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I’m not wondering just a little bit if our ladies in California shouldn’t vote for him in the primaries as a Republican?

Hear me out;

1) he’s going to bring a lot of media attention around the entire US, maybe even the world, while campaigning.

2) there is so much material to besmirch his character with that is tied to his AGP. If the Democrats use that material, it will cause a chain reaction, even if they try to prevent that.

Buddy was wearing his young daughters’ clothes. When they were, like, 10.

That should be a great thing to use, or... they lose the election. So what is the point of pleasing the TRAs?

Once that tidbit is brought to greater attention, (it’s already public, but easily not brought up by Democrats and the Woke), people might start second guessing this ideology, or looking further into what it means.

No?

Jenner describing scarring his young daughters

I’m not wondering just a little bit if our ladies in California shouldn’t vote for him in the primaries as a Republican? Hear me out; 1) he’s going to bring a lot of media attention around the entire US, maybe even the world, while campaigning. 2) there is so much material to besmirch his character with that is tied to his AGP. If the Democrats use that material, it will cause a chain reaction, even if they try to prevent that. Buddy was wearing his young daughters’ clothes. When they were, like, 10. That should be a great thing to use, or... they lose the election. So what is the point of pleasing the TRAs? Once that tidbit is brought to greater attention, (it’s already public, but easily not brought up by Democrats and the Woke), people might start second guessing this ideology, or looking further into what it means. No? [Jenner describing scarring his young daughters](https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/caitlyn-jenner-at-chicago-house-event/62376/)

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[–] BlackCirce 34 points (+35|-1) Edited

Yes this could be very interesting. We now have a crossdressing male killer (the most oppressed class of humans) who is running for office against the Democrats. I can’t wait to see how everyone responds. The party can try to keep their hands clean but I think a media company is going to break ranks and call it out. It’s too ripe of a press opportunity with the so called gender critical movement burgeoning under their noses.

Edit: I didn’t realize that OP was suggesting California women vote for him. No I don’t think that is a good idea at all. Voting for men is a huge mistake, if the man is in a dress multiply by 1000

[–] Medusa 8 points (+8|-0)

I would never vote for him and I wouldn't advocate for anyone else to vote for him, but I think Jenner running for office is a good thing overall. I don't think all democrats are going to be able to keep their mouths shut and toe the party line, and I think media and voter scrutiny is going to lead to some very interesting (and very public!) discussions.

I just hope this doesn't turn into another Trump. "lol he's never in a 1000 years going to win, keep dreaming, I'm not worried! 😂"
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[–] Hermione [OP] 2 points (+2|-0)

I didn’t mean vote for him for real, I think he’s out his hat in the ring for the Republican Party, but that doesn’t mean the Republican Party is going to have him as the Republican nominee.

I want him to be the nominee, but lose. I want him to get just far enough to have all his shit be plastered all over the place so people start to think.

Jenner might be “ok” to hate amongst TRA circles, but not so much in the press. He carries a lot of weight and the press don’t want to take him down for fear of appearing transphobic.

Of course, there is the danger of trotting out the few non-creepy transwomen, or TIFs, to use as human shields and for credibility to make it seem like just a Bruce Jenner thing, not an underlying theme in the trans movement.

[–] NotCis 31 points (+32|-1)

I'm going to emphasize in libfem circles that "Jenner will be the first female governor." That ought to peak a few women who are on the fence/questioning tenets of liberal feminism.

[–] bluestocking 21 points (+21|-0)

I’m not wondering just a little bit if our ladies in California shouldn’t vote for him in the primaries as a Republican?

Huh? Why on earth would we do that? What would that achieve?

I agree with the idea that the campaign could be plenty to draw attention to him and his creepiness, assuming his rivals actually dredge up all the dirt they can find. But that alone seems like it should be enough, without then also voting for the recall and voting for a TIM.

If women feel compelled to get rid of Newsom, so be it. But to suggest we should vote for a TIM, completely against our principles, is just abhorrent.

I could see it bringing attention to the fact that he's not that bright. He never was.

[–] bluestocking 9 points (+9|-0)

He, who? Jenner?

Again, why would we vote for him? It looks like the recall question will be on the ballot, along with the option to vote for a replacement, so there will be campaigning going on. That should be enough. Voting for him would not be a very "bright" thing to do.

[–] madderthanhell 18 points (+19|-1)

The Democrats are fully invested in the Big Trans project (including AGP on steroids, literally). They will never bring negative attention to any aspect of Bruce Jenner's larping as a woman.

