With midterm elections racing towards Democrats like a speeding bullet, many of the left’s top candidates are trying to entice women to buy campaign swag aimed directly at them. The problem? Those same Dems still won’t define what the word “woman” actually means.
Fox News Digital scrolled through the merchandise listed for sale on six Democrats’ websites and noted they featured mugs, bumper stickers, and t-shirts — all designed to show their commitment to women’s issues — but when the outlet asked them specifically to define what a “woman” is, not a single one responded.
Take, for example, Rep. Charlie Crist (D-Fla.), who is trying to unseat the wildly popular Governor Ron DeSantis.
At his web store, you can, for the bargain price of just six bucks, pick up two stickers that read “Women for Crist.”
“It has never, ever been more important to elect Governors that will protect a woman’s right to choose,” Crist tweeted earlier this month.
It has never, ever been more important to elect Governors that will protect a woman’s right to choose.
— Charlie Crist (@CharlieCrist) September 13, 2022
But when asked by Fox to explain what a woman is, the outlet reports that he was “unresponsive.”
Stacey Abrams, who made recent headlines for ludicrously claiming that fetal heartbeats are “a manufactured sound designed to convince people that men have the right to take control of a woman’s body,” proudly offers a shirt that states, “As a woman, I am enraged.”
But as a woman, Abrams, too, declined to tell Fox News Digital what a woman is.
According to Fox News, Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-N.Y.) is flogging “New York Women Lead” mugs and tote bags; Val Demings (D-Fla.) is hocking “Stop the War on Women” t-shirts; Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) is offering tote bags that read, “Women with Bennet”; and North Carolina’s Democratic candidate for Senate, Cheri Beasley’s online campaign store features a photo of herself holding a sign that reads “Women for Beasley.”
Not one of them would define for Fox News Digital the word “woman.”
The issue of defining the term took centerstage back in March when Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) attempted to get then-Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson to define the word.
“Can I provide a definition?” Jackson famously replied. “No. I can’t.”
“I’m not a biologist,” she replied.
Judge Jackson can’t even define what a woman is. pic.twitter.com/G6OKMYR3Iy
— Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) March 23, 2022
According to Sen. Josh Hawley, the delusional mental gymnastics Dems perform to avoid standing up for actual women is part of their “religion.”
“By the way, the same leftists who demand you say men can get pregnant are the very people who want to eliminate women’s sports – by forcing women to compete against biological men,” he tweeted in July. “It’s a religion.”
By the way, the same leftists who demand you say men can get pregnant are the very people who want to eliminate women’s sports – by forcing women to compete against biological men. It’s a religion pic.twitter.com/uUWFiK2Jdz
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) July 13, 2022
Online, despite the trendy swag, people aren’t sold on the message.
“THE DEMOCRAT RHETORIC IS BULLSH*T!” exclaimed one user on Twitter.
“Dems are such morons,” wrote another.
And a third person called the marketing ploys out for what they truly are: “More pandering.”
THE DEMOCRAT RHETORIC IS BULLSHIT! https://t.co/1KRgDdbUKs
— B. Lawliss ULTRA NUCLEAR MAGA (@blawliss1) September 29, 2022
Dems are such moronshttps://t.co/jjk3V3Mmmk
— Ned (@NedRyerson1776) September 29, 2022
— 🙂FRANK SINATRA (@FRANK_SINATRA7) September 29, 2022
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