Salt Lake City, UT — Remember that time when your female debater wasn’t doing too hot against her male challenger and the one tried and true tactic that you have in your arsenal you can attempt to constantly use to try and nullify the whole event?
It”s called “SEXISM!” Also known as tools used by the weak.
While the only Vice Presidential Debate for the 2020 election was taking place, social media’s most savvy blue-checkmarked commentators dissected and analyzed Vice President Mike Pence’s performance and came up with one interesting inference as to why he performed so well: it’s because he used cheap “sexist” bullying, like “mansplaining” on his opponent, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), and even the moderator, USA Today Washington Bureau chief Susan Page.
This post-debate damage control of weak-willed individuals sounded more like cover after their preferred candidate’s weak and dastardly debate performance in Salt Lake City.
It sure sounds like Vice President Mike won that debate handily leaving Leftists making excuses.
Media Lefties, including “journalists” and entertainment industry folks, began tweeting that Pence’s male privilege altered the dynamic in the debate. Feminist author and man-hater extraordinaire, Jill Filipovic, made the vapid complaint in the middle of the debate.
Filipovic tweeted, “Every woman knows that condescending sexist man who repeatedly calls you by your name as a way to be disdainful and patronizing when he’s talking to you.” Riiight. OK. Is Mike Pence that man? According to Filipovic, yes. She added, “I don’t know what the term for that is but it is A Thing and Mike Pence is doing it to Susan Page.”
Later she tweeted, “Mike Pence does not respect women. He does not listen to them. He talks over them. Enough.”
Thanks, Jill, for the sensible take. Just kidding, Filipovic was so delusional and so anti-men that she has tweeted her desire for women to “divorce” their Republican husbands in revenge for the confirmation of SCOTUS Justice Kavanaugh.
But there were quite a few blue-checkmarks out there who actually knew what they were talking about and were not entertaining the BS excuses the Left, the DNC, and their communications arm in the MSM were making.
In reference to Senator Harris’ lack of responses to excellent and true points made by Pence, she constantly made faces. If you have ever witnessed Kamala Harris off of her game, she often makes faces, tilts her head down where she has more chins than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and she engages with her laugh that sounds horrible and are what nightmares are made of.
Megyn Kelly responded to her faces with the following:
Take it like a woman. Don’t make faces.
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) October 8, 2020
Frank Luntz says his panel of uncommitted voters reacted really poorly to the condescending Kamala Harris laughs, scowling, eye rolls and overall demeanor. Says Mike Pence won. He's right.
— Jason Rantz on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) October 8, 2020
Apparently, the liberal media echo chamber put it out there that “mansplaining” would be the big buzzword of the debate. As Daily Wire‘s Matt Walsh pointed out, S. E. Cupp, Dan Rather, George Stephanopoulos, and Cathy Yan all used the word to bash Pence.
Pence dominated Kamala so thoroughly and convincingly that the media's only available tactic is to accuse him of being a sexist for debating a woman at a debate. These people are such clowns. Parodies of themselves. pic.twitter.com/OXaIKnV58Y
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) October 8, 2020
Law & Order producer and playwright Warren Leight defended the ladies’ honor by checking Mike Pence’s “white privilege.” Tweeting: “We all saw when a woman moderator told Pence his time was up, he very calmly ignored her. That was white male privilege at the end of EVERY response.”
We all saw when a woman moderator told Pence his time was up, he very calmly ignored her. That was white male privilege at the end of EVERY response.
— Warren Leight (@warrenleightTV) October 8, 2020
It must be exhausting being this insufferable all the time!
Or it was just Mike Pence trying to finish his point and Kamala had to be told to stop, too? Give us a break.
Will & Grace actress Debra Messing loved this asinine assessment so much that she quote-tweeted it with the caption, “1000%.”
— Debra Messing✍🏻 (@DebraMessing) October 8, 2020
New York Magazine columnist Mark Harris mentioned his “takeaway” from the event. Writing: “One takeaway from tonight’s debate will be how many times a woman of color, always smiling pleasantly, has to tell a white man, ‘I’m speaking,’ in order to STILL get less time than he gets. It is nauseating.”
One takeaway from tonight's debate will be how many times a woman of color, always smiling pleasantly, has to tell a white man, "I'm speaking," in order to STILL get less time than he gets. It is nauseating.
— Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) October 8, 2020
Though more accurately, the Senator was smiling condescendingly, and seemed a bit more rude than Pence. But with this identity politics, he’s the white man, so he’s the only one that can look bad, right? The MSM asserts Pence spoke over and constantly interrupted his opponent.
But everybody thought Pence spoke more. Which demonstrates how effective he was. Harris' performance, which will be covered up by the Biden-sycophantic media, was disastrously bad. https://t.co/KCM9u4dTPi
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 8, 2020
Star Wars’ Mark Hamill claimed that Pence employed sexist tactics, as well. The actor tweeted, “He consistently went over his allotted time, ignored questions he didn’t like while asking questions of his own, condescendingly ‘Pencesplained’ so a woman could understand, tried to defend the indefensible & still, a fly got all the headlines!”
He consistently went over his allotted time, ignored questions he didn't like while asking questions of his own, condescendingly "Pencesplained" so a woman could understand, tried to defend the indefensible & still, a fly got all the headlines! 🪰🤣 https://t.co/GyDb5TLSwx
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) October 8, 2020
Oh man, sounds like a bunch of excuses for failed presidential candidate Kamala Harris.
Ultimately, it was a successful night compared to what we witnessed last week at the first Presidential debate. The Trump campaign had a good night. It makes you wonder if we will be seeing more of VP Pence during the final sprint of this campaign? Civility hopes so!
Pence won & was a more effective prosecutor of the opposing side than the actual prosecutor on the stage. He was also much more effective than the president on both offense & defense.
Harris did well enough, which is what her ticket needed.
Susan Page did a nice job.
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 8, 2020
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