As Twitchy reported, there was plenty of outrage to go around when President Trump and a group of privileged, rich, old, doughy, straight white men gathered at the White House to celebrate the House’s passage of the American Health Care Act, which critics equated with the taking away of women’s health care.

Not surprisingly, the 13-member Senate working group charged with drafting its own replacement for Obamacare also came under fire from the organizers of the Women’s March and others for lacking even a single uterus. The Senate group, however, said it wasn’t interested in playing identity politics.

Always eager to cave just a little bit if it means appeasing critics not at all, the working group invited Sen. Shelley Moore Capito to participate in Tuesday’s meeting, though she couldn’t say if she was going to become a full-time member.

But look how much good will the GOP gained:

Not only is Sen. Capito white and Republican; she’s also from … West Virginia.

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