Well, go home everyone. There’s no topping this one from USC’s Daily Trojan:
Pretty sure I just found the hottest Weinstein take. pic.twitter.com/mQSOKUjDeJ
— Jason (@CounterMoonbat) October 13, 2017
We need some oven mitts to handle this. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY OVEN MITTS???
It’s important to remember allegations against Weinstein have nothing to do with party politics, where allegations against President Donald Trump dominated and continue to dominate the national political dialogue because the way our president and elected representatives view women affects us all. But where Weinstein is concerned, revelations against the influential Hollywood producer speak to an issue that transcends politics — that is, whether or not we as a society trust and respect women. And as dismal as this may sound, the dark reality is that we continually fail to. There’s no shortage of people and historical traditions to blame for this, but the decades-long Republican war on women is one starting point.
For years, that social and political disenfranchisement has been propagated by the party that unapologetically handed Trump the presidency, where, at the very least, Democratic stars and politicians have come out in droves to unequivocally disavow Weinstein. For years, policies and rhetoric by Republican lawmakers related to American women have been united by a common theme — that women cannot be trusted.
Following core conservative ideology, women cannot be trusted to make basic bodily decisions; instead, the government must make these decisions for them and hamper their access to the resources requisite to their autonomy.
Oh. Em. Gee.
Giant Democrat Donor Harvey Weinstein is the GOP's fault.
I mean really. This is the cake taker. https://t.co/D4K1sCb6tg
— RBe (@RBPundit) October 13, 2017
This is so far beyond parody …
Really stops and makes you think.
— Fred and Doris (@TheZiffels) October 13, 2017
Wow. That’s some real wokeiness
— Pete of the Midwest (@CalExit_Pete) October 13, 2017