Democrat Senator Makes Sexist Statement to Amy Coney Barrett

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Senator Patrick Leahy made a jarringly sexist statement to Amy Coney Barrett when he opined that her confirmation to the Supreme Court would be harmful to women and minorities.

Senator Leahy must have not read Barrett’s bio. The working mother of school-aged children’s accomplishments speaks for themselves.

According to Fox News:

“They’re scared that the clock will be turned back to a time when women had no right to control their own bodies and when it was acceptable to discriminate against women in the workplace,” Leahy said.

The Democrat went on to claim that there is concern that Barrett would rule in ways that would undo several other forms of equal protection under the law.

“And they’re scared that your confirmation will result in the rolling back of voting rights, workers’ rights, and the rights of the LGBTQ community to equal treatment,” Leahy said. “These aren’t just thoughts. These are real-life, implications of decisions made by the court.”

Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, tweeted following Leahy’s remarks that there was a degree of irony in him making these remarks to denigrate a working mother.

The left continues to play identity politics while the right continues to prove a meritocracy is beneficial to all people.



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General Patton
General Patton
13 days ago

Leahy is a classless Marxist from Vermont, who is older than the State of Vermont! Time to retire old hack.

Phyllis
Phyllis
13 days ago
Reply to  General Patton

Perfect example of why we need term limits.

DONNA MARIE KELLEY
DONNA MARIE KELLEY
13 days ago

DEMOCRATS JUST CAN’T STAND THE FACT THAT AMY CONEY BARRETT IS BETTER THEN ALL OF THEM PUT TOGETHER.

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