NARAL Issues Super Sexist Tweet on Roe v Wade. They Get Schooled.
Sometimes I type out a tweet thinking it's genius. Only to highlight that MoFo and delete it. Not everything under 280 characters is gold. NARAL should've aborted this one.
We'll be DAMNED if we're going to let five MEN—including some frat boy named Brett—strip us of our hard-won bodily… https://t.co/bMut85Lsk6— NARAL (@NARAL) 1531267443.0
This tweet may have flown under the triggered radar in 2014. But we're more advanced now. Our sensitivity meters flutter at the mere suggestion of gender. Plus, and maybe you've heard of this thing called "Google," people can run their very own fact checks sans banana dealers like CNN.
Behold, Twitter doing what Twitter does best: trolling.
But you had no problem with seven white men creating a right to abortion under the "penumbra" of the unenumerated p… https://t.co/wYHvBFRBhk— Amy Swearer (@Amy Swearer) 1531341773.0
@NARAL 7 men fought for it originally, you are the sexists— Aaron Covert (@Aaron Covert) 1531320324.0
Here are those seven men:
@NARAL Here ya go, a history lesson. You know, in case you forgot. Roe v. Wade Was Decided By A Republican-Nomina… https://t.co/NUq8YYDpfp— The Wako Kid (@The Wako Kid) 1531323169.0
So it was fine for 7 men to decide Roe v. Wade, but won't be okay for 5 men to overturn it? In this hypothetical scenario which hasn't even been presented?
@NARAL Yeah, NARAL's never been one for the prep school/academic crowd. They support the common folk, like the Clin… https://t.co/aLX2YFQsUb— ConservativeNotCrazy (@ConservativeNotCrazy) 1531326662.0
A point that needed to be made.
Let's also acknowledge that NARAL assumed the genders of the five SCOTUS judges they don't like. Which should be a red card. Issued by the gender fluid, LGBTQAAIP community immediately.
Have you noticed the left is in a panic over Roe, but don't seem all that concerned with other cases being overturned? It's almost like the left is admitting Roe v. Wade is bad law. If it was solid, built on a sturdy foundation, they'd care not what judge was appointed. And yet...