Maybe Marianna Sotomayor missed it, but there were three women who ran for president in 2016. Granted, she probably only cared about ONE of them but c’mon … this is bad, especially for someone who says they cover politics professionally in their bio.
For the first time in history there is more than one female politician running for president. Sen. Klobuchar became the fifth woman to announce today. https://t.co/n0tThJk2wS
— Marianna Sotomayor (@MariannaNBCNews) February 11, 2019
Guess these folks only care when it’s a bunch of women running as Democrats?
Sara Gonzales nailed it.
For the first time in history…you know, since the last time in 2016. https://t.co/J4yiJRY1lh
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) February 11, 2019
NBC though. Need we say more?
Have you heard of Google
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) February 11, 2019
HIllary Clinton, Jill Stein, Carly Fiorina.
My math isn't what it used to be, but I'm pretty sure that 3 is more than 1.
— Politically Agnostic (@joeleyare) February 11, 2019
3 women ran for President in 2016… Carly Fiorina, Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton
— Beth Wellington (@beth_wellington) February 11, 2019
That would be more than one, yup.
— Glen Mar (@GlenMar1976) February 11, 2019
I see a big future for you at NBC.
— Tom Adams (@AutomotiveFocus) February 11, 2019
— Brand al'Thor (@HammerheadA2) February 11, 2019
— Currently between fraudulent suspensions (@jtLOL) February 11, 2019
You mean, "More than one I would even consider voting for or covering positively."
— Dan Phillips (@BibChr) February 11, 2019
Sign me up for dat ratio tho. pic.twitter.com/926FN4Xn2T
— Phil Will (@PhilWillSays) February 11, 2019
2012: Michele Bachmann, Jill Stein.
— John Althouse Cohen (@jaltcoh) February 11, 2019
Whoa, we forgot about 2012.
And NONE are good choices
— moose_tography (@moose_tography) February 11, 2019
You mean in the history of 2019, right?
— Ammon Crossette (@AmmonCrossette) February 11, 2019
— Dan Stringer, Hands On Problem Solver (@Danstringer74) February 11, 2019
Awwww media, don’t ever change.