The New York Times Maureen Dowd wrote an op-ed column in which she called out America’s evil male patriarchy by claiming It has been 36 years since a man and a woman ran together on a Democratic Party ticket.
Unfortunately, Dowd and the New York Times was forced to delete their tweet when those damn facts reared its ugly head and obliterated her feelings.
Can you spot where Maureen Dowd’s liberal logic jumped the shark?
How oblivious to the facts have The New York Times and Maureen Dowd become?
of course, after getting slammed on social media for their ‘Feelings are just as factual as facts’ idiocy.
In Dowd’s op-ed titled No Wrist Corsages, Please. Which was subtitled: Has America grown since 1984, or will the knives still be out for Biden’s running mate?
Maureen Dowd and the New York Times quickly edited the story revising her op-ed deleting:
“It has been 36 years since a man and a woman ran together on a Democratic Party ticket.”
And using their best Clintonesque-like wordplay in order to save Maureen Dowd’s ‘America is an evil sexist misogynist nation’ accusation, the New York Times inserted:.
It has been 36 years since a man chose a woman to run as his vice-president on the Democratic ticket, not
Here’s the excerpt that Dowd was forced to change after her simpleminded Liberal-bias fake news faux pas:
The feminist fairy tale — which began with women crying and popping champagne on the convention floor in San Francisco in 1984 — had a sad ending. Cinderella with ashes in her mouth.
It’s hard to fathom, but it took another 36 years for a man to choose to put a woman on the Democratic ticket with him. To use Geraldine Ferraro’s favorite expression, “Gimme a break!”
While we understand how Maureen Dowd and the DNC talking points spewing New York Times really want to forget their infamous forest-dwelling 3-time ‘loser in chief.
The fact is no amount of revisionist history can make America forget Hillary Clinton.
In another excerpt Maureen Dowd proves her above-mentioned blunder wasn’t just a simple editing error, when she wrote:
I asked Francis O’Brien if he thought, three and a half decades after he watched the sandstorm of sexism around Ferraro, whether her successor would have an easier time.
“I think it’s the same, in many ways,” he said. “This is a white Anglo-Saxon country founded by white Anglo-Saxon men for white Anglo-Saxon men. Sexism is like race. It’ll pop out. It’s in our DNA. We’re one of the few Western countries where women have never made it to the top.”
Of course, Maureen Dowd could have just avoided making any changes by just claiming ‘Hillary Clinton is a man.’
Which Conservatives would have had to reluctantly accept, after all, Hillary was the one wearing the pants (suit) in her illicit affair with Huma Abedin.