Someone really needs to take Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s ‘woman card’ away because she’s used it so much she has surely reached her credit limit by now, right? WE GET IT, Kirsten, you’re a woman and you only care about woman stuff.
Unless she’s in a gay bar and then she magically cares about the gay community.
Or unless she’s eating in a restaurant and is so worried about pandering correctly that she doesn’t know how to eat fried chicken.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand speaks at IA Democratic Party's 2019 Hall of Fame Celebration: "'Not very polite.' That's what I was told I was by a Fox News host at the town hall I did in Iowa last week because I spoke out about the nationwide assault on women's reproductive freedoms." pic.twitter.com/HfVAyuaAW8
— The Hill (@thehill) June 10, 2019
This chick is just a mess.
A hot mess at that.
Dana Loesch punched her ticket.
And? Being female isn’t a magical shield that auto-repels rational criticism. It was easier to take her more seriously when she wasn’t genuflecting to this identify politics nonsense. https://t.co/D3spfeC2mN
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) June 11, 2019
Kirsten doesn’t really know who she is or what she should run on so she’s running the most basic and boring platform imaginable. A DNC cookie cutter if you will.
I’m just tryna get some Ranch.
— Lizzy Lou Who? (@_wintergirl93) June 11, 2019
— Jesse Kasten (@ShenanigansMom) June 11, 2019
We’re starting to wonder.
She has zero chance to do anything. My neighbor's cat is more savvy than her. pic.twitter.com/SXQbBnOT8a
— Chef Moose (@moose_chef) June 11, 2019
Kirsten "speaks" … but doesn't know what she's saying ✔️
— @d0u6 (@DougDueck) June 11, 2019
Democrats talk a lot, they just don’t seem to say much.
— ?? Eric V (@E_Rock_V) June 11, 2019
The less than one percenters.
— Lew Cabos@broadswordcallingdannyboy (@CabosLew) June 11, 2019
Now who is she again?
— Bobby Clemmons (@clemmons1948) June 11, 2019
And while we know he’s kidding (man, we hope he is), this is indeed Kirsten’s biggest challenge. Maybe she should spend more time talking about policy and less time pandering to demographics.