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Allie StuckeyThe Democrats seem determined to keep fueling the #WALKAWAY movement. I originally estimated it would take close to a decade at least for #WALKAWAY to have real impact but the Democrats may make it happen sooner since they refuse to tamp down their pomposity toward voters they think they OWN.

This time around it’s not African-American voters that Democrats are talking down to with a threatening undertone. This blog post is about the Democrats’ condescension and  hate-mongering toward female voters. Allie Stuckey was having none of it.

The link to the full article is below but first some excerpts:

“The irony is, of course, rich. Leftist feminists, long-asserting the strength and independence of women, now argue that some women are so weak that they need to depend on liberals to tell them how to vote. 

“Don’t worry, though. The Women’s March is here to help us out: “There’s a lot of work to do, white women. A lot of learning. A lot of growing. We want to do it with you.”

“Phew! For a second there I thought we were going to have to continue navigating these scary political waters on our own. I’m so relieved to know that, instead of thinking for ourselves, we’ll have obscure liberal Twitter activists and Linda Sarsour guiding us.”

women for trump 2“For as much as feminists say they hate the patriarchy, they do a darn good job of patronizing women with whom they disagree. They are demeaning, self-righteous and condescending. They deemed women who supported Kavanaugh “gender traitors.” They called Susan Collins and other senators who voted “yes” on the now-justice “rape apologists.” They claimed women who voted for Trump did so because of “internal misogyny.”

“… feminists fancy themselves rebellious disruptors, but it’s a fantasy. They’re mainstream, their platform is tired, their hypocrisy is predictable and their constant bullying of women on the other side of the aisle is nauseatingly unattractive.” Continue reading


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