The nerve of this BROAD.
If you are an American woman and not fighting for the rights of women here in the United States, then your calls for human rights for women abroad ring hollow. You are a hypocrite with an agenda.
— Linda Sarsour (@lsarsour) July 10, 2018
Linda Sarsour is the LAST woman who should claim others are hypocrites with an agenda. Seriously, someone please hand her a mirror, STAT.
Her tweet is offensive on so many levels. First and foremost being that she believes she is the keeper of women’s rights in this country, and sorry but we call BS on that all day. If she really knew what women’s rights were she’d understand that they are the same as men’s rights.
We know, we know, she wants to play the ‘OMG THE GOP WILL END ABORTION’ card … and while we wish that was the case, we don’t see Kavanaugh actually doing that anytime soon. Now, we could be wrong and the SCOTUS may overturn Roe, which really only means it goes back to the states to decide but Linda is a hypocrite with an agenda who doesn’t really care about reality.
And speaking of reality:
A woman is in jail in Iran for dancing https://t.co/p6BlXcQjPg
— Mujahed (@kebejay) July 12, 2018
But KAVANAUGH! FREE BIRTH CONTROL!
Linda doesn't care about anything but her vision and movement. If she did, she would speak on behalf of the women who are more oppressed than any other women in the world.
— Justen Charters (@JustenCharters) July 12, 2018
But women have to pay for tampons here and that’s just horrible.
— Ms. Velvet, Citizen Handmaid (@TMIWITW) July 12, 2018
The struggle is REAL.
What rights do I not have that everyone else in America have. I have Freedom of speech, religion, education, association, I make the same as a man in the same field I work in, I can even defend myself. So please inform us ignorant women what rights we are missing.
— Tam16601 (@Tam16601) July 11, 2018
What she said.
The only "rights" you're missing are made-up "rights" that actually violate others' rights.
— The Monster | ??? ???????? (@SumErgoMonstro) July 11, 2018
Something like that.
As an American woman, I have freedom of religion, to vote, to get an education, get a job, marry the opposite sex if I choose to, and be successful. Women abroad can be arrested for dancing and others have barely begun to drive legally. Nice try, though!
— Jessicaa (@IAmAlsoSec0nd) July 11, 2018
Ohio too! ? pic.twitter.com/QQSy8rGQAe
— Fiona McCool (@fiona_mccool) July 12, 2018