Here's a Michigan Democrat page that has an ad for the trio of female jurists they have up as a tag-team package for the state Supreme Court; I saw a version of this via Facebook ads.
“Connie Marie Kelley, Shelia Johnson and Bridget Mary McCormack have spent their careers protecting families and victims of violent crime,” Michigan Democratic Party Chair Mark Brewer said. “They have taken criminals off the streets and kept children out of gangs. In addition, they have zero tolerance for violence against women and kids. Kelley, Johnson and McCormack protect Michigan’s families.”
That would imply that they have some tolerance for violence against adult males. Shouldn't the proper response be to have no love of violence regardless of who is the target?
It also begs the question on what defines "zero tolerance." Would that entail taking the full extent of the law against the three year old who clobbers his 18-month-old brother when he gets his toy taken from him? Or does that zero tolerance only kick in if the attacker is of a certain age or a certain gender?