Liberal feminists took a rest to criticize President Trump and turned their attention to Amy Coney-Barret as a new target. It appears that nothing she says, does, or wears now, is good enough for the Democrats since she was nominated by the president as the next Justice to the Supreme Court.
On Wednesday during her confirmation hearing, Republican Senator John Kennedy asked Barrett a simple question about who’s doing the laundry in her home. As everybody knows, the 48-year-old judge is a wife and mother of seven children.
“I have one last question … I’m genuinely curious, who does the laundry in your house?” Kennedy asked.
Barrett laughed and replied: “Well, we increasingly have been trying to get our children to take responsibly for their own, but those efforts are not always successful.” She continued, “We run a lot of loads of laundry.”
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was asked 'who does the laundry in your house?' pic.twitter.com/06G5atx8oN
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 15, 2020
Barrett’s response seems like another reason for the Democrats, who called Kennedy’s question “sexist,” to attack her.
User Meena Harris, who is a feminist and niece of vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, tweeted: “This is so gross and sexist, and she thought it was cute because (of) internalized * misogyny * and * upholding patriarchy.”
This is so gross and sexist, and she thought it was cute because ✨internalized misogyny✨ and ✨upholding the patriarchy✨ pic.twitter.com/WCJydQmQcz
— Meena Harris (@meenaharris) October 14, 2020
Another user responded to Harris’ post, assuming it is the Haitian adopted daughter who’s doing the laundry, “This makes my blood boil, especially since we all think it’s probably the Haitian adopted daughter.”
This makes my blood boil, especially since we all think it’s probably the Haitian adopted daughter
— Hattie DuRant (@hattiemdurant) October 15, 2020
Check out these other comments below, which make you ask what did Amy Coney-Barrett do to deserve these vile remarks from people she has never met before.
she’s so robotic it’s irritating. i haven’t learned a single thing about her during these hearings. republicans really think they struck gold with this nominee and they’re very mistaken
— ً (@madremiarosaIia) October 14, 2020
Amy was raised to believe women are subservient to men.
She belongs to a cult.
She is not Catholic. The GOP is using the label "Catholic" to give a cult, People of Praise, legitimacy.
People of Praise is not part of the Catholic church.
— Samantha Sanderson (@SamSanderson123) October 15, 2020
Ugh…the girly giggle is why she's sitting there today.
Chosen by men, for men.
— Kay Zed (@KayZed14) October 14, 2020
Honestly makes me so angry to see someone like her even being considered for the Supreme Court 😭
— Naudia (@Love_MyLife) October 14, 2020