The phrase ‚Äúbrothers and sisters‚ÄĚ is too exclusive, according to progressives gathered at the People‚Äôs Summit in Chicago.
OH at People's Summit: "When you say 'brothers and sisters,' it's excluding."
‚ÄĒ Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) June 11, 2017
And that‚Äôs where the Left has gone in 2017.
RIP your mentions
‚ÄĒ Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) June 11, 2017
America, 2017. https://t.co/2O0leSdiNI
‚ÄĒ Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) June 11, 2017
‚ÄĒ Taylor Royle (@taylorroyle) June 11, 2017
These people have lost thier minds
‚ÄĒ TaurusBone (@TaurusBone) June 11, 2017
<steeples fingers> Excellent. https://t.co/XoAukS9IkK
‚ÄĒ N. Bourbaki (@d08890) June 11, 2017
‚ÄĒ Diane Huntley (@6pounddog) June 11, 2017
Lunacy. Please don't let these "things" anywhere near power https://t.co/3TlfOJ8uJR
‚ÄĒ Kinx Bitz (@kinxbitz) June 11, 2017
Say hello to twenty more years of Trump and kin. https://t.co/4myyjaXUBJ
‚ÄĒ Tara K (@Cat__naps) June 11, 2017
Trump will rule for 8 years if this keeps up
‚ÄĒ (((Josh Cohen))) (@JACmememachine) June 11, 2017
This is the kind of thing that is not going to do the Democrats any favors at the ballot box. If they really wanted to ‚Äúresist‚ÄĚ Trump, they would adopt¬†a strategy that is not completely delusional.