Republican Senator Mitch McConnell uttered this phrase in reference to Senator Elizabeth Warren after forcing her to stop speaking on the floor of the senate in opposition of Attorney General nominee and Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions. Her great offense? Reading a letter originally penned by Coretta Scott King when she opposed his nomination to a federal judgeship in 1986. Now it is a new rallying cry in our continued resistance to the current administration. Resist Sexism. Resist Racism. Resist Xenophobia. I realize lots of these shirts are being made by people, but didn't see any that looked very nice. Plus 50% of any money I make with this shirt will be donated to the Women's Refugee Commission.
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‘Nevertheless, she persisted’ becomes new battle cry after McConnell silences Elizabeth Warren. That Warren had been interrupted as she was reading a 1986 letter by Coretta Scott King, the wife of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., added extra insult to injury for many. Proceeds of this art will be donated to feminist, anti-racist, and anti-fascist groups.