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Elizabeth Warren says nasty women will use their nasty feet to walk to the polls to cast their nasty votes
by Nathan'ette Burdine: October 26, 2016

Elizabeth Warren told a Manchester, New Hampshire crowd of Hillary Clinton supporters that she and the “nasty women” in this country are going to use their “nasty feet” to go to the polling stations and “cast” their “nasty votes” against Donald Trump and his “mouth full of tic tacs.”

Warren told the crowd, “He thinks that because he has a mouth full of tic tacs that he can force himself on any woman within groping distance. Well I got news for you Donald Trump, women have had it with guys like you. And, and nasty women have really had it with guys like you…And on November 8, we nasty women are gonna march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.”

According to a recent University of New Hampshire Survey Center poll, Hillary Clinton has a 15-point percentage lead over Donald Trump in the Granite State.

A factor contributing to Trump’s drop in the polls is his recent comments about women. Trump’s “grab them by the pussy comment” and his calling Clinton a nasty woman during the debate didn’t go over too well with women voters.

In fact, Trumps comments have led to some collateral damage on the senate side. A separate New Hampshire Survey Center poll shows that New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassam has increased her lead by six-percentage points over sitting senator, Kelly Ayotte.

The poll also shows Ayotte’s favorability ratings dropping down to 39%. Ayotte’s favorability rating is seven-percentage points lower than it was in August when she was just two-percentage points behind Hassan in the polls.

Not to be one to let such a fact go unnoticed, Warren reminded the crowd about how Ayotte’s hypocritical behavior is contributing to the increase number of dislikes she is getting in the polls.

The senator from Massachusetts told the crowd about how her colleague from New Hampshire continued to support Trump after he had gotten himself marred in controversies associated with his stereotypical categorization of Hispanic immigrants, Hispanic Americans, black Americans, and how Ayotte continued to support Trump after he dissed her on the campaign trail.

Warren stated that unlike Trump and Ayotte, Clinton doesn’t dance from one beat to the other and she doesn’t cry when things aren’t going her way.

Warren told the crowd of cheering Clinton supporters that the former secretary of state deserves to be the next president of the United States because she is a tough cookie who “doesn’t whine. She doesn’t run to twitter at 3AM to call her opponents losers or dummies. She doesn’t even cry that the election is rigged. No, Hillary is the kind who just gets up every day and she keeps on fighting.”

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