When asked about GOP senators being attacked and harassed in public, Senator Mazie Hirono showed her true colors once again …
On CNN, Sen. Hirono is asked about protesters harassing senators in restaurants and at home. Her answer: 'This is what happens.' And something about white supremacy… pic.twitter.com/fEpQa8OQ8h
— Byron York (@ByronYork) October 8, 2018
She’s basically saying the GOP has it coming because they’re white supremacists or something; heck, she might as well have said their skirts are too short.
Victim-blame much, Mazie?
Wow. Wonder if she would like that done to her and her family.
— kerry – user of straws (@K1erry) October 9, 2018
It would be all the GOP’s fault, duh.
And it would somehow still be white supremacy but she’d find a way to work in the patriarchy as well.
She would be the first person to scream patriarchy and assault if she were asked a question the wrong way.
— Klauss S. (@TheRealKlauss) October 8, 2018
But she believes survivors … or something.
That work here? Maybe not.
That’s what I keep thinking…I’m grateful to be on the side of civility, but the fact that it’s “safe” to be a Dem publicly or on SM and dangerous to be a Rep, or simply support the POTUS (as I have always done), is really starting to get to me.
— BhawkMom (@bhawk_mom) October 9, 2018
You don’t see a lot of Democrats being chased out of restaurants.
Well, unless they’ve ticked off their base and other Democrats are chasing them out, but still.
She is so out of touch, narrow minded with abhorrent ideas. I’m embarrassed to say she has a Japanese heritage like me..:(
— Mina Mochizuki (@lucymillermd) October 9, 2018
We’re pretty sure that’s a requirement to be a Democrat these days.
Didn’t sound like she denounced it either.
— Cheryl Duisberg (@CherylDuisberg) October 8, 2018
Because she didn’t.
Who keeps electing these people?!!
— Jeanne Ruter (@jruter) October 9, 2018