Eventually, you knew it would happen. White men would figure out that their wives weren’t going into the voting booths and always voting the way they expected. WHOOPS! In fact, conservative concern about split-households has been on the rise in the midwest, in radio talk shows that talk about it on air, and messages about unity in the home. Sometimes, though, you just have to wait for someone to say it out loud.
A friendly reminder pic.twitter.com/mPVfq8Tpbh
— Jesse Sumpter (@jesse_sumpter) October 28, 2020
The response? DELICIOUS.
Sisters, a friendly reminder for elections (which have secret ballots and which we've only been able to participate in since 1920): make sure you vote exactly as your conscience tells you. https://t.co/5L96w5gp90
— Sarah McCammon???? (@sarahmccammon) October 30, 2020
Blessed be the Fruit brother. https://t.co/a9uOu5gYAn
— Dr Philip Lee (@drphiliplee1) October 30, 2020
I thought this was a joke. And, oh, no, I am unmarried. I need a manly man to tell me who to vote for. Volunteers? https://t.co/dbQEmsmJtv
— JillCallison (@JillCallison) October 30, 2020
Truly blessed to have not been raised in whatever form of toxic masculinity this is… https://t.co/BwhdibL7Zg
— Ian David Monroe (@iandavidmonroe) October 30, 2020
I paid for this house. I'll vote for whoever I want. https://t.co/pxIIxDd88P
— Amy (@Amy1N) October 30, 2020
Just wondering if he realizes voter intimidation is a crime. Oh well.
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