Jesse Watters and the panel on "The Five" reacted Monday to singer Barbra Streisand attacking women who voted for President Trump.

Streisand said that "maybe that woman [Hillary Clinton] who's so articulate, so experienced and so fit for the presidency was too intimidating."

Kennedy said Streisand was effectively telling conservative women that they are "too stupid to make their own decisions."

Streisand had added that those women who chose the New York Republican must tend to "vote the way their husbands vote."

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Jesse Watters said Streisand has it "totally wrong" and is "stuck in a time warp."

"She still can't wrap her head around [the fact that] women didn't vote for Hillary because they didn't like Hillary," he said.

Watters said she was "gender-shaming" people she disagrees with.

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