Goodbye Kelly Loeffler...The Woman Who Thought Trump's Jesus Christ.


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Goodbye Kelly Loeffler, the Worst Woman in the World

The Associated Press is reporting that Raphael Warnock has won the Georgia Senate runoff election, which means that Kelly Loeffler, incumbent Republican Senator from Georgia and arguably the worst woman alive is out of Congress, hopefully for good.

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‘This is a defeat for Donald Trump,’

Loeffler was appointed to her seat on the Georgia Senate in January of last year after longtime Senator Johnny Isakson had to vacate his position for health reasons. After beating her Republican challenger Congressman Doug Collins during the November special elections, Loeffler faced off against Warnock in the highly contested January runoff election. But now the votes are in, and that Trump-loving ghoul of a woman is out!

Now that Loeffler is no longer terrorizing the Jezebel staff and the good people of Georgia, it seems only appropriate to try to determine the worst thing she did during her brief time in the Senate. Maybe it was the time she took a selfie with a former Ku Klux Klan leader. Or perhaps it was when she spearheaded a bill to prevent trans women from participating in women’s sports! And of course, we can’t forget all the racism. (So. Much. Racism.) Remember when Loeffler claimed that Black Lives Matter was a Marxist plot to destroy the nuclear family? Hope the memories of all her racisms can keep her warm at night while she does whatever a wealthy Atlanta socialite turned failed conservative politician does with the plenty of free time you get after losing an election.
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Kelly Loeffler, an obscenely wealthy Republican senator and co-owner of WNBA team Atlanta Dream, claims she has been canceled for saying that Black Lives Matter is a Marxist plot aiming to destroy the nuclear family.

On Wednesday, Loeffler tweeted a link to a New York Post article that aggregated a Breitbart report about Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter Global Network’s co-founder and strategic advisor. The report claims that Cullers once referred to herself as a Marxist.

“I’ve been canceled for calling the BLM political organization what it is: A Marxist group,” Loeffler said.

Loeffler read this deeply uninteresting factoid about Cullers as a gotcha moment, a chance at redemption after receiving heat following an interview in which she called the WNBA’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement divisive.

“I think a lot of people feel that they may not have a place,” Loeffler told ESPN Tuesday. “They may feel excluded from this sport and other sports that make them feel like American values aren’t at the core of what we’re doing here.”

She added that there is a difference between the BLM sentiment and the BLM organization

“I think we all agree the life of every African American is important,” Loeffler said. “There’s no room for racism in this country, and we have to root it out where it exists.”

Loeffler continued: “The Black Lives Matter political organization advocates things like defunding and abolishing the police, abolishing our military, emptying our prisons, destroying the nuclear family. It promotes violence and antisemitism. To me, this is not what our league stands for.”

Despite the existence of Black Lives Matter Global Network, the Black Lives Matter movement is notoriously decentralized and does not have a singular platform. This can lead to confusion: for example, a statement from a local Black Lives Matter chapter or the actions of a miscellaneous Black Lives Matter supporter being attributed to the entire movement or the official organization.

But Loeffler’s description of the organization was insincere and alarmist. The charge of antisemitism is preposterous and concern about the organization’s alleged disdain of the nuclear family is a clear right-wing dog whistle. And just as preposterous was her attempt to defang BLM supporters, reducing them to people who to simply believe “the life of every African American is important” as opposed to activists agitating for causes like the reallocation of police funding.

Loeffler’s contention with both BLM and the WNBA is nothing new.