In this era of “self-identification” and “trangendering,” it’s no longer rare to see someone with female plumbing come out and declare she is not a woman. It’s a little less common for a woman to make this declaration on behalf of another woman. But that’s what Nancy Lee Grahn did last Friday upon learning that Maine Sen. Susan Collins had pledged to vote “yes” for Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation on the strength of the FBI’s supplemental investigation.
Grahn, who plays Alexis Davis on “General Hospital,” tweeted “You may have female parts but you are no woman @SenatorCollins and we who are don’t want anything to do with you.”
— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) October 5, 2018
Gahn’s tweet includes a statement to the same effect by Planned Parenthood, which in turn echoes the views of Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee who accepted as fact Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation that she was sexually assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh despite the absence of any corroborating witness.
Not everyone who saw Grahn’s tweet agreed with her view that Collins’s womanhood should be revoked:
No, the real women are damn proud of Collins. Clearly you didn’t pay attention in school or you might have the slightest idea of how government and the justice system works.
— Becky Pfaff (@bexngreg) October 6, 2018
And people think men are the problem… It looks like women are doing a fine job dehumanizing other women without any help from men. 😞
— Paige Rogers 🎨 (@PaintingPastor) October 6, 2018
Oh Nancy, you don’t speak for all women, in fact you sound so ridiculous I’m embarrassed that we share the same gender. We are proud of Senator Collins.
— Cheryl (@sherrilynn0420) October 6, 2018
The effort to hold Collins accountable is just part of a larger movement on the part of liberals to inflict damage on everyone who voted for or supported Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation.