Kansas City ladies march against Prez Trump this weekend but there will be two distinct groups that couldn't unify their efforts.
The Pitch offered some hard to decipher reporting on the disagreement with even more typos than a typical TKC post. But the sitch is pretty simple to understand:
The white lady march is on The Plaza.
Meanwhile, the LGBT and minority march for women is on the East side . . .
Behind the scenes and via social media, the debate has been divisive and personal.
Allegations over inclusion targeting "Becky & Karen" are met with cutting passive aggressive tones, understanding and endless listening sessions . . . There seems to have been a battle roayle over who will play the political victim most effectively this weekend.
And this local tumult is indicative of the latest ruckus involving progressives and more gender culture war politicking.
Kansas City progressives now confront gender issues and a war of the sexes as Bernie Bros are tagged as sexist for not letting Women for Warren on top.
Sadly, despite all of this debate over equality it's unclear if either candidate can beat Prez Trump.
Check the links:
He Said, She Said
Elizabeth Warren on Monday acknowledged reports that Bernie Sanders told her in a private chat that a woman would not win in a presidential general election. Warren released a statement about their December 2018 conversation after CNN reported earlier Monday that Sanders warned her a woman would not win the presidency.
Bernie Bros Strike Back
"I like Elizabeth Warren. [optional]" the script begins. "In fact, she's my second choice. But here's my concern about her." It then pivots to the criticisms of Warren. The Sanders campaign did not challenge the authenticity of the script, but it declined to comment. The Warren campaign also declined to comment.
No Friends In Politics
At Tuesday night's Democratic debate in Des Moines, all eyes will be on Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) as their once seemingly warm relationship has quickly turned icy.
You decide . . .