Top Democratic candidates try to make a profit with campaign merchandise featuring women, but they won’t define the term

None of the Democrats could define the word “woman”. Many Democrats in the midterm elections this year refuse to define “woman” while selling merchandise that is specifically for women supporters.

It asked half a dozen Democrats to answer the question, of who all used the word “woman” on campaign merchandise. But they received no response. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D-Pa.), Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-N.Y.), Rep. Val Demings (D-Fla.), Cheri Beasley, and Stacey Abrams were candidates who did not define the term “woman.”

Crist is the Democratic candidate against Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla. is selling stickers in his web shop that said, “Women for Crist.” But he was not responsive when asked about his definition of a woman.

“As a woman I am angry,” says Abrams Webstore t-shirts, which are the Democratic nominee in Georgia’s gubernatorial election.

Hochul is running against Rep. Lee Zeldin for a full term as New York governor. She designed mugs, totes bags, and other items that can be purchased on her website. Hochul’s merchandise says “New York Women lead”, while Demings (R-Fla.) is selling t-shirts saying “Stop the War on Women.” They also refused to define the term “woman” as they were not allowed by the candidates.

A photo of Beasley holding a sign reading “Women For Beasley” is available on Beasley’s campaign website. However, she would not define the term.

It reached out last week to Senator Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), asking the same question about his “Women with Bennet” tote bags. The Democrat didn’t respond.

This question was raised several times and received mixed responses. Sen. Marsha BLACKBURN, R-Tenn. asked Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, during her April nomination hearing, if she could define the word “woman.” Jackson replied, “I can’t.”

April, we reached out to the National Institute of Health (NIH). They referenced their website which claimed that sex differs from gender. “Sex” refers to biological differences between males and females, including chromosomes and endogenous hormone profiles. “Gender” refers to socially constructed and enacted behaviors and roles, which vary over time and across cultures.

Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) explained to “Hannity”, why he thinks Democrats are refusing to answer the question. “Here’s the modern Democrat Party today. It’s that you must say “men can get pregnant” and that if you don’t say it, you are a bigot and responsible for the violence.

About The Author

Leave a Comment

Scroll to Top