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'RAPE APOLOGIST': MoveOn, Women's March and Linda Sarsour attack Sen. Susan Collins

The official account for the Women’s March is not happy with Sen. Susan Collins and is calling her a “rape apologist”:


Lest you think this was just some overzealous intern, here’s Sophie Ellman-Golan who does comms for the Women’s March:

MoveOn.org, which was founded to get voters to literally “move on” from attacking Bill Clinton over his treatment of women, is disappointed in Sen. Collins’ vote:

Did they forget about that?

And Women’s March founder Linda Sarsour thinks this is all just another example of white supremacy at work:


So, shouldn’t we want the presumption of innocence for everyone?

Tune in tomorrow for more antics:



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