We all know the regressive left love identity politics. At the HuffPost their leftism has poisoned their brain so much that they believe any form of criticism against a women is automatically sexism, at least the Executive Women's Editor at HuffPost Emma Gray believes to think so.
Though two men from the most conservative wing of the Republican party dealt the death blow to the GOP Senate health care bill on Monday night, it was three Republican women who effectively halted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s next attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
In the days since, these GOP women ― Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), and Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) ― have received both an outpouring of support and an ugly backlash online.
Unsurprisingly ― and depressingly ― much of the aforementioned backlash seems wrapped up in the gender of the three senators.
Collins, Murkowski and Capito have not only been labelled traitors to the Republican party and RINO’s (Republicans in Name Only), like some of their male colleagues who openly opposed the original Senate health care bill.
They have also been referred to as “witches,” “feminazis” and “bitches” who have a “crazy look,” and are an example of why “women shouldn’t serve in government.”
They are traitors to the republican party. Not because they are ‘’female’’ but because they stopped the vote.
This bill was not perfect but it definitely was a small step in the right direction regarding healthcare. And yes, they ARE RINOS. They might as well change their party affiliation and become democrat.
And who are she citing when Emma is talking about ‘’sexist backlash’’? of course, internet trolls:
This is a good tweet! I fully agree with this user. Like I said, they are traitors. They simply do not believe in self reliant, conservative, small government philosophy.
They have no business being a republican. And the feminazi part is probably true as well.
Nothing really sexist here Emma, come on! You are not being reasonable. Mean comments are not ''sexist'' comments.
it’s just mean. People can be mean towards each other regardless of gender. If you can’t handle criticism you shouldn’t be in government or writing articles online.
Oh, Look! after hours of searching on twitter Emma finally found one sexist comment! and that’s her whole argument for her ''sexist backlash'' thing.
It all comes down to this single tweet? One sexist tweet! And are you even aware that Diane is citing the bible? written in ancient times?
there is a reason Diana says what she says. What happened to good old debate in America? anyway, She continued:
As Quartz pointed out, none of the three senators being targeted are up for reelection in 2018. It’s also worth noting that just 17 percent of Americans backed the Senate GOP health care bill, and that the Affordable Care Act’s popularity has consistently been on the rise since the 2016 election.
May I point out and remind you Emma Gray, that Obamacare was very unpopular at the time and your Marxist party pushed it down our throats without any republican input whatsoever?
anyway, Not only that. Republicans have been running for office promesing the repeal of Obamacare for years and your Marxist democrat party lost all branches of government and more than a thousand seats and majority of legislatures and your joke of a party only has a little more than a hand full of governorships.
The point is. Republicans still have a MAJOR mandate to do with healthcare whatever they want. You have no moral high ground. And your sexism argument is nonsense Emma.
One sexist tweet is not a massive ‘’sexist backlash’’ you are just another regressive leftist that loves to whine. You are being intellectual dishonest. But keep up your cringe worthy commentary!
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