Audrey Bowler, a Social Media Manager at left-wing outlet Media Matters, has shared a litany of anti-male tweets, together with declarations of her “love” for “scamming men” and “when men die in movies” together with designing a state seal with “kill all men as the motto.”
Her Twitter account accommodates a bunch of derogatory and violent remarks directed in direction of males.
lmao proper??? anyway i am now getting the state seal finished with “kill all men” because the motto ¯_(ツ)_/¯
— audrey bowler (@aud_bowler) June 17, 2017
i’m watching the mum for the primary time and let me simply say: i like it when males die in films
— audrey bowler (@aud_bowler) July 2, 2018
Bowler’s account can be teeming with hateful label directed in direction of males, together with tweets saying “men are so gross” and “men are disgusting.” She additionally declared “there are no good men” when, ostensibly, joking about what she’d “tattoo” on her brow.
tattoo it on my brow:
1) by no means have heroes
2) there aren’t any good males
— audrey bowler (@aud_bowler) February 25, 2018
Bowler additionally recommended that random males ought to “venmo her $5,” adopted together with her overtly stating that she “love[s] scamming males.”
i really like scamming males
— audrey bowler (@aud_bowler) November 30, 2017
The Media Matters director has extensive involvement in Democratic Party politics, having interned within the workplaces of Democratic Senator Jim Webb and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 operating mate Tim Kaine.
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While Media Matters as soon as mocked a clip of Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren insisting “feminism is less about “equal rights” and extra about “man bashing and demanding free things,” their very own employees member seems to verify Lahren’s assertions.
What’s extra, Media Matters is infamous for spearheading advertiser boycotts from conservative exhibits when hosts make “controversial” remarks; reverse the genders on Bowler’s feedback, and he or she’d definitely earn a spot on the Media Matters blacklist.