[pan-der] Show IPA
noun Also, pan·der·er.
1. a person who furnishes clients for a prostitute or supplies persons for illicit sexual intercourse; procurer; pimp.
2. a person who caters to or profits from the weaknesses or vices of others.
3. a go-between in amorous intrigues.
verb (used without object)
4. to act as a pander; cater basely: to pander to the vile tastes of vulgar persons.
verb (used with object)
5. to act as a pander for.
Wendy Davis, woman who worked to drive gun shows off of Ft. Worth, Texas city property when she was on the city council there, has tried to deflect attention from a litany of scandals by shamelessly pandering to gun owners: She wants to expand the number of places where conceal carry license holders can carry in Texas.
This woman apparently believes all of the bigoted silliness that exists in her circle of friends.
“Eh, those gun owners are stupid, redneck hill-billies. Just promise them that the can carry their six-shooters where ever they want and you’ve got their votes,” her advisers must have told her.
This is the same woman who, in the spirit of Joe Biden, said that her paraplegic opponent hadn’t walked a day in her shoes. Here’s a clue, Wendy: He hasn’t walked a day in anyone’s shoes for decades, you wretched wench. She doubled down today saying her wheel-chair bound opponent was “running scared”. Wow. Just wow.