Carly Fiorina Hits Back HARD To Hypocrites on "The View"
It's funny. I seem to remember when someone made comments about Carly Fiorina's appearance, the hosts from The View (to their credit) defended Fiorina. Apparently, only they get to make so-called 'sexist' comments...though, to them it's not sexist if the comment comes from a leftist and the target is a conservative. Because, new rules.
A hypocrisy that of which Carly Fiorina has had enough...
“Well I think what these women represent is a set of liberal feminists who believe that if you do not agree with them on their liberal orthodoxy, that you don’t count. I’m tired of being insulted by liberal feminists who talk about women’s issues when the reality is every issue is a women’s issue from the economy to ISIS to Russia to healthcare to education to the national debt, women care about all of that.”
Granted, this is just one cis-white male's opinion. But when you think women are only concerned with their vagina and either don't care or can't handle the complexity of the economy and national security, you might be the one who is the sexist, Skippy. Also, it's important to note Carly is not complaining about a male-female double standard. She's not playing the "poor female" victim card. She's pointing out the double standard between the media's treatment of Hillary Clinton in comparison to Conservative women. Okay? Okay.
Firstly, Carly don't play that crap, yo.
"It's funny I was on the view several months ago, they said nothing like that to my face."
Here's the important part...
“There is nothing more threatening to the liberal media in general and to Hillary Clinton in particular than a conservative woman."
Leftist identity politics are only as effective as their lies. Point out the truth, and the rest crumbles with it.
Also, it's important to note the double-standard of The View coming down on Nicole Arbor for being too politically incorrect (Read more about that here)? Remember back when Joy Behar listed her "rules of comedy" in saying...
“You know I’m a comic and if I’m going to make a joke about fat people I’m going to say that I’m fat first. You’re not fat, that’s the problem! … You take it on yourself first and then maybe you can do the joke. The joke rule…”
Hmmm. That's the joke rule? You can only make fun of things with which you personally identify?
... So Joy Behar is a Christian Conservative?