Robert “3rd” Reich, a radical Socialist and far-leftist, who is a former United States Secretary of Labor suggested on his Twitter feed that Democrats should physically assault Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) for not voting along with the other Democrats on their Voter Bill, this week.
But that is ok because he is a member of the privileged political party. Right?
Reich, a Democrat hero, now calls himself an economist, a professor, and a political commentator. He served in the administrations of Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, as well as serving as the United States Secretary of Labor from 1993 to 1997 in the cabinet of President Bill Clinton.
Ignoring the “me too” agenda of his party- Reich advocated using violence against a woman, and no Democrats or media even blinked an eye- of course. And this is why we should not take the left seriously on any topic.
And this is why Democrat voters are shallow- because they virtue signal about being upset by things that their party elite do all of the time. “Me Too” advocates are caught marginalizing, speaking negatively about or abusing women, even Democrat women- and that is ok.
Read Reich here talking about Democrats using the “back” of their hands against Sinema.
The violent left… https://t.co/rH4IZNHs8g
— Kari Baxter Donovan Media 🇺🇸🎆🥊🔥🍊 (@Saorsa1776) January 21, 2022
Tammy Bruce, a former Feminist leader who is now a conservative American radio host, author, and political commentator caught Reich’s slight. Bruce had been president of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women and she called Reich out for being a sexist:
“Clinton’s Labor Sec & Democrat operative once again showing us the Dems are the misogynists they keep warning us about. Notice he doesn’t suggest Manchin should also be physically assaulted, only the woman deserves that for not complying w orders.”
Reich, who is 75 years old, issued a retraction about why he deleted the tweet. Making excuses- he wrote:
“Last night I deleted a tweet because it was widely misinterpreted and distorted by conservative media. “Back of the hand” is an idiom for rebuke. I wholeheartedly condemn violence against women.”
Last night I deleted a tweet because it was widely misinterpreted and distorted by conservative media. "Back of the hand" is an idiom for rebuke. I wholeheartedly condemn violence against women.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) January 20, 2022
But Reich is still very, very upset about the two Democrat senators, Sinema and Joe Manchin (D-WV) who dared vote against Biden- and wrote about it in a childish temper tantrum on his substack.
“What can possibly explain Manchin’s and Sinema’s votes against voting rights this week? Why did they create a false narrative that the legislation had to be “bipartisan” when everyone — themselves included — knew bipartisanship was impossible? Why did they say they couldn’t support changing the filibuster rules when only last month they voted for an exception to the filibuster that allowed debt ceiling legislation to pass with only Democratic votes? Why did they co-sponsor voting rights legislation and then vote to kill the very same legislation? Why did Manchin vote for the “talking filibuster” in 2011 yet vote against it now?”
Reich goes on to describe bribes and egos, offering no proof of anything- and has a meltdown, in general.
The Senate is the world’s greatest stew of egos battling for attention.https://t.co/V8KhPfKAvw
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) January 21, 2022
Reich is the perfect example of the aging Democrat leftist- who never even tried to live up to their draconian demands on American society- and no one should take any of their ideas about public policy seriously again.
Enough with Reich. Someone should literally show him the door.