Evidently, House Dems enjoy being the minority https://t.co/h5uPt1LbDd
— Evan Siegfried (@evansiegfried) November 14, 2016
Some Dems in Congress, led by Debbie Wasserman Schultz, have a plan to get their party out of the minority:
Inbox: House Democrats Are Wearing Safety Pins to Show Solidarity With Vulnerable Groups and Minorities. pic.twitter.com/2wma5jnWAF
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 14, 2016
Update: Here’s one example:
Wearing two pins today. As a member of Congress and as an American, I stand up for the rights of the vulnerable. pic.twitter.com/3Xfh9cwIso
— Rep. Diana DeGette (@RepDianaDeGette) November 14, 2016
THAT ought to do it! Or maybe not.
So all 5 of them? https://t.co/MFqJYn9doe
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 14, 2016
@kylegriffin1 holy crap. This can't be real. But it is.
— Miss Wharton (@misswharton2) November 14, 2016
Better hope their diapers don't fall down without that pin. https://t.co/NwxNJlo2rg
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) November 14, 2016
Something has to hold their diapers on. https://t.co/ka69pPs0D0
— ArguingWithDonkeys (@donkeyarguing) November 14, 2016
I guess they're incapable of learning some lessons. https://t.co/yfGWKq77vw
— Bohemio (@El__Bohemio) November 14, 2016
Wearing safety pins originated with people opposed to Great Britain leaving the EU and have spread to the U.S. as a show of Trump opposition. Good luck with that approach having a big effect on the 2018 midterms, Dems!