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A top feminist and a reproductive rights activist have taken to Twitter in support of Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina.
Fiorina has recently climbed in the polls by forcefully taking up the pro-life cause.
So why are Robin Marty, a feminist writer for Cosmopolitan magazine, and Rachel Joy Larris, a reproductive rights activist, telling Twitter followers they love Carly?
Here’s why: They know that Fiorina would probably lose the election, as she did when she ran for the U.S. Senate in California, and that if elected she will probably cave to the left just like her ideological soulmate Jeb Bush.
Liars have always stuck together for power: Democrats lie about the price of health insurance; feminists lie about wanted equality; the GOP establishment is made up of “Republicans” who lie about caring about core Republican principles.
So if Carly Fiorina lied about being a conservative, she would surely receive support from feminists, Democrats, and the GOP establishment.
To those paying attention, Fiorina has been exposed as an establishment favorite. Her positions — pro-cap-and-trade, pro-leftist Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and pro-amnesty for illegal immigrants — leave her in the same place as Bush.
With the Republican establishment in panic mode over Donald Trump’s domination of the presidential polls, Fiorina appears to be the GOP choice to take him down.
A recent poll from Morning Consult shows that Fiorina’s rise is at the expense of Bush, as the two appear to have identical supporters.
Liberal activists like Marty and Larris have one thing in common with establishment politicians that is more significant than any particular position: lust for power.
What’s in it for Fiorina? Vice presidential candidate on a Bush ticket?
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