WW who are angry at BW for pointing out that WW helped elect Trump would be wiser to direct their ire at THE WW WHO HELPED ELECT TRUMP.— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) January 24, 2017
I mean, seriously, y'all. I worked myself into a stupor trying to elect Hillary. That doesn't change the fact that WW HELPED ELECT TRUMP.— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) January 24, 2017
And I'm not even a little mad at BW or other WOC who point out what is a fact. WE SHOULD BE POINTING IT OUT, TOO. WW failed big time.— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) January 24, 2017
"The truth is, a lot of white women are rank misogynists. And they voted against Clinton, in part, because of that." https://t.co/AxXVsDBMxL— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) January 24, 2017
By way of reminder: CNN's exit polling showed that 42 percent of white women voted for Trump; 45 percent of them had college degrees. And although a larger margin (53 percent) were older (ages 45-64), a significant number of women ages 30-44 (42 percent) voted for Trump, too.
By comparison, 94 percent of Black women voted for Hillary Clinton.
That is a significant difference. And if 94 percent of all women had voted for Clinton, and 42 percent of men had voted for Trump, I bet that some of the white women currently complaining would be pretty keen to point out that disparity, without handing out cookies to the men who didn't vote for the authoritarian nightmare president.
Of course, if 94 percent of all women had voted for Clinton, she would've won.
The fact is that a very large number of white women failed to do the right and decent thing in this election. And if you're more angry (or angry at all) at the women of color pointing that out than you are at the white women who voted affirmatively for a confessed sexual predator, reexamine your life.