In a startlingly sexist statement, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) called out the men in the Dem debate in Iowa tonight, virtually terming them political losers:
“Can a woman beat Donald Trump? Look at the men on this stage. Collectively, they have lost ten elections. The only people on this stage who have won every single election that they’ve been in are the women. Amy and me.”
Elizabeth Warren points out that the male candidates onstage have collectively lost 10 elections while the women — her and Amy Klobuchar — are undefeated. She also adds that she’s the only candidate to defeat a Republican incumbent in 30 years. #DemDebate pic.twitter.com/Z4m7aUeCnW
— Adam Best (@adamcbest) January 15, 2020
Can you imagine the turmoil and condemnation that would have ensued if a male candidate had called out either woman on stage on the basis of gender?
The hue and cry would have been deafening.
It is incredible how silent we know her constituents and even Democrat voters who don’t support her will be over this.
But their silence is a subtle scream of hypocrisy.
Warren camp wants us to believe that Sanders told her — a campaign rival — something that is not only sexist but that would harm him/help her if disclosed. Also want us to ignore that alleged comment wasn't disclosed until Sanders started surging. Insulting on so many levels.
— Aaron Maté (@aaronjmate) January 14, 2020
But Warren knows she has carte blanche to trash about half the U.S. population because the effeminate Democratic party hates men and classic masculinity almost as much as it hates the United States of America.
The hypocrisy of this “toxic masculinity” argument is amazing and goes to further showcase how out of touch Dems are with men and their families.
Once again, the party of inclusivity and gender equality shows their true colors.