GArbage human Congresswoman Rashid Tlaib (D-Hezbolla) put forth a resolution about political violence against women in politics.
This is the text of her support from her website.
Tlaib Leads Re-introduction of Resolution Calling for Government Action to Mitigate Violence Against Women in Politics During Women’s History Month
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (MI-12), along with Congresswomen Cori Bush (MO-01), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY-14), Ilhan Omar (MN-05), Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), and Lois Frankel (FL-22), Chair of the Democratic Women’s Caucus, introduced a House resolution recognizing that violence against women in politics is a global phenomenon and that more research should be conducted to examine its extent and effects in the United States. As we celebrate Women’s History Month, many of the women we are uplifting and honoring have been subjected to threats of violence and intimidation. The resolution calls on the U.S. government to adopt policies that promote women’s political participation and help mitigate violence against women in politics in the United States and abroad.
“I’m proud to join Representative Tlaib in introducing this resolution to acknowledge what so many of us know all too well: violence against women is a systemic problem that also uniquely harms women in politics, especially women of color,” said Congresswoman Cori Bush. “Since coming to Congress, I have received countless death threats, endured endless microaggressions and frequent veiled attacks — even by my own colleagues. All of those have only strengthened my resolve. I am more committed than ever to ensure that women — Black women in particular — are not only empowered to join civic life, but are also protected when they do make the courageous decision to actively participate in political life.”
“Women in politics are all too familiar with the constant barrage of hate and vitriol we receive. And this is an unfortunate truth for women globally, at all levels of government. But even in the face of constant misogyny and racism, we hope to create a more welcoming and safe space for women in politics,” said Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez. “I’m proud to join Congresswoman Tlaib in introducing this resolution to protect women in politics and encourage their participation.”
“Women are subject to fear, intimidation, threats and, in some cases, violence, to deter them from participating in politics,” said Congresswoman Omar. “It is true here in the United States and around the world, and this phenomenon is especially acute for women from marginalized communities. The United States should be leading a global effort to increase women’s participation in political life, and hold opponents of women’s political rights accountable. I am proud to join my colleague Rep. Rashida Tlaib in doing just that.”
“As women in politics—and women of color—we are all too familiar with the vitriol and constant threats of violence that come with claiming our rightful place in the world and a seat at the table of our democracy,” said Congresswoman Pressley. “But the relentless and misogynistic attempts to intimidate, debase and silence us because of our gender only strengthen our resolve in pursuit of equality and justice. We must never accept this violence as simply the cost of women’s participation in civic and political life and must continue to raise awareness and root out these sexist attacks wherever they take place. I am proud to join Representative Tlaib in introducing this resolution, which recognizes violence against women in politics as the global crises that it is and affirms the rights of women everywhere to serve our communities in halls of power.”
These are literally the worst people in politics, advocating for the most extreme and racist, quasi-communist policies imaginable.
Of course they are going to catch shit for it.
They speak of black windb mayors.
Look at what Lightfoot did to Chicago, Bass to LA, Jones to St Louis, Janey to Boston.
I’m not saying it’s because they are black woman but because they are ridiculous Woke Leftists and that ridiculous Woke Leftist destroy cities.
But now with this resolution, you can’t call them out because they are black woman and that is violence.
They want to hide behind their skirts while lobbing grenades.
2 thoughts on “Hiding behind their skirts”
🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮🤢 blah blah blah Im special blah blah blah..
Didn’t the soldiers in Blackhawk Down, have to shoot the women that the ragheads used as shields? Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. Somtimes it can be fun.
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