The article spends an inordinate amount of time defending California nutcase Maxine Waters who has been told to STFU by none other than Chuck Schumer. Then it falls back on the tired, self-regarding trope that violent rhetoric, if not outright violence, is the appropriate response when there's so much pain inflicted by the white male minority. Sarah Sanders can't eat a meal? Tough: we're on the cusp of "The Handmaids Tale" don't you know.
Let's jump down to the conclusion:
One reason that the fury of women is regularly dismissed as theatrical and marginal and unserious is precisely because, on some level, the powerful must sense that it is the opposite of all of those things. That, in fact, it presents a very real threat.Sure thing, baby cakes. I'm with you: let Maxine, Hillary, and Pocahontas speak.