semester drop out from a mediocre, 88.1% acceptance rate Christian college whose stated mission is to “to prepare Christian men and women who will lead our nation and shape our culture with timeless biblical values…”
— Warren Topelius (@WTopelius) December 3, 2021