Our apologies for bringing it up again, but it really seems to be the theme of the day that white women are a problem — if they voted like black women Tuesday, there might have been more of a blue wave. This “White women gonna white” tweet’s been going around all day:
White women gonna white.
— Elie Mystal (@ElieNYC) November 7, 2018
Plenty of white women like Jill Filipovic are telling other white women that they are indeed a problem that needs to be solved. And then there’s the Women’s March, which had this somber take:
There needs to be accountability and an honest reckoning. There’s a lot of work to do, white women. A lot of learning. A lot of growing.
We want to do it with you.
Stay tuned. https://t.co/nN0cFqqmy5
— Women's March (@womensmarch) November 7, 2018
We hate to break it to you, Women’s March, but your leadership is so toxic from its association with anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan that not even Alyssa Milano will touch you now.
Of course, former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards was right there with another white woman’s guide to what’s wrong with white women:
As a white woman, I'm reflecting on the role we played. In a lot of places, white women failed to support progressive candidates. We have important work to do to be in solidarity with women of color & help others see that racism, sexism, & bigotry are intertwined & hurt us all.
— Cecile Richards (@CecileRichards) November 7, 2018
Patricia Heaton is a white woman, and she gave the Women’s March an opportunity to learn something: why not all white women vote for progressive candidates.
I know this is hard for you to grasp, but women of all kinds who are pro-science and anti-violence don’t believe that ending the life of your developing son or daughter in your womb is liberating or progressive. It’s tyrannical and barbaric. https://t.co/mJt69Gp5g7
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) November 8, 2018
Truth! Not all women are welcomed in this march!
— Marguerite (@EvilyPurple12) November 8, 2018
Pro-life women literally were not welcome at the first Women’s March.
Happiest time of me and my husbands life was when a beautiful selfless woman blessed us with our daughter. #adoption
— Jacque Mangum (@mangum_jacque) November 8, 2018
Thank you for being a champion for pro-life women.
— Sheryl Johansen (@SherylJohansen) November 8, 2018
Beautifully said. ?
— Missing Bunny Jack? (@FlawedLove) November 8, 2018
Aside from their shunning of pro-life women and cozy embrace of Louis Farrakhan, what’s not to love about the Women’s March?
Now Jill Filipovic is pondering what to do about the problem of white women who vote Republican https://t.co/5Lc85fFq48
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 7, 2018