Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will almost certainly be a candidate for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination. Here’s the “future” she wants:
Our future is:
Powered by our belief in one another.
And we’re just getting started.
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) December 5, 2018
So here’s a question… if the future is “female,” then are you truly advocating we believe “in one another?” Because it sounds to me like you believe in women over men.
How about respecting and believing in people regardless of their gender or race? How about judging people on their talents and the content of their character?
No? Is that not “feminist” enough?
I almost forgot we’re supposed to be “smashing the patriarchy” here.
How does the last part work when you clearly don’t believe in a large part of America as evidenced by the first two parts? https://t.co/aaaEUyWu3A
— Nathan Wurtzel (slight return) (@NathanWurtzel) December 5, 2018
Man, she is *really* playing for the woke-SJW lane in the 2020 Dem primary. Hard for me to see how this pans out for her–she’d be at best the economic progressives’ 3rd choice behind Bernie/Warren, and will struggle to outdo nonwhite candidates’ appeal to non-white voters. https://t.co/Qf95z8glrS
— Dan Rosenheck (@DanRosenheck) December 5, 2018
Someone’s desperate for that 2020 nomination. Polls not looking too good, huh?
— Marlboro Gold 🥃🚬 (@thelastneymar) December 5, 2018
Whatever. I’m honestly not too worried about her.
Keep playing the “feminist” card, sweetheart. It’s really not working for you.
Okay but… pic.twitter.com/1g22bErlvx
— Carter Dosmann (@CDosmann) December 5, 2018