“Stare At It and Grab It”: New Hampshire Legislator Sends Bizarre Tweet About Fondling Breastfeeding Women


Another “dim bulb” politician. Are they all this stupid? Have they always been this dumb?

JONATHAN TURLEY

Stanisław_Wyspiański,_Macierzyństwoe734e0_a268af62c2434bbd91071246fba9d70aThis story has me a bit mystified, but it promises that our steady stream of bizarre political stories will continue unabated in 2016. There is a controversy in New Hampshire where Republican Rep. Josh Moore addressed a proposed exception to nursing mothers in a bill to criminalize showing breasts in public. Moore tweeted “If it’s a woman’s natural inclination to pull her (breast) out in public, then you should have no problem with a man’s inclination to stare at it and grab it.” It was clearly meant as a joke but he was not the only one to attack a female legislator who raised the issue of criminalizing breastfeeding under the law.

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1 Response to “Stare At It and Grab It”: New Hampshire Legislator Sends Bizarre Tweet About Fondling Breastfeeding Women

  1. Maybe I was lucky, back in the 90s when I had small, breastfed children, the only odd looks I ever got in public were from other women, usually significantly older than I. I was never leered at, never mind pawed as this man suggests.

    As one guy I knew put it, he’d probably look over to see what was going on, then see the baby attached, go ‘Oh, yeah, feeding the kid’, and go on about his business. But then I hang around decent, well mannered people.

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