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MSNBC Guest Says White House Women Have Small Minds

On Saturday, an MSNBC guest and liberal feminist who describes herself as an “equal rights attorney” accused President Donald Trump’s female staff members of being “very weak-minded” women with tiny brains.

“I think that the women in Donald Trump’s life probably have smaller minds than his small hands because, if they had any decency as women … (they) would probably grab (him) by the back of the neck just like I would to my dad and say, ‘What are you doing? Apologize,’” guest Tamara Holder told MSNBC host Joy Reid.

Holder, a former Fox News contributor, had been speaking about a crass tweet Trump posted Thursday about Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, the liberal hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

“I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore),” Trump tweeted. “Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”

Though the president clearly attacked both Brzezinski and Scarborough, the leftist media has been up in arms about what he specifically wrote about the female host, claiming that his remarks about her were sexist.

While even Trump supporters admitted that the tweets were crass, they’ve rightly noted that the president is an equal opportunity offender. The same cannot be said of Holder.

Listen to her statement below:

 

Like most liberal feminists, Holder is a hypocrite; one who believes it’s morally wrong for the president to insult a liberal woman, but that it’s perfectly justifiable for her to insult women who support Trump.

Sorry, Miss Holder, but the world doesn’t work like that. Either it’s morally wrong for anyone to insult women, or it’s not. Which is it?

If it’s the former, then both you and the president are guilty of sexism. And if it’s not, then you’re both guilty of simply being rude.

As someone with a genuine love for free speech, I’m inclined to choose the latter option. Trump’s tweet was neither morally wrong nor necessarily unjustified, especially given the immensely rude remark Brzezinski has made about him.

Nor was was Holder’s statement morally wrong, though its hypocritical nature did serve as a perfect example of why nobody takes liberal feminists and self-described “equal rights attorney(s)” seriously anymore.

Image and Content: Conservative Tribune

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