Hillary Clinton’s presidential nomination has been touted as history making, shattering the glass ceiling as the liberal media has repeated like a mantra.
But for former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, Clinton’s gender politics give women the wrong message. In an epic tweet, Brewer destroyed the Democratic presidential nominee’s premise that voters should choose her because she is a woman.
I never asked anyone to vote for me because I’m a woman. I wanted people to vote for me because I was the right person for the job.
— Jan Brewer (@GovBrewer) July 29, 2016
Social media users applauded Brewer’s empowerment of women based on brains and not chromosomes.
@GovBrewer you are a class act Gov Brewer! U shouldve been the first woman ever 2 be nominated for the POTUS! U would bring dignity/honesty!
— Jimmy Gilbert (@JimmyGilbertWL) July 29, 2016
— glenn udvarhelyi (@glennudvarhelyi) July 29, 2016
— @TrumpGirl2016 (@just4funpolitic) July 29, 2016
— J Reddings (@JamesReddings) July 29, 2016
— robert tompkins (@bob1970lee) July 29, 2016
@GovBrewer?That’s because you’re honorable. Race & sex are shallow attributes that says nothing about the value of an individual.
— KimberlyBloomJackson (@SnoopingAnthro) July 29, 2016
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