Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elizabeth Warren lament the lack of ‘feminist analysis’ in ‘Game of Thrones’ finale.
“I feel like we were getting so close to having this ending with just women running the world and then the last two episodes it’s like, ‘Oh, they’re too emotional.”
Wait, what? They’re upset that the woman who would be queen turned out to be a murderous tyrant and was killed rather than allowing her to remain in power?
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) May 21, 2019
Twitter chimes in:
— Bushi the Pickle Salesman (@PCBushi) May 21, 2019
Except they are not talking about the presidency, they’re talking about a TV show based on a man’s novels set in a medieval fantasy world, which they’ve watched for 8 seasons, and they’re upset it didn’t cater to their desire for the show to end up with a world run by women.
— Wild Bill Wellman (@WildBillWellman) May 21, 2019
AOC supported Bernie Sanders 2016 and is busy campaigning for him now for 2020, yet appears here as if she is with @ewarren? 🤷🏻♀️
— Woman Voter (@WomanVote) May 21, 2019
Either that or you could take the fact it might not just be sexist. It ended with a female queen over the north and a female explorer going to colonise the west. Can we stop making things that aren’t sexist sexist for no reason
— James27 (@james270302) May 21, 2019
— DirtyWater 🇺🇸 (@DirtyWaterKluz) May 21, 2019
Now try watching a few documentaries about the Constitution and economics. The two could maybe learn something.
— Dave Engelman (@Krazy_Bhoy_Dave) May 21, 2019
What’s notable to me is that Elizabeth Warren uttered, “meh”. I suspect that was an artifact of good demographic research by her team. 😉
— Need To Know (@redirectloop) May 21, 2019
This is a medieval world and the final council included the future Queen of the North, the female ruler of the Iron Islands, Ser Brienne the ruler of Tarth, and Arya Kingslayer, soon to be master of an exploration fleet. Sounds amazingly #feminist already. #GoT
— Aliza Tweets (@alizatw) May 21, 2019
Figured you both were ‘Team Dany’ as she was full of herself, ‘women in charge,’ thinking she knew and could choose the good, denying others that option, and was quite willing to use the power of the State/Crown to enforce her will. Of course, Cersei was a calculating woman, too.
— GDX (Gregory Coffin) (@GDX1776) May 21, 2019