Skip to comments.'Kavanaugh Effect' Is Making Republicans More Popular Among Women: Lara Trump
Posted on 10/19/2018 3:02:53 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Lara Trump, daughter-in-law to Donald Trump by marriage to his youngest son, Eric Trump, has said recent furor surrounding Brett Kavanaughs confirmation as a Supreme Court justice is spurring women on to vote for Republican candidates in the upcoming midterm elections.
Speaking on Fox News @ Night on Wednesday, she said women will not be put off by the assault allegations against Kavanaugh or continuous criticism of the president's misogyny despite recent polls suggestions the GOP are losing support from women.
Kavanaugh faced a series of sexual misconduct allegations during the Supreme Court justice nomination process, including claims he sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford in 1982 and was present at parties where girls drinks were spiked so they could be gang raped. He denied all the accusations against him....
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-—she said women will not be put off by the assault allegations against Kavanaugh (WE ALREADY KNOW THEY AREN’T) or continuous criticism of the president’s (ALLEGED/CLAIMED) misogyny despite recent polls (WHICH ONES?)suggestions the GOP are losing support from women (WHICH WOMEN, AND WHERE, EXACTLY?).
The Newsweak Spin Cycle, everyone!
Women weren’t fooled..they know from individual personal experience how “catty” and dangerous a woman with an agenda can be....
“Women werent fooled.”
And women know that a lying catty woman with an agenda has the power to annihilate a man, his career, his family, and the family finances / stability. Sometimes there’s just one liberal’s lie standing between a happy home and bankruptcy.
Shhh, as long as they’ve forgotten about Barron, the less bad things they’ll say about him.
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