Irreconcilable politics: Texas woman VOWS TO LEAVE Trump-supporting husband if he doesn't vote Biden, sets Twitter on fire
Added 09-21-20 12:37:02am EST - “A Texas woman said she's so fed up with her husband's support for President Donald Trump that she will leave him if he doesn't vote for Democrat challenger Joe Biden ?" a reflection of political polarization in the MAGA era.” - Rt.com
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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Rt.com: “Irreconcilable politics: Texas woman VOWS TO LEAVE Trump-supporting husband if he doesn't vote Biden, sets Twitter on fire”. Below is an excerpt from the article.
"I'm married to a Trump supporter," the woman, identified as Beverly M, said Saturday on Twitter. "I'm serious that if he doesn't come around and vote for Biden-Harris, I will not stay around."
I’m married to a Trump supporter. I’m serious that if he doesn’t come around and vote for Biden/Harris I will not stay around. I married him before Trump was elected. I voted for Hillary. It’s been a rough 4 years to say the least.
The woman identifies herself as a Black Lives Matter supporter on Twitter and said she moved to Texas from the Midwest in the 1980s. She said she married her husband before Trump was elected, and she voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. "It's been a rough four years, to say the least," she added.
Beverly M said that with so much at stake in the 2020 election, she considers Trump supporters to be selfish. "That's why I am angry at my husband," she said. "When I'm begging him to do this for our children...and for our future grandchildren and that doesn't matter to him, that's eye-opening."
Her tweets met with largely humorous reaction, such as a commentator who tweeted, "If she's husband shopping, I'd recommend Portland," and another who said, "Karen, it's going to be a rough four more." Australian journalist Rita Panahi posted a GIF of an angry woman trashing a house and said in the caption, "That's just incentivizing a vote for Trump."
I’m married to a Trump supporter. I’m serious that if he doesn’t come around and vote for Biden/Harris I will not stay around. I married him before Trump was elected. I voted for Hillary. It’s been a rough 4 years to say the least.— Beverly M (@BevanneTX) September 19, 2020
If she's husband-shopping, I'd recommend Portland.— Nuclear Nadal (@UrbanMonk9) September 20, 2020
Karen, it's going to be a rough four more. ;)— Patriot✖️???????? (@Endgame1976) September 20, 2020
My relationships with family are very strained and have been since I told them how I felt during last election. I can’t imagine what it must be like for you. You have my sympathy.— Big T (@flyforpeanuts) September 20, 2020
I have not went to a family gathering since the 2016 election. I did attend my fathers funeral but left immediately afterward. It’s sad yes but I’m not going to be around bigots.— OrangeZest (@Zest1Orange) September 20, 2020
Me neither. I've seen my dad maybe 5 times since 2016.— seen ya (@witt_Keiffa) September 20, 2020
I’d rather create new relationships with people who have the capacity to think freely. I can’t respect my mother and step father any longer. They blindly follow without the slightest ability to comprehend anything that doesn’t come from Fox News.— DogtorBromo (@DogtorBromo) September 20, 2020
I truly feel for you. I broke up with my Trump supporter boyfriend last summer because I had to face that we fundamentally didn't agree. To me, not supporting Trump is a moral decision and to him, it's only political. I couldn't keep pretending that I had lost respect for him.— Rosemarie Comito (@Loud_mama) September 20, 2020
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