The real tragedy here is that none of us should be laughing about the tweet. We should all be hanging our heads in shame that we have such a disgraceful occupant of the White House.
WATCH: President Trump mocks Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Trump's Supreme Court pick Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, during rally in Mississippi. https://t.co/pZfWN8IFMV pic.twitter.com/81YEs8oXr5
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 3, 2018
If you are a woman just think about what he has just done. He has disrespected every woman everywhere including his own wife and daughters. I wonder how he would react if one of his daughters were to be sexually assaulted. Then again maybe it wouldn’t bother him. Who knows.
Avenatti’s response is spot on, and it’s not a political response, it’s a humanistic response.
Regardless of your politics, you should be outraged by the POTUS standing before a crowd and mocking a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted. @realDonaldTrump sought applause and laughter at her expense. Call him what he is – a misogynist pig with no respect for women.
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) October 3, 2018
Every person on the senate committee should be saying the same thing as Michael. It’s a disgrace that they are not.
If Kavanaugh is voted onto the Supreme Court another women’s march is in order.
We should do it in October, and it should have a singular focus – the November election.
Women can talk and write ourselves to death, but the most impactful action we can take to ensure mysoginistic sex creeps (like Trump and Kavanaugh) don’t rise to positions of power, and to ensure gender-fair policies and smart laws are passed is voting these brave female candidates into government.
Our citizenry is made up of more women than men (over 51% women). The gender make-up of congress should reflect that!