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Democrats Now Resorting to Nudity in Desperate Midterm Push

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Liberals’ ideology has gotten so extreme it’s imploded in on itself. For example, liberal feminism now basically says that women have be naked to be listened to.

In a recent photo shoot entitled “Grab Them by the Ballot,” ten women were photographed naked except for paper ballots covering their private parts.

Wait, what? Is this an ad campaign dreamed up by Playboy creator Hugh Hefner?

Nope. This is just Democrats trying to get votes.

The campaign is led by Harvard Law School graduate Dawn Robertson, who was reportedly inspired by the #MeToo movement.

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“What the Republicans are doing to transgender rights, the way they are attacking women’s reproductive rights and the collective trauma means that women are really coming to the forefront now,” Robertson told the Daily Mail.

And what better cure for women’s “collective trauma” than seeing other women pose nude for a political ad? According to Democrats, all that sexual assault survivors want is to see more unhappy-looking women photographed naked — that’s not disturbing at all.

Robertson was also inspired by another 2016 photo shoot called “Grab Him by the Ballot,” made in reaction to Donald’s Trump presidential win. The 2016 shoot featured – you guessed it – more naked women.

“The difference is we are saying it’s not just Trump, it’s Kavanaugh and all the alleged abusers who have been exposed by the Me Too movement,” Robertson explained.

Do you think this political campaign is sexist?

It’s interesting that she did remember the “alleged” part of the description.

As for the women pictured, Robertson said she recruited them through social media and by approaching women at the grocery store (totally not like a pimp though).  By the way, if someone asks if they can photograph you naked, please call the police.

According to Robertson, the goal of the campaign is to encourage people — especially women and minorities — to vote against Republicans.

The campaign went viral, with the hashtag #GrabThemByTheBallot trending on both Twitter and Facebook.

Thankfully, not everyone is on board with this frankly sexist campaign strategy.

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“This is so cringeworthy … this campaign is a joke,” one woman wrote on the group’s Facebook page (warning for nudity, obviously).

Another woman posted, “This is not a campaign. This is a bunch of victims wanting attention for being victims … This right here is what gives woman a bad name. Your campaign and your stupid actions are what makes people not want to take women seriously!”

“This is so short-sighted and politically skewed, its disgusting. What about the accusations of physical abuse against the Deputy Chairman of the DNC (Democratic National Committee)?” one user wrote, referring to misconduct allegations against Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison.  “Women’s unemployment is lower and their income levels are higher than almost ever in history because of the current administration’s policies.”

A woman sarcastically wrote, “I am officially excited I do not have to identify as a woman anymore.. so embarrassing,” while another commented, “You could have been dressed and sent the same message.”

If anything, this desperate attempt to get more votes for Democrats backfired, because it’s shed light on just how distasteful and unscrupulous the left has become. You sure don’t see supposedly sexist Republicans employing these campaign tactics.

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Karista Baldwin studied constitutional law, politics and criminal justice.
Karista Baldwin has studied constitutional law, politics and criminal justice. Before college, she was a lifelong homeschooler in the "Catholic eclectic" style.
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