Life comes at you fast.
Especially on Twitter.
Katie Hill’s tweet from 2017 pointing out several men who have been accused of sexually harassing, assaulting women (and some who have been proven predators) as a way to claim we need more women in positions of leadership has not aged well.
Like, at all.
Take a look.
Here's an idea. How about we put more women in positions of leadership?
— Katie Hill (@KatieHill4CA) November 20, 2017
Almost two years ago … and yikes.
The only position you'll be known for is sitting naked on a hotel couch combing a staffer's hair. Gross.
— Allen (@AllenPneuma19) October 24, 2019
This did not age well. ?
— Lisa H Turnage (@LisaTurnage12) October 24, 2019
I will file this under "tweets that did NOT age well"…
— TheThinker (@TheRewster) October 24, 2019
Lol you forgot Bill Clinton
— Just Pete Again. Never Forget! ?️ (@petemsgt1787) October 24, 2019
— BG (@B_radical70) October 24, 2019
How about those women not be creepers abusing authority? Too much to ask of Dems?
— Terry O' (@IrishTea1) October 24, 2019
— AnotherTListener (@listener_t) October 24, 2019
Is there a fairy tale reboot coming soon "The Congresswoman's New Clothes"? pic.twitter.com/zAWn4g2cko
— mike holton (@xarmynsdq) October 24, 2019
— Michael ?(Myers)? Lasseter (@AtlMSL) October 24, 2019
— Max Wagner (@MaxJWagner) October 24, 2019
— Scott Kane (@gcems645) October 24, 2019
HA! So YOU can have a shot at abusing power in a sexual manner too?
This is exactly why I don't trust women who whine about too many men in power. They just want power so they can wield it against others. It's resentfulness and jealousy driven; not all having to do with fairness.
— AimerCab (@Aimercab) October 24, 2019
Not only does life come at you fast but Twitter never forgets.