Why do white women keep voting "against their own interests" and in favor of Republican candidates? 

That's what Vogue asked in a piece responding to the midterm election results, calling it a "bleak election night ritual" to find out how many white women supported the GOP candidates across the country. 

The writer, Michelle Ruiz, noted President Trump won about 53 percent of the vote among white women, while on Tuesday, an estimated 75 percent of white women supported Republican Brian Kemp over Democrat Stacey Abrams in the Georgia governor's race. In Texas, 60 percent of white women supported Sen. Ted Cruz (R) over Democrat Beto O'Rourke, CNN reported

Ruiz labeled it an "unsisterly" move due to the Republican candidates' stances on abortion, reproductive rights and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. 

"As sure as black women have proven themselves to be the often-underappreciated backbone of the Democratic party, white women voters are establishing themselves as maddeningly, confusingly . . . unsisterly," she wrote.

On "Fox & Friends" Friday, Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce weighed in, calling the piece "remarkable in its misogyny" and saying women have always been "attacked" for non-conformity. 

"It's an attempt to divide the women from the men in their lives," she argued, explaining that white female voters "think for themselves" and make decisions based on many issues, including health care, national security, immigration and the economy, 

Watch her full analysis above.

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