A pro-democrat photo shoot called “Grab Them By the Ballot” shows all but naked women posing with ballots covering their private parts. This unsightly political stunt has is released less than a week before midterm elections to persuade voters to vote blue on November 6th.
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BREAKING NEWS: Democrat-supporting women strip off for photo shoot called ‘Grab Them By The Ballot’ in an attempt to persuade people to vote against Republicans. They’re hoping the images will encourage people to vote on November 6. pic.twitter.com/ydZw1KVdHe
— Dave Vescio (@DaveVescio) November 1, 2018
It appears the #GrabThemByTheBallot campaign is real. Democrats think that this will help defeat Republicans in the Midterms. One thing they did defeat is my dinner. pic.twitter.com/34LuaeZnqN
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) November 2, 2018
#GrabThemByTheBallot: Libs drop trou . . . again https://t.co/6jvhKzeML9 pic.twitter.com/XJjDhaMR8G
— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) November 2, 2018
More from Breitbart as this stunt relates to the #MeToo movement:
Dawn Robertson, 48, a Harvard Law School graduate and founder of a recruitment company, told the Daily Mail she organized the photo shoot because of the rise of the #MeToo movement and hoped to push back on what she says is the Republican Party’s attack on women and transgender rights.
“What the Republicans are doing to transgender rights, the way they are attacking women’s reproductive rights and the collective trauma means that women are really coming to the forefront now,” she said.
Robertson said she was inspired by a photographer’s 2016 photo shoot called “Grab Him by the Ballot,” which was a reaction to the 2016 election when Donald Trump won the presidency.
“The difference is we are saying it’s not just Trump, it’s Kavanaugh and all the alleged abusers who have been exposed by the Me Too movement,” Robertson said.
The activist, who also writes about sexuality, decided to cherry-pick a handful of models, making sure the shoot represented those from minority backgrounds.
Some of the female models she chose were a Hispanic woman, a pregnant woman, and a transgender person who identifies as a woman.