Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is a possible candidate for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination, and she’s setting the scene in perfect progressive fashion with tweets like this:
Our future is:
Powered by our belief in one another.
And we’re just getting started.
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) December 5, 2018
Does that mean she’s running? Sounds like it!
How does the last part work when you clearly don't believe in a large part of America as evidenced by the first two parts? https://t.co/aaaEUyWu3A
— Nathan Wurtzel (slight return) (@NathanWurtzel) December 5, 2018
Spouting woke platitudes means never having to explain yourself.
Could happen sooner if so many unborn girl babies weren't being aborted (you support that practice, btw). https://t.co/JldNmkKLT9
— Sister Toldjah 🤔 (@sistertoldjah) December 5, 2018
There are exceptions to Gillibrand’s rule, unfortunately.
Man, she is *really* playing for the woke-SJW lane in the 2020 Dem primary. Hard for me to see how this pans out for her–she'd be at best the economic progressives' 3rd choice behind Bernie/Warren, and will struggle to outdo nonwhite candidates' appeal to non-white voters. https://t.co/Qf95z8glrS
— Dan Rosenheck (@DanRosenheck) December 5, 2018
Time will tell! Pass the popcorn.
Someone's desperate for that 2020 nomination. Polls not looking too good, huh?
— Marlboro Gold 🥃🚬 (@thelastneymar) December 5, 2018
— Candice Cane (@CandiceLen) December 5, 2018
I LOVE that even on twitter dot com intersectionality is getting laughed out of the room at this point… keep it up.
— Paul Yield 🌹🍩🌹🍩🌹 (@paul_yield) December 5, 2018
Oh, we’re pretty sure she’ll keep at it.
Okay but… pic.twitter.com/1g22bErlvx
— Carter Dosmann (@CDosmann) December 5, 2018
Gillibrand’s playing of the “feminism” card just got awkward, didn’t it?