Democrats are making it clear that if you’re a woman who doesn’t toe the ideological party line, they don’t consider you a woman at all. Democrats in 2020: “All women are equal, but some women are more equal than others.”
Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, and Kamala Harris have all dropped out of the presidential race, leaving a field that with one exception, is male. That exception, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, has clashed with the Democratic party enforcers on issues like tech censorship and bipartisan compromise.
While she remains stridently anti-Trump, and a woman of the left, Gabbard has shown just enough independence to warrant savage reprisals from the party, as well as many of its more well-known members, like Hillary Clinton and the entire American media outside of Fox News.
That’s why failed candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris feel comfortable erasing Tulsi’s very existence.
The Washington Times reports Kamala Harris as saying:
“There are no women currently in this race. We can have a longer discussion about it, but the reality is there is still a lot of work to be done to make it very clear that women are exceptionally qualified and capable of being the commander in chief of the United States of America,” Ms. Harris told reporters.
Ms. Warren was asked by a reporter what she makes of the Democratic nomination coming down to two white men and the message that sends to young women.
“All those little girls are going to have to wait four more years — that’s going to be hard,” she said.
The Gabbard campaign declined to comment on being overlooked by her former rivals.
Conservative women like Sarah Sanders, Kelleyanne Conway and Nikki Haley have known this for years.
Liberal enforcers claim that the Democratic party is pro-woman. But they save their most vicious and dehumanizing invective for women that don’t toe the party line. Just ask Sarah Palin. Or Candace Owens. Or Laura Ingraham. And the list goes on.
When will the Democrats stop erasing women that disagree with them?