GOP candidate for Arizona’s Congressional District 2 Col. Martha McSally (ret.) offers her thoughts on the so-called “War on Women” at a campaign appearance.
“I’m a woman warrior,” she begins. “I’ve been fighting for women’s rights and women’s equality my whole life.”
She continues, “You want to talk about a war on women? Walk in my shoes down the streets of Kabul. Walk in my shoes down the streets of Riyadh; where women have to be covered up. Where they’re stoned, where they’re honor killed if they’ve been raped , where they can’t drive and they can’t travel without the permission of a male relative.”
“That’s a war on women.”
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