Is Kamala a strong woman or not?!

Is Kamala a strong woman or not?!

One of the things that has always irritated me about Kamala Harris is her insistence on bragging about what a strong woman she is while simultaneously wilting like a fragile flower at the slightest criticism.

Truth is this is standard operating procedure for all Leftist Feminists.

In December 2017, I wrote a post titled “I am Woman, hear me ro …. NO FAIR!” which discusses this very thing:

[A]fter Kirsten Gillibrand slammed Donald Trump for decades-old accusations of sexual misconduct, President Trump hit back on Twitter.

And like every Democrat woman who talks tough, Kirsten scampered away and hid behind the skirts of her fellow Pussy-Hat-wearing fragile flowers.

The collective meltdown coming from the I-am-Woman-Hear-Me-Roar crowd was a sight to behold.

Sure, they strut around like the Cowardly Lion – snarling and snapping – until Trump smacks one of them on the nose, then they’re all breathless sobs and howls of pain.

But next to Hillary, Kirsten Gillibrand and Liz Warren, Kamala’s “I’m a Strong Woman how dare you call me names” routine is the most tiresome.

If Kamala was actually the strong woman she claims to be, maybe it’s time she proves it.

And, more to the point, perhaps the media that can’t shut the hell up about what a strong woman Kamala is while shielding and protecting her like a hot-house orchid and let Kamala demonstrate this alleged strength all on her own.

They won’t. Because she isn’t.

It’s hard to show American voters just what a strong woman you are when you constantly hide behind a sycophantic press – not to mention your pals in Hollywood.

Of course the Democrats, the media and Leftist celebrities are running the exact same playbook for Kamala that they did for Hillary in 2016.

They’re not exactly inventive or original.

Remember at the last debate between Trump and Hillary when, after an especially ugly attack from Hillary, Trump quietly said, “Such a nasty woman?”

Instantly the Democrats and their dutiful handmaids deployed a silly “Protect Hillary from mean names by declaring ourselves nasty too!” campaign (Remember the T-shirts?).

It drew attention to a very significant distinction between Hillary’s relationship with her supporters and Trump’s relationship with his.

When Hillary called Trump voters “Deplorable,” Donald Trump rallied to our side and had our backs.  HE defended US.

But when Trump called Hillary “nasty,” Hillary’s supporters rallied to her side and had her back.  THEY defended HER.

Don’t underestimate how significant that was because it’s happening all over again.

As I wrote at the time:

In a speech this summer Donald Trump pointed out that Hillary Clinton wants her supporters to declare “I’m with Her.” But he doesn’t want us to be with him. Instead, Donald Trump said that he is with us, the American people.

That’s not just semantics. It is a significant distinction between the two candidates.

Hillary’s entire campaign has been predicated on the notion that we must make history and elect the first woman President. We must rally behind Hillary. Hillary is what matters.

Not the United States of America or the American people.

Hillary.

“I’m with Her” by its design makes this election about Hillary Clinton not the country.

In contrast, Donald Trump has made this election about us. Putting America first. Getting Americans back to work. Keeping Americans safe.

Notice the hashtag Alyssa Milano included in her tweet. #WeHaveHerBack.

If Kamala Harris is this powerful, strong woman, why the hell do voters have to pledge to have her back?  Shouldn’t this strong woman be vowing to have our backs?

Is Kamala so fragile and dainty that American voters need to pledge to protect her from mean words?

Kamala Harris wants to be Vice President of the United States, for crying out loud.  If getting called “nasty” or “phony” can completely undo her, maybe she should find a less combative, rough-and-tumble profession.

Perhaps party planner or landscape design would be more suited to her delicate disposition.

As usual, Jesse Kelly put it best:

You can’t on the one hand claim that there is nothing a man can do that a woman politician can’t while on the other hand demanding that women politicians not be subjected to the same kind of verbal attacks every man in politics must endure.

Are you equal or not?

Are you just as strong or not?

“Strong women” who constantly cry over the slightest criticism or insult also tend to be the ones who constantly scream, “I will not be silent!” — as if someone is actually trying to silence them.

Kamala isn’t a Strong Woman.  She’s a political opportunist that exploits her sex and her skin color – both to advance her career and claim Victim status. Then again, for the Democrat Party, playing the Victim is the quickest way to advance your career.

Do you want to endure four years of this garbage?

I don’t even want to endure it for the next two and a half months.

For crying out loud, she’s only been Biden’s running mate for two days, and already this garbage has worn out its welcome.

I leave you with this great clip from Jesse Kelly’s show:

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8 thoughts on “Is Kamala a strong woman or not?!

  • August 14, 2020 at 12:00 pm
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    Can I hibernate until the glorious morning of November 4th? NO! I’m gonna watch Clint Eastwood and Leslie Nielsen movies and listen to Brahms and Bach and Verdi and read Yeats and Eliot and Schlichter!

  • August 14, 2020 at 2:03 pm
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    Being a nasty whiny useless lawyer or politician of either sex doesn’t qualify you as being strong. It usually shows that you are amoral or dishonest, willing to take advantage of others regardless of the cost to them.

    You want strong women? I’ll give you strong women: all of my grandmothers and great grandmothers.

    For example, there’s a book call Ninety-Four Years in Jack County (Texas). In this book my great grandmother is described as doing her laundry in a river with her four children tied to her waist and a Colt .44 strapped on to ward off the Indians. That, my friends, is a strong woman.

  • August 14, 2020 at 3:41 pm
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    She is a wind sock. Whichever way the wind blows, on any particular day, that is what she stands for, at that moment, and she will change her view in an instant.

    A lying sack of crap.

    They try to play her off as a moderate but her voting record is left of Crazy Bernie.

    • August 14, 2020 at 3:46 pm
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      Yes, she is pretty much Kirsten Gillibrand with more melanin.

  • August 15, 2020 at 12:31 am
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    “…the glorious morning of November 4th…” Fist-bump to Sir Tom.

    Note to Comma-la*: Don’t waste this advice. Yeah okay, I don’t really want to help you but you probably don’t realize that a very large percentage of some people have had it with the faux victimhood used as political leverage against — yep, some people.

    Maybe try being a strong, SILENT woman. You know, the strong silent type. Some men with or without melanin pull it off real well. Why not you?

    *Thought of the spelling, Dianny and then saw you had it in writing first

    ..

  • August 15, 2020 at 9:00 am
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    Criticizing the immaculate first wymyn preezy of the steezy?
    Wayciss! Sexist! Thoughtcrime!

  • August 15, 2020 at 4:05 pm
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    If Kamala was a strong woman she would not have had to sleep her way up the ladder, no, she is a weak person.

  • August 17, 2020 at 9:52 pm
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    She is a pig.

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