Gutfeld: Hillary's Gender-Specific Campaign Is Insulting to Women
Greg Gutfeld this evening sounded off on the news that Hillary Clinton is expected to announce Sunday that she will run for president in 2016.
“So, what’s her big selling point?” he asked.
“Don’t you someday wanna see a woman president of the United States of America?” Clinton asked a crowd back in March.
Gutfeld said that there are 160 million Americans just as qualified to run for president if we’re just factoring in gender.
“And some can even handle two devices,” he remarked.
“Imagine interviewing a job applicant and asking, ‘Why should I hire you?’ And she responds, ‘cause I’m a woman. That’s not enough, I’m guessing,” Gutfeld said.
Gutfeld called Clinton’s campaign insulting to women because it’s gender-specific.
“Forget issues like ISIS, Iran, Russia – you’re a woman. You only care about your chromosomes. You probably cried watching the notebook,” he quipped.
Gutfeld said that the women he knows care about foreign policy and economics more than they care about “campus-approved gender conflict.”
“But this is how the left works. They don't see Americans. They see types of Americans that can only handle certain issues. If you're black, it's race. If you're a woman, it's gender. If you're Hispanic, it's immigration. Politicians gleefully press the hot buttons the media supplies, splitting Americans into competing teams,” Gutfeld said.
“The Five” co-host cautioned that if the GOP doesn’t find a unifying voice to counter the left, “this divide and conquer will continue until there’s nothing left to split.”