Women Never Had A Fair Shot To Get Ahead, According To Biden

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The only thing women and minorities can’t get ahead of is perv Biden’s hair smelling and uncomfortable groping.

The Democrats literally push for minorities to depend on the government… but they want to make sure they can fully participate? I feel like the mode of ‘participation’ is the term at play here.

A female literally ran for president. PRESIDENT. She lost because she’s an absolute nutcase, not because she’s a woman.

My point is – I have yet to come across a job that a woman was incapable of obtaining based strictly on the grounds of being female. The same goes for promotions, buying a home, purchasing a nice vehicle, earning decent credit, and we can vote. What more do these urchins want?!

Like, did we fight for these rights only to continue being victimized by them?

Furthermore, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 already makes it illegal to discriminate based on gender and national origin.

I genuinely feel like we have found the entire population of people who believe that blinker fluid is a real thing.

Breitbart reported:

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Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed women “never had a fair shot” in America while specifically identifying “women of color” as uniquely disadvantaged, making his allegation in a policy document released on Monday via Medium titled “The Biden Agenda for Women.”

Biden repeated his promise to include sex and race as a selection criteria for his running mate and Supreme Court nominations if elected president.

He wrote, “Biden has committed to selecting a woman to be his Vice President and an African American woman to be his first nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.”

The “Biden Agenda for Women” includes a focus on “transgender women.” White women are excluded from the manifesto’s specifically listed racial and ethnic groups: “Black women, Latina women, Native women, Asian American and Pacific Islander womenwomen with disabilities, and lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer women.”

I’m going to take a shot in the dark here, but I’m PRETTY sure that excluding white women is still racist and sexist.

I’m a white girl who grew up in poverty, my family and I were homeless together, and I still made it out fine. We aren’t all equally situated but we certainly have equal access to opportunities. My circumstances simply required that I fought harder due to the subconscious tolls.

… I must have missed the white privilege train.