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Sooo.... the statement that she believes in equality, is opposed to descrimination, and that she believes that no part of the justice system should be altered for individuals based on their race... basically, that she believes in the constitution and the bill of rights....
That is a political statement?
I mean... sure - technically it is a political statement, as it relates to issues connected to the governance of the city/state/country. But if that is the standard for determining what ammounts to a political statement, then carrying a little miniature constitution and bill of rights booklet would also be a political statement. Hell - by the judge wearing anything that identifies him/herself as a judge, he/she is making a political statement in support of the judicial branch's right to pass judgement over the people.
(Hope you enjoyed that Reductio ad absurdum)
Scottie is missing the larger point and given her limited capabilities this comes as no surprise. Tim Kaine speaking fluent Spanish is the first shot across the bow of Herr Trump's shiny white "campaign."
This is what I think when I see those images; The first is when the Indian doctor tells her he needs to stick his fingers up her ass. The second is when he goes on 2 rather than 3. The third is while he is probing. The fourth is when she shits and blames the doctor.
Drumpf don't speak for me. Duffy don't speak for me, and I am twice as white as either one of them, and four times as male.
(Difference: I am able to get a decent natural tan.)
There comes a time where the outreach portion of the program is over and reality kicks in. That moment was two months ago.