There’s been a whole lot of spin concerning Samantha Bee’s vulgar comment about Ivanka Trump, and the Washington Post served up another:
Why the c-word is so taboo, and why some women want to reclaim it https://t.co/Ebcr8YaZSc
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 1, 2018
Oh, well that changes everything!
Wow. What a spin move. https://t.co/ANYqM5SpZ6
— RP (@RafaelPern) June 1, 2018
Somebody probably had to take some Dramamine after that dizzying spin.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) June 1, 2018
The stretches that are being made to excuse Bee’s comment about Ivanka Trump must be causing some pulled muscles.
No, wait. They actually went out and found women who think the c-word is empowering? This is peak Well, Akshually. https://t.co/mOQS1esebf
— Smatt (@mdrache) June 1, 2018
Words are violence unless a liberal says it. https://t.co/N0lqH249CY
— Solus (@wolverinebutter) June 1, 2018
normalizing indecency to own the patriarchy ?♀️ https://t.co/QB5Cfevu9p
— Kelsey Bateman (@kelsey_bateman) June 1, 2018
If this feminism, then that would explain why so many in America no longer support it. https://t.co/XvOdTY0POK
— Adam ? (@aburnett98) June 1, 2018
These women want to reclaim it, only to justify its usage against someone they hate. It's not "reclaiming it". It's "I want to be a jerk, and I want my behavior to be socially acceptable." https://t.co/0VyIP95Im5
— Erielle Davidson (@politicalelle) June 1, 2018
TBS at this time doesn’t seem to think that word deserves a selective comeback.