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Biden Campaign Communications Aide Accused of Consistent Sexism on Social Media

The tweets were not only disgusting, but chock full of grammar and spelling errors, calling into question how this “communications” aide got their job in the first place.

For as much as the liberal left loves to throw their “tolerance” around, there sure are a lot of instances in which their top dogs appear to have escaped their collars.

In this week’s instance fo the Democrats espousing the “do as I say, not as I do” ethos, a top campaign communications aide for the Biden campaign is being accused of some awful, repeated behavior.

Joe Biden’s head of strategic communications, Kamau M. Marshall, has repeatedly posted sexist messages on social media over the past decade, beginning with a Christmas Eve 2011 tweet in which he expressed his affection for “power women” – as long as she “know[s] her place” and he can “where [sic] the pants.”

The tweets were simply dumbfounding.

In early 2012, Marshall inquired: “Are all women crazy???? Lol no offense ijs [I’m just saying].”

Later that year, he opined, “Nice guys finish last because they make sure their girl comes first.”

In August 2013, Marshall observed, “It’s unattractive when a girl doesn’t act classy & does not know how to control her feelings.”


Perhaps nearly as disturbing as the content of these messages is the fact that the Biden communications team employs someone who can’t differentiate between “wearing” pants and “where” are the pants.

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