The Left is constantly telling us that a vote for Democrats is a vote for a women. Just like a vote for the GOP is a big high-five to racism.
And women are inherently pro-choice.
This is, of course, unendingly dumb.
Recently, someone told me a particular Republican congresswoman had to go because her policies were “against the interests of women.” According to whom? Democrats?
In truth, there are no “women’s interests” or “black issues.” There are right-wing and left-wing positions. And everything which exists in between. But not to the Left.
Nevertheless, Republican women won Tuesday. And not only that, but pro-life women.
Say it ain’t so!
Here’s a profile of some of those non-existent unattainables — conservative women who aren’t pro-choice. Watch carefully — you’re seeing unicorns; Big Foot is before you. It’s the three-minute mile. The perfect golf game.
In South Dakota, pro-life Rep. Kristi Noem made history by becoming the state’s first female governor (Where are all the networks, praising the feminist victory?). She KO’d Billie Sutton. She also beat up on the pro-choice agenda. As per her website:
I am, and always have been, pro-life. I believe every life, including the unborn, has dignity, and my voting record will always reflect that belief. I have consistently been supportive of banning abortion.
During my time in Congress, I have strongly opposed public funding for abortion, helping to introduce the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act, which passed the House in 2017. That bill would establish a permanent government-wide ban on taxpayer funded abortions, including prohibiting abortion subsidies in the President’s healthcare law. Additionally, I cosponsored legislation President Trump signed that empowers states to defund Planned Parenthood.
While I believe life begins at conception – and have backed legislation that would define life as such – I was glad to be part of passing the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortion after 20 weeks.
In Iowa, Kim Reynolds bested Democrat Fred Hubbell for the governorship. And for a breakthrough which allowed her to embrace those words HIllary Clinton was unable to employ in 2016 — Reynolds became Iowa’s first elected girl gov (a little cool lingo for you there). Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg laid it out, in his introduction of her victory speech:
“With the help of all of you tonight, Gov. Kim Reynolds proved that there is no more glass ceiling under that golden dome.”
Again: mainstream media? Feminism won… Hello? McFly???? Bueller? Bueller??
Moving over to Tennessee, for Senate, Rep. Marsha Blackburn skunked former Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen. As indicated by her campaign ad, the hardcore, card-carrying Tennessee conservative” is “100 percent pro-life.”
Marsha Marsha Marsha! That’s a whole lotta percent.
- I’m 100% in love with my 65-inch plasma TV.
- I’m 100% disappointed with Alyssa Milano. 🙁
- MSNBC is 100% goofy.
More from Marsha, to make the Left quake in its boots:
“I stand for hundreds of millions of of honest Americans who work hard and play by the rules. I stand for the greatest country the world has ever known. I stand when the president walks in the room, and yes, I stand when I hear The Star Spangled Banner.”
So there ya go, Left: a bit of a reminder that they do indeed exist. And for those of us who will be told differently for years to come, behold: a few of the women leading the politics of 2018. They’re conservative, pro-life, and the choice of their states’ voters.
And they’re very, very…what’s the right term? Oh yeah: RedState.
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