I’m not trying to make accusations here, but I think Gary Johnson may have shared some of his stash with Jill Stein. She Tweeted the following comment about the debate between Mike Pence and Tim Kaine. After reading what it says, I don’t think she watched the debate at all.
Tim Kaine and Mike Pence: Two men arguing over whether women have a right to control their own bodies. That's for us to decide. #VPdebate
— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) October 5, 2016
Here’s a very important thing to consider. If her Vice Presidential pick, who is a male, was also on that stage, there would have been 3 men arguing about whether or not women have a right to control their own bodies — according to Jill’s logic. Would she have been critical of him as well?
Tim Kaine said exactly what Jill said — it’s up to women to decide. He didn’t say it in so short and simplistic a way but it’s the exact meaning of what she said. She actually complained about Tim Kaine agreeing with her. This is why you can’t take her seriously.
Let’s go to the transcript and see what Tim Kaine actually said.
So let’s talk about abortion and choice. Let’s talk about them. We support Roe v. Wade. We support the constitutional right of American women to consult their own conscience, their own supportive partner, their own minister, but then make their own decision about pregnancy. That’s something we trust American women to do that.
And we don’t think that women should be punished, as Donald Trump said they should, for making the decision to have an abortion.
Governor Pence wants to repeal Roe v. Wade. He said he wants to put it on the ash heap of history. And we have some young people in the audience who weren’t even born when Roe was decided. This is pretty important. Before Roe v. Wade, states could pass criminal laws to do just that, to punish women if they made the choice to terminate a pregnancy.
I think you should live your moral values. But the last thing, the very last thing that government should do is have laws that would punish women who make reproductive choices. And that is the fundamental difference between a Clinton-Kaine ticket and a Trump- Pence ticket that wants to punish women who make that choice.
You can factually say at this point that Jill Stein is more likely to be a conservative mole in the progressive movement than an actual liberal. She’s lying about something that can both be easily fact-checked, and that she ultimately agreed with anyway. It’s not about the message. She’s just pissed she isn’t getting the attention. It’s pure jealousy.
She either thinks that all of America is too stupid to figure it out that she’s being dishonest, or she seriously doesn’t understand the fact she’s lying. I don’t know which is worse, but both disqualify her from any form of public office.