A three-time losing Democrat in Florida who wants to share her frustration far and wide is suggesting that women “STOP have sex w/conservative men.”
Ladies: STOP having sex w/conservative men
Don’t let them anywhere near you. Give them the hand and keep it moving. Get a B.O.B. But make it a rule to run, not walk, from men who want to steal your agency over yourself & your life.
— Pam Keith (@PamKeithFL) May 10, 2019
Pam Keith says she is a former U.S. Navy JAG officer, an experienced litigator, and an expert on workplace law. With that legal background, you’d think she’d be a bit more succinct with her wording.
There seems to be a range of potential interpretations to her latest advice … and certainly, there is a variety of reactions within the Twitterverse …
*closes Twitter* https://t.co/yEKnX3Lyjr
— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) May 10, 2019
— Elizabeth Ellen (@ElizabethEllenG) May 10, 2019
Give them the hand. What does that mean.
— pinkcarlson (@pinkcarlson) May 11, 2019
And keep it moving?? Sounds like a handy to me. Thanks @PamKeithFL
— Richard Teets (@SDIMoneymaker) May 11, 2019
*closes twitter *go has sex with conservative husband
— mom mommy mom mom mommy (@DarcV4) May 10, 2019
You actually wrote this, read it over, and then hit “send tweet.”
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) May 10, 2019
Unfortunate language, given the overall message: “Give them the hand and keep it moving.” https://t.co/vOQO6Yd13i
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) May 10, 2019
“Give them the hand and keep it moving” kinda sounds like she’s telling women to give conservative dudes a handjob… https://t.co/yfCLZ2n8pj
— Elisha (@ElishaKrauss) May 10, 2019
Being given the hand really aint that bad tbh
— …((…..))… (@LernerMark) May 10, 2019
The fact that Keith has been stymied no fewer than three times thus far in her attempts to represent Floridians gives one hope that the system is not yet completely broken.
She made her first failed attempt at running for office in 2016 when she ran for the U.S. Senate. That effort did not go very far as she lost in the primary to Democrat candidate Patrick Murphy … who then lost to sitting U.S. Senator and Republican Marco Rubio.
Picking herself up, Keith jumped into the 18th District congressional race in 2018. She didn’t win that primary either, being easily defeated by Democrat Lauren Baer … who also lost to a Republican, Rep. Brian Mast.
Strike three for Keith came when she filed a lawsuit to try and force the state of Florida to allow her to run for the 17th District, as well. Keith was attempting to force the state’s Democrat party to let her compete to replace candidate April Freeman, who died suddenly of a heart attack in the middle of the 2018 House race. The party had to pick a successor, and Keith wanted to be that candidate one way or the other. But yet again she swung and missed, as a judge threw her case out of court.
To be clear, Keith is not all about fun and games. In December she stirred up a controversy when she criticized troops who enjoyed a surprise Christmas visit from President Trump. She tweeted, “My stomach turns at the open politicizing of our troops. How does a unit fight together and serve each other when its members openly embrace the white supremacy of Trumpism?”
My stomach turns at the open politicizing of our troops. How does a unit fight together and serve each other when its members openly embrace the white supremacy of Trumpism? https://t.co/a6DCxGPmT6
— Pam Keith (@PamKeithFL) December 27, 2018
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