Tantaros: Elitist Republican men telling me to quit my job because I support Trump

Fox News “Outnumbered” co-host Andrea Tantaros said she’s been hounded by establishment Republicans over her support for Donald Trump — even to the point of suggesting that she should resign from her job.

“Specifically, Charles Cooke, who is a writer for National Review, he tweeted out that I should give my job to somebody else,” she said.

“Also, I saw a tweet, it was a meme by Kevin Williamson of National Review, trying to make me seem stupid. There’s a girl talking about biorhythms, or something. So I’ve gotten my fair share as well from folks on the right and the left and in the media calling me stupid and Trump supporters as well.”

Tantaros concluded, “I should give up my job, according to men in the Republican Party.”

Watch the clip.

Tantaros tweeted:

Cooke responded:

H/T: The Gateway Pundit

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69 thoughts on “Tantaros: Elitist Republican men telling me to quit my job because I support Trump

  1. LittleRoot_48 says:

    You go, girl!!! Support whomever you feel you should support and tell those elitists to go schitte in their hats.

  2. M&M says:

    Andrea Tantaros is smart and HOT. Andrea let me know when and I will come kick some ObamaCon (_|_)

  3. irtechie says:

    Sometimes it’s big bad men attacking you for your gender.. sometimes, it’s just adults disagreeing and treating you like an adult. This is the later.

    1. ron2win2 says:

      Its latter…not later. So much for intelligent observations from irtechis side of the peanut gallery.

  4. Unapologetically White says:

    Your first mistake was giving credence to anybody or anything from National Review.

  5. FollowTheCaptain says:

    Thanks for calling them out! Here’s my “I’m voting my self interest and the GOP hates me for it” video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6hfkOGo9ME

  6. ernst says:

    National Review does not represent the whole Republican Party. National Review is an editorial journal that has a bias toward the longstanding Republican establishment. It is not conservative, per se, just establishment. As such, it supports what I see in a previous comment here: “Crony conservatism has failed due to the corruption and cowardice of the GOP leadership.” I could not have said it better.

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