Cory Booker was accused of “mansplaining” this week by the RNC. Due to his unhinged rant against female DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. In addition to flames coming from Booker’s flared nostrils, the rant also included jazz hands. Actually, come to think of it, Booker’s performance was more of an audition. For 2020 or a touring production of Wicked. We report, you decide.
Andrew’s less douchey brother Chris (see CNN’s Chris Cuomo: At Least Antifa’s Hearts are in the Right Place… and CNN Producer on Chris Cuomo: I Just Can’t Stand That Guy…) grilled RNC Chair Ronna McDaniels on Booker’s rant. Specifically, why was it “mansplaining”?
“Why did you call it that?” Cuomo asked McDaniel on New Day.
McDaniel argued the exchange “would have been covered differently” had it been a Republican senator lecturing Nielsen, before hitting Booker for “grandstanding” and “auditioning for 2020.”
“He was disrespectful and he did mansplain to her,” McDaniel said. “She deserved an opportunity to answer his rant.”
Cuomo asked why “in this age of recognizing women as equal,” Booker would “have to treat Nielsen differently.”
“He was disrespectful to her as the secretary of Homeland Security, and he was mansplaining to her,” McDaniel said.
“How was that mansplaining just because she’s a woman?” Cuomo shot back.
McDaniel made the wise decision to invoke “how [Sen.] Elizabeth Warren is treated compared to how Nielsen is treated…”
Basically, Chris Cuomo mansplained to a woman about mansplaining.
These are the rules the left wants to play by. And now the left is getting screwed by their own rules. Leftists are the ones who set the ground rules that whenever a male asks a female a question, it’s mansplaining. The tables, as they say, have been upended by a screaming man-child. As a woman calmly watched him do it. Here’s looking at you, Cory Bookface.
We can debate the merits of “mansplaining” for another time. Let’s all just revel in the messy bed the left made and is now having to sleep in. It’s full of flesh-eating bacteria.
The RNC is just finally playing on the same field. Where’s the peanut vendor?