On Saturday’s edition of AM Joy, an MSNBC show hosted by Joy Reid, a panelist called women in the White House who have defended the president “very, very weak-minded” with “smaller minds than his small hands.”
Now, imagine the uproar if that guest had been a man.
Instead, it was Democratic equal rights attorney Tamara Holder, so it’s all good.
The conversation started with clips of various women in the Trump Administration, from Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Kellyanne Conway and Elaine Chao, defending President Trump over his public Twitter spat with the hosts of Morning Joe.
“What do you make of that full-scale defense?” Reid asked, “What do you make of the women in Trump’s life’s response?
“I think that the women in Donald Trump’s life probably have smaller minds than his small hands because, if they had any decency as women — Joy, you have a father,” Holder said. “If your father ever said anything like this about another woman, you would probably grab them by the back of the neck just like I would to my dad and say, ‘What are you doing? Apologize.’ He has continued to surround himself — Donald Trump — with very, very weak-minded women who are afraid of him. We are seeing Donald Trump explode from very, very far away.”
Holder then attributed the women’s response to fear.
“Imagine the fear that these women have when they’re up close with him. You can’t fight fire with fire if you’re standing right next to it. It’s going to explode, and you’re going to blow up. So this is why he has surrounded himself with women who can’t do anything other than defend him — kind of defend him or just not say anything.”
Watch the video below via NewsBusters:
Holder drew plenty of vocal criticism for her remarks, but not nearly at the level it would have been had she been a man, especially a conservative one!
Hmm, well we had to look this one up but…
This is what “journalism” has become in America. You should be so proud.
— Wendie Thompson (@WendieThompson) July 1, 2017
Wow, you said women’s brains were smaller? Heaven help us of Donald said that.
— Frank Plunkett (@frankplunkett) July 1, 2017
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