“The constitution hasn’t evolved,” she wrote on Twitter. “It’s about spitting in the face of each of our founders.”
In fact, the Constitutional Framer not only wrote it so that it could evolve with amendments, but almost immediately began using the process with the passage of the Bill of Rights.
At least three Democrats pointed out that the evolution of the Constitution was the reason women couldn’t vote when the document was written, but they can vote today.
Other critics of Bobert also participated:
This article was originally HuffPost It has been updated.