After finding herself a victim of oppressive patriarchal treatment at the hands of her Fox co-hosts, Kimberly Guilfoyle seems to have fallen back in line with this latest new low in the network’s infamous tradition of kicking women to the curb.
On October 21, The Five discussed the potential impact of female voters in the upcoming midterm elections. After Gret Gutfield said that women lacked the “wisdom” to vote conservative, as people become more conservative the older they get, Guilfoyle took it a step further.
“It’s the same reason why young women on juries are not a good idea,” Guilfoyle said. “They don’t get it!” She added that young women lack the life experience necessary to make informed decisions, so they should stop worrying their pretty little heads about adult things like voting.
“They’re like, healthy and hot and running around without a care in the world,” she said. “They can go back on Tinder or Match.com.”
Remember that when you buck Fox News’ “wisdom,” and head to the polls, ladies. Republicans think you’re “too dumb to vote,” let alone receive equal treatment from society.
Watch the segment, below: