Marco Rubio, Expected to Take Up 20-Week Abortion Ban, Has Twitter Trolled by Women's Rights Group

It's tough being Marco Rubio these days. The former Tea Party pinup is now feeling a blunt blowback from his former hard-right constituency. The fresh wounds are from the Florida senator's stance on the immigration bill.

In the eyes of those supporters, the senator's openness to amnesty is tantamount to an Et Tu Marco backstabbing; now, Rubio has to do what all Republicans must whenever they flex a little common sense: duck for cover under the most Neanderthaloid conservative position available.

And for Rubio, abortion is looking good. But the senator's defensive maneuver has put him on the shitlist of another vocal interest group.

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Kyle Swenson
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