[–] Riothamus scrote 14 points (+14|-0)

He's going to force the issue. Hard.

The GOP isn't running him to win California. They're running him to splinter the Democrats on a national level.

[–] bumpyjerboa 6 points (+6|-0)

Ugh you're probably right but I doubt Bruce is some kinda GOP mastermind. This is a vanity project for him and an absolute boon for the GOP.

[–] bluestocking 11 points (+11|-0)

Have you only just met the Democrats? They're not exactly principled, especially when money from lobbyists and donors is at stake. Clinton was using racist dogwhistles in her campaign running against Obama, despite the Dems claiming to be the party for people of color.

[–] madderthanhell 7 points (+7|-0) Edited

especially when money from lobbyists

Yes, and Big Trans lobby is one of the big funders of democratic campaigns...

[–] bluestocking 3 points (+3|-0)

Sure, but that doesn't necessarily mean they care about Jenner. There are other vocal TIMs, like Clymer, who don't like Jenner and not wanting him to run.

It's possible their campaigning won't be as direct as we'd hope, but I'd be surprised if they didn't try to attack him at all.

Also consider that the Republicans aren't going to be doing anything to promote Jenner. He's not their candidate of choice, even if he is in the party and deciding to run.

[–] Lumos 14 points (+14|-0)

Bruce seems to be the only TIM you’re allowed to criticize, even the trans community seems to hate him. (Idk how right I am about this, I’ve just seen more negativity about him than any other TIM)

This election kinda feels like trump 2.0 to me, with the assumption that this circus side show of a candidate is safe and he’ll never get elected.

[–] Hermione [OP] 0 points (+0|-0)

You’re allowed to criticize him, but only because he wasn’t considered a twuwu trans ally. But only other trans people seemed to be able to do it. The press never took after him in way they could have. They didn’t break the news on his sins so much as he did. They just let him have the microphone, literally said nothing in response, and moved on. He’s gotten ten times the pass that JKR did for literally saying nothing transphobic. What she said shouldn’t even have been seen as an insensitive truth. But burn the witch!

[–] WholeGrain 10 points (+10|-0)

If our goal is to peak people then we can do it in other ways, we don't need to give men who literally want to mess with our rights power.

[–] Hermione [OP] 0 points (+0|-0)

Never said I wanted him to win. Just far enough to have a circus, and then be done with it. Have the sweet taste of victory snatched away.

I’d like it snatched away from Newsome too though. He’s just as much a danger to our rights.

Democrats won't use it (disclosure...I vote democrat.) I noticed awhile back Jenner started telling the story about stealing his daughter's clothing like it was a wholesome and amusing anecdote. He was clearly advised to do so, otherwise people might get the wrong idea...like that he's an obvious autogynephiliac.

I'm sure some Republicans might find it funny. It's like when you're watching a movie and someone is trying to escape, but no one touches them because they're holding a live grenade. Democrats can't touch Jenner because republicans will just say, "SEEEEE????! You're contradicting yourselves." Then BOOM! And more fragmentation erupts between moderates and far lefties.

Republicans on the other hand? At worst, it'll make some of them uncomfortable and a little wiggy.

[–] bumpyjerboa 6 points (+6|-0)

It's so unfortunate because Dems in other states might feel safer doing this. Say they ran an AGP against Manchin, I think WV Dems would go all out, "this creep stole his daughter's panties." But nope, California is full on TRA-infiltrated.

[–] YpsiRadFem Blerg 3 points (+3|-0)

Remember when people were like “maybe Dems should vote for Trump in the Republican primary”?

Also, Dems would just be all “she’s so stunning and brave” anyway.

[–] Hermione [OP] 0 points (+0|-0)

Yes, this is a good point. I can’t expect anything or anyone to be too outlandish to be voted for anymore.

[–] Avadavat 2 points (+2|-0)

I think you might be right. Jenner is going to peak a whole heck of a lot of people...especially as he was so pro-Trump until he learned of Trump's position on the current Trans / Gender Ideology issue.

[–] Hermione [OP] 0 points (+0|-0)

Even then I don’t think he was that bothered because he doesn’t care about what Trump’s policies meant for others. He’s not interested in the armed forces and is too old to compete as an athlete, and unlike the TIMs insisting on competing as “women”, he actually could beat men and wasn’t damned to mediocrity in the men’s category.

Betty Veronica Poison Ivy Rachel Green McKinnon, take note. You are a mediocre at best athlete, and you look just as ridiculous beating women as you would playing Pop Warner football, which I imagine is something you’d also pursue if you could get away with it.

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