Dana Loesch and Michelle Malkin appeared separately on "Fox & Friends" Thursday morning to blast Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for a tweet that they deemed sexist.

Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) was widely mocked Wednesday after tweeting that the future is “female” and “intersectional,” in an apparent wink to the progressive wing of her party.

Critics claimed Gillibrand was trying to pander to progressives ahead of a likely run for president in 2020, looking to portray herself as a feminist firebrand.

"Where are the men in the future?" Loesch wondered. "Because that sounds like a pretty boring future if it's just women."

She said she is fascinated by Gillibrand's "recent shift to the far left," arguing the New York Democrat is attempting to "reinvent" herself to compete with a growing field of progressive 2020 hopefuls.

"And so she comes out with nonsense like this. This doesn't even make any sense. It's silly. And you're alienating half of America, and it’s pretty sexist," Loesch said.

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Michelle Malkin said Gillibrand's tweet sounds like something from an "Oberlin College sophomore."

"And I went to Oberlin, so I know what the radical feminists talk about. This is essentially an anti-male, grievance-wallowing dog whistle," she claimed.

"And, you know, what this is really about is pandering to the far-left extreme. And if that's how the Democrats think they're going to beat President Trump, keep saying it."

See more from Loesch and Malkin in the clips above.

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