Arguably the most influential female politician of 2021 is Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). The only people who seem not to like Sinema are the radical left-wing. Forget about Vice President Kamala Harris. Sinema is much better at her job as well as makes sure that her constituents are appropriately represented.
It isn’t enough to be a female leader, and you have to be a far-left Democrat to get the recognition you deserve. News reports of Sinema have been less than flattering because she’s going against the Democrat agenda and Democrats aren’t happy about it. A group of female politicians, Susan Collins (R-Maine), Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), signed a letter condemning the New York Times over a few stories. All of the stories spoke about the way Sinema dressed.
The letter said, “We cannot imagine The Times printing similar pieces on the fashion choices of our male colleagues. Senator Kyrsten Sinema recently commented on her fashion: ‘I wear what I want because I like it. It’s not a news story, and it’s no one’s business.’ We couldn’t agree more.”
That’s interesting. It’s NEVER happened to a male colleague before.
Maybe they should focus on the country rather than the New York Times. It’s okay if they want to be upset, but they’re showing weakness as they expose their “outrage.”
Again, NEVER happened to a male.