Emily Tisch Sussman thinks that supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders over Sen. Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic presidential nomination just might be “showing your sexism.”
“Basically at this point, if you are still supporting Sanders as opposed to Warren it’s kind of showing your sexism. Because she has more detailed plans and her plans have evolved. I thought it was an interesting point and I think there may be something to it.”
MSNBC contributor and Swing Left adviser Emily Tisch Sussman said supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) over Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) for the Democratic presidential nomination might be “showing your sexism.”
“Basically at this point if you are still supporting Sanders as opposed to Warren it’s kind of showing your sexism,” Sussman said. “Because she has more detailed plans and her plans have evolved. I thought it was an interesting point and I think there may be something to it.”
Melvin asked Sussman if Sanders had “peaked” in Iowa after a new poll showed Warren overtaking former vice president Joe Biden to lead the pack of Democratic candidates.
“It does feel that way,” Sussman responded. “It feels like Warren is pulling together a coalition of people, particularly women, and also people of color, who liked Hillary Clinton.” More
It’s surely not an IQ contest
— George Briden (@gebr71) September 23, 2019
Words have no permanent definitions, to liberals. So you can say a chair is sexist and count upon at least half of them nodding in agreement. Even if they have no idea why.
Why can’t Emily rate the candidates based
on whose policies will hurt America the most?
Is placing sex above bankrupting the country
the best way to go?
— Harold Truman (@Maggiesdad34) September 23, 2019
I don’t believe there is a way to vote for one Democrat candidate while not offending all the others. It seems to me that the only solution here is to treat all Democrats “equally” by voting for President Donald Trump.
— Iris Jimenez🇺🇸 (@freidablancha12) September 23, 2019
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