Matt Gaetz mocked for saying Roe protesters are ‘over-educated’ millennials with ‘no Bumble matches’
“How many of the women rallying against overturning Roe are over-educated, under-loved millennials who sadly return from protests to a lonely microwave dinner with their cats, and no bumble matches?,” asked Mr Gaetz.
Many afterwards accused the congressman of being a “misogynist”, while others ridiculed Mr Gaetz for turning away younger voters.
“Just when you thought he couldn’t be more of a pathetic despicable loser… he says this,” one Twitter argued. “He is a menace to a functioning democratic society. And what a fool. He just got every millennial to vote against Republicans. Buh bye.. loser.”
“The very concept that a woman can be ‘over-educated’ tells me all I need to know about this,” another wrote. “And the idea that the only women who want rights must be unattractive and frigid is the oldest misogynistic trope in the book. This is a sitting member of Congress.”
Another lying republican rapist who demands women go full term.