DeSantis spox Pushaw shares hilarious advice she gives friends in the dating scene to weed out duds

Christina Pushaw, spokesperson for popular Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, offered some hilarious dating advice to help friends weed out the duds.

The fun began when Pushaw shared a message from a liberal social media user who cited Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz as a good measuring stick to screen for “vile misogyny” — Lorenz being the “crybully” who whined about being doxxed online when that’s basically what she does for a living!

“The date: *blank stare*,” Pushaw wrote, in response to a tweet that reads: “some of my friends date men, and I always tell them to ask new dates how they feel about Taylor Lorenz as a good screening question for vile misogyny. It’s the new g’mergate.”

(Gamergate, originally coined by Firefly actor Adam Baldwin, was an online movement intended to preserve ethics in video game journalism that’s linked to misogyny within the gaming community.)

The original tweet can be seen here, in response to Lorenz being defended for scolding Vox co-founder Matt Yglesias for joking about his COVID-19 diagnosis coinciding with Father’s Day.

“Seriously… most people do not know who she is, outside of Twitter. But even if your date knows her name, what’s the logic here? ‘Your opinion of this specific woman shows me how you view all women’? Nah. She doesn’t represent me or most other women,” Pushaw added in a follow-up tweet.

Her tweets prompted some entertaining responses, with Pushaw responding that asking for the check may be the only correct response in such a scenario:

Here is a sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:


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