So, it turns out we weren’t the only ones who saw this coming. As Twitchy reported, on Election Day, white man and Hillary superfan Peter Daou was imploring everyone to vote like a black woman (whatever that was supposed to mean). We didn’t need more of those white women who were voting Republican to please their husbands — just another excuse Hillary Clinton gave for her 2016 loss.

And now that the blue wave didn’t exactly come crashing down, the “vagina shaming” of conservative women has begun. Rolling Stone’s Jamil Smith blamed white women for voting “as if patriarchy would protect them,” and Marisa Kabas declared that “white women uphold white supremacy through their vote.”

So we have to hand it to Washington Examiner commentary writer Tiana Lowe who called it Tuesday:

Lowe wrote Tuesday:

Leading up to today, two narratives have emerged from the Left. First is the statistically probable one — namely that the blue wave is significantly contingent on suburban white women swinging left, in tandem with voter turnout. On the other side of the coin is the excuse: If Democrats lose, it’s because fragile, complicit white women couldn’t leave the kitchen long enough to vote against their husbands.

This isn’t a straw man. It’s their actual argument. Tamika Mallory, Women’s March organizer and Louis Farrakhan BFF, calls the demographic trend of white women voting for Republicans their “Becky situation.”

Best yet, Jen Kirkman warned white women, “Vote like your husbands aren’t watching.” Because naturally, all white women still live in a kitchen in Victorian England. Or modern-day Iran.

So of course what we got from the Left was vilification. White women, it’s your fault that rock star politician Beto O’Rourke lost.

Wasn’t it?

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These charts certainly are making the rounds among leftists Wednesday: