Sandra Fluke’s campaign recently declared victory over Rush Limbaugh, and now the California state senate candidate wants voters to know that her fight against the radio talk show host demonstrated her leadership qualities:
My public fight with Rush Limbaugh doesn’t define me, but it does clearly show you the kind of leader that I am: http://t.co/N9AkxdhZ8V
— Sandra Fluke (@SandraFluke) May 30, 2014
“Leader”? How’s that exactly?
Many couldn’t figure it out:
You defined yourself when you went before Congress demanding that we pay for your contraception. @SandraFluke
— Edward (@US395) May 30, 2014
@SandraFluke "Pitiful" is the word you're looking for.
— ParsingAmerica (@NoChromeHD) May 30, 2014
@SandraFluke Yes, actually it DOES define you. It's the only reason anyone knows you. The only thing that gave you any measure of fame.
— Jimmy #NeverTrump (@jneutron1969) May 30, 2014
@SandraFluke Wanting Americans to pay for your your contraception is being a leader? Yep you're a democrat alright.
— Blanquito (@slza1) May 30, 2014
Are you for real @SandraFluke? It shows you can play the victim and get on talk shows. What leadership qualities does that prove you have?
— EEEe (@EEElverhoy) May 30, 2014
A leader bickers? MT “@SandraFluke: My fight with Limbaugh doesn’t define me, but it does clearly show you the kind of leader that I am”
— Ben Smith™ (@bmcsmith92) May 30, 2014
— George MF Washington (@GMFWashington) May 30, 2014
@SandraFluke I didn't know great leaders acted like victims.
— Sheepherder (@chrismcm66) May 30, 2014
Fluke has also helped lead a charge to #BanBossy, so that might be prominently featured on her “leadership” resume as well.