Ingraham: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand 'Fully Weaponized #MeToo' to Drive Anti-Trump Vote
Laura Ingraham said New York's junior senator is "weaponizing" the #MeToo movement in order to swing more female votes to her and the Democrats.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said Trump "should resign" and added that if he chooses not to, "Congress should hold him accountable."
"We're obligated to have hearings," she said.
Ingraham said Gillibrand's comments were in response to previous claims of sexual misconduct against the president, and that they came during the resignation of a top aide over domestic violence claims.
"Gillibrand has fully weaponized the #MeToo hashtag movement... with the intention of driving the female vote in the midterms, and ultimately sweeping herself into the Oval Office [in 2020]," she said.
Ingraham wondered aloud whether Gillibrand, whom then-Gov. David Paterson (D-N.Y.) nominated to replace Hillary Clinton, plans to give back all of the money President Bill Clinton donated to her.
"I haven't followed that, but I doubt it," she remarked.
Ingraham warned that Gillibrand's plans may be working a little bit thus far, with Trump losing some popularity among women.
She pointed to Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) premonition that Democrats would "crawl over broken glass to vote in the midterms."
"If Gillibrand had her way, most of those [voters] would be women," she said.
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