Dear White Evangelical Trump Voters:
You went along with Trump’s groping, disgusting racism and pathological lies. Now, will you even defend attempted rape? Is clinging to fading white power in the name of overturning Roe v. Wade really worth the price of discrediting Jesus to your children– forever?
These days it seems as if Trumped Republicans are all either abusers of women or enablers of abusers. As long as Trump is president and willingly enabled by the GOP the Republicans are all deservedly seen as the party of molestation, abuse and now, even attempted rape.
When Clarence Thomas won his seat it was slap to the core of every American woman’s being. When Trump became president the Republicans gave us an admitted molester. If Kavanaugh is confirmed the GOP has just told all American women they mean nothing.
The joke’s on us. Clarence Thomas sits on the Supreme Court, and in the White House sits a thug who confessed on tape to how he was “automatically” attracted to pretty women and just starts to kiss/grope them when he sees them, and how “when you’re a star, they let you do it.”
Why would Dr. Blasey Ford “set up” Kavanaugh when the cost of doing so is to have her name dragged through the mud and be forced to flee her own home to avoid death threats by Trump’s NRA/white nationalist evangelical thugs? And by the way: A conservative lobbyist friend of Brett Kavanaugh’s searched for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford on LinkedIn BEFORE (!) she was outed as the person who accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault.
To a prosecutor, learning of a third-party eyewitness to an alleged sexual assault is a boon. Apparently, this additional evidence has had the opposite effect on the Republican Senate judiciary committee. They DO NOT want truth, but power.
Dr. Blasey Ford is dealing with demonic forces: a vicious partisan internet that drove her out of her house and being discredited by Trump who bragged on tape about his history of sexual assault. For a woman in 2018 to vote for any Republican is like a Jew voting for the Nazis in the 1930s.
White evangelical Trump supporters are now on the side of evil. Repent. Talk about “bad optics,” if abortion rights are taken away by an alleged rapist…
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I wonder when Trump’s sexual assault victims are going to get their day in court like Bill Cosby? Will that day ever come? Shame on everyone who voted for this self-confessed sexual predator. And as more Kavanaugh accusers lined up, the Republicans won’t even give the second accuser a hearing. No surprise there. I do hope folks from all backgrounds vote out these miscreants. Vote for the common good.
Roe v Wade has allowed the elimination of over a third of unborn Black Lives every year. It was brought to you by old white men who knew what effect it would have on black demographics. The nation is already discredited, Frank, and you know it.
@Jake. Sheesh! Roe v Wade made abortion legal for women of all races and classes (not just for the rich and well connected) and no one is forced by law to have an abortion if they don’t want one. Enough with these childish Black genocide conspiracies, silly people love so much. If one is really concern about the high rates of abortion among Black women than start with better access to health care and birth control for starters. Unborn (and born) black lives deserve more than just being a convenient talking point for the self-righteous and religious fanatics. Keep abortion safe and legal! And keep the separation between church and state. Vote for the common good.