Syndicated radio host Dana Loesch called out Democratic lawmakers for "fearmongering" over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Some Democrats have suggested that if Kavanaugh -- who is being questioned by the Senate Judiciary Committee this week -- is confirmed to the high court, it could spell the end of Roe v. Wade and represent an assault on women's reproductive rights.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) even tweeted that it's not hyperbole to say that "women are going to die."

"When you criminalize abortion and limit our reproductive health care, women die," the rumored 2020 hopeful tweeted Wednesday.


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Gillibrand doubled down on the statement, telling Breitbart News, "Truly, women will die if this law is changed."

On "Fox & Friends" on Thursday, Loesch said Gillibrand's tweet is "crazy," and a sitting senator should not be engaging in "matriarchal, insane attacks."

"They act like the moment Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed -- because he is going to be confirmed -- that all women are just going to die in the streets. It’s a ridiculous, fearmongering tactic from the matriarchy designed specifically to terrorize women."

"And as a woman, I find it terribly offensive that anyone would stoop so low."

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