Ten of the Democratic candidates for President faced off last night in the third…
October #DemDebate: Top Tweets
Twelve of the Democratic candidates for President faced off last night in the fourth debate of the 2020 cycle, and as always, the Internet had a lot to say. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite tweets here, enjoy! (And if you’re feeling nostalgic, June, July, and September Tweets are here!)
— Barbara Lee (@BarbaraLeeSays) October 16, 2019
— Glynda Carr (@glyndacarr) October 16, 2019
At least this debate passes the Bechdel test.
— Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) October 16, 2019
I even love the fact that the women are mixing it up, offering different policies and parts of the ideological spectrum. No one women’s lane. Just some great candidates.
— Christina Reynolds (@creynoldsnc) October 16, 2019
What Cory just did is so important so don’t miss it.
He said men shouldn’t be allies bc women are our daughters and sisters, it’s because WOMEN ARE PEOPLE #DemDebate
— Zerlina Maxwell (@ZerlinaMaxwell) October 16, 2019
This debate should put aside two outdated notions: “Women aren’t presidential.” They sure sounded presidential to me. And “women are less electable.” None of the women on the stage have ever lost an election. That’s electable. #DemDebate #GetOutTheBias
— Rachel Thomas (@RachelSThomas) September 13, 2019
Every woman has cultivated this tone of voice by year five in the workplace https://t.co/88cYe6dqwX
— jess mcintosh (@jess_mc) October 16, 2019
Every time @KamalaHarris uses female pronouns to talk about the presidency, I get chills.
When I was a little girl, I used to stare at the poster in my classroom. At the time, it only included white men.
I aspired to be First Lady. Now girls aspire to be President. #DemDebate
— Becca Brubaker (@itsmebeccam) October 16, 2019
Yes, it shouldn’t have to be said, but the rumors are true:
Women are people.
In fact, we’re the majority of voters.
— TIME’S UP (@TIMESUPNOW) October 16, 2019
Wow, a man taking credit for a woman’s work, how original.
— Amanda Litman (@amandalitman) October 16, 2019
Look, Twitter. You can’t have a women’s health question AND a climate change question in the same debate. Otherwise, you won’t have a time for a question on who is your wackiest friend.
— Kris Kanthak (@kramtrak) October 16, 2019
And one more thought from the #DemDebate:
We need to fight for big ideas. If we don’t, people of color, women, LGBTQ, the disabled community, and marginalized folks—#PeopleLikeUs—will continue to be left behind. ✊🏾✊🏼✊🏿✊🏽
— New American Leaders (@NewAmericanLd) October 16, 2019
Thanks for joining along with us at @onGender last night! We’ll see you in November, #DemDebate Tweeters.