Among declared candidates for the Democrats’ 2020 nomination who are trying to win over the base is Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and she’s been swinging so hard for the progressive fences that she’s at risk of dislocating a shoulder. Warren’s latest quest for lefty support is this warning about “Republican men”:
Republican men are on a march toward overturning #RoeVWade. And thanks to Trump stacking the courts with anti-choice judges, they’re closer than ever. Women are scared, women are angry—and we have a right to be. If you’re an ally of women, now’s the time to make that clear. pic.twitter.com/FtYWqrkYng
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) May 15, 2019
Nice try, senator, but no:
Women lead the pro-life movement. Your narrative is wrong. https://t.co/HtiWfj8Kts
— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) May 15, 2019
There were actually thousands of women marching for life in January, including myself, but keep pretending we don’t exist to advance your pro-abortion agenda, I guess. https://t.co/O5EXRFf7Ne
— Rose Laoutaris (@RoseLaoutaris) May 15, 2019
Warren missed it (intentionally) by THAT much.
— Chris #bossy McCoy (@ChrisYMcCoy) May 15, 2019
I’m a woman. I value life. Killing a child not only ends the life of that child without it having a choice..it damages the mother who murdered it.
— Cheryl VanOrt 👩💻🏃♀️🏠 (@FocusCheryl) May 15, 2019
Republican WOMEN also support stopping the murder of babies! https://t.co/TcVem5y77U
— Diana Summers (@ladydshops) May 15, 2019
Warren’s got a narrative to push, and she won’t let anything get in the way.
Who wrote the #AlabamaAbortionBan ? a WOMAN. Who has to sign it into law? a WOMAN governor.
you're purposefully stupid. https://t.co/eCwFRntO2n
— JustAnotherBot (@DBrassiere) May 15, 2019
A final bit of info was provided by the AP’s Meg Kinnard:
There are over 300,000 more female voters in South Carolina than there are men, yet South Carolina overwhelmingly elects candidates who oppose abortion. Regardless of how you stand on the issue, this "man vs. woman" messaging is not based in fact or reality. https://t.co/CmGzlsyJqb
— Meg Kinnard (@MegKinnardAP) May 15, 2019
That’s because people like Elizabeth Warren aren’t based in reality of fact either.