Ashley Judd’s daft question about the Constitution ALMOST puts her unhinged antics into perspective

“Did you flunk 8th grade Civics?”

Actress Ashley Judd tweeted a question that left many on social media wondering – again – about her mental capacity.

“Question: are equal rights in the Constitution?” Judd asked in a tweet Wednesday, sharing an article from USA Today about activists fighting to pass a women’s Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

The problem with the argument, as Judd and other feminists miss, is that the U.S. Constitution treats everyone as equals, regardless of gender. The Equal Protection Clause, part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, guarantees “the equal protection of the laws” to anyone, male or female.

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But for women like Judd, called “unhinged” and “nuts” by Fox News contributor Dana Loesch, it’s not really about the equality but about the special treatment they are demanding for just being females.

Twitter users gave Judd a much needed lesson in civics.

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