Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand tweeted this on Saturday, so maybe she’s figured it out for herself since then:
I still don’t understand how lawmakers in this country continue to think that it’s their job to tell women what to do with their health care.
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) May 19, 2018
Crazy, isn’t it? Lawmakers continue to this day to think it’s their job to tell women what to do with their healthcare. (Men too, obviously.)
You. Are. A. Moron.
YOU, through your support of the ACA, did exactly that. YOU.
JHC, the stupid never stops. https://t.co/UvzhLs1TRL
— BayAreaFrau (@bayareahausfrau) May 22, 2018
Voted for Obamacare. https://t.co/xbIpbluzc9
— jay jones (@thegingerblues) May 21, 2018
This is really rich, coming from a woman who supports Obamacare, which literally took away health care choices for tens of millions of men AND women. https://t.co/MQ9onXGlSC
— Jonathan Smith (@Archimusik) May 20, 2018
Most of your party believes in universal health care. https://t.co/MjooXTM7JV
— Alyssa E. Hackbarth (@AlyssaEinDC) May 21, 2018
Wait, wait, wait- you push for single-payer and tweet this nonsense out? Do you think *we're* that stupid, or are you that dense?
Signed, a future MD. https://t.co/H9vQoGST9Q
— tmi3rd (@tmi3rd) May 21, 2018
Then stop asking said lawmakers to pay for your said healthcare. https://t.co/tuDhdPhm6E
— craig beckstrom (@craigbeckstrom) May 21, 2018
*Hands healthcare over to the government*
"OMG how did healthcare get in the hands of the government" https://t.co/f7PgqzLDxo
— Robert Kroese (@robkroese) May 20, 2018
Tweet from the same people who want the government to be the arbiters of all healthcare https://t.co/jJ39k84xbQ
— Chris Hynes (@realchrishynes) May 21, 2018
You literally put government in charge of health care https://t.co/ccMORT02Vh
— DWadeBsFan (@DWadeBsFan) May 21, 2018
I still don’t understand how lawmakers in this country thought that it was their job to tell me I had to buy a certain type of health care. https://t.co/hrxh9SIGJP
— Derek Ryan (@longhornderek) May 21, 2018
Didn't seem to be that big a concern when they rammed Obamacare down our throats.
Can't give gov't power & them complain when they use it. https://t.co/8ihT60648B
— Robb Allen (the official Robb of 2018) (@ItsRobbAllen) May 21, 2018
We tried to warn you – healthcare is not a function of government https://t.co/otLrIfQEPr
— LoLMets (@LOLMets) May 21, 2018
I look forward to seeing Senator Gillibrand joining Republicans in future Obamacare repeal efforts. https://t.co/hprbpKxt0H
— Skyler (@LibertyStache) May 21, 2018
Disingenuous AF. https://t.co/9tMSeHTtOY
— Blame Big Government (@BlameBigGovt) May 20, 2018
I couldn't afford health insurance after the ACA was passed and I was without employment.
Go straight to hell. https://t.co/0XyYmPT9BQ
— lauren ??♀️ (@LilMissRightie) May 21, 2018
I still dont understand how you are a lawmaker. https://t.co/zW212cx74h
— Bob Alexander (@wolfbeer88) May 21, 2018
The cognitive dissonance is strong with this one, but yeah, we know to whom she was pandering, and we’re still not buying it.
I still don't understand how women in this country think it's their right to tell lawmakers and citizens that we must pay for their abortions under the guise of being healthcare.#YourAbortionIsNotMyProblem https://t.co/gl2irzTZDB
— ?KallieTinSC? (@KallieTinSC) May 19, 2018
'Who even BELIEVES this sh*t?' Kirsten Gillibrand STUNS with possibly the 'dumbest thing anyone's EVER said' https://t.co/KBg2qfjJab
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 15, 2018