Ever wish you could find a politician without any character issues?
MSNBC reporter Kasie Hunt’s gotcha covered. She has a secret, and she’s sharing it: All you have to do to get a politician with no issues of character is vote for one who’s a woman.
Husbands: Having integrity problems with your wives? Just convince them to run for office. If elected, presto-change-O — magically, no flaws!
On Wednesday, Kasie announced to the world:
“You don’t want to worry about character? Elect a woman.”
WATCH: Would we cut down on character questions by electing a woman? #MTPDaily @kasie: "This nonsense that's been coming from our male politicians of all parties? … You don't want to worry about character? Elect a woman. Please. Thank you." pic.twitter.com/NPdcbdmRZ1
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) August 21, 2019
During Meet the Press Daily, Kasie tipped her hat to Sen. Elizabeth Warren for doing a fine job of taking some of Joe Biden’s ballspin as the most electable Trump trouncer.
Then she blurted out this zinger:
“Can I just say, character-wise, let’s elect a woman, okay? This nonsense that’s been coming from our male politicians of all parties? I don’t know, I’m tired of it. You don’t want to worry about character? Elect a woman, please. Thank you.”
Host Chuck Todd joined in:
“I’ve never understood why that isn’t — in itself — isn’t a reform message, which is you don’t see women governors getting into these scandals.”
Has Kasie ever heard of a lady named Hillary Clinton?
Regardless, she’s cool with sexist statements:
“I’m sure I’ll be accused of being sexist in the opposite direction.”
No, you’ll just be accused of being regular sexist. But yes.
“But, you know, the facts are what they are,” she punctuated.
Democratic National Committee Senior Advisor Doug Thornell chimed in:
“Well, we nominated a good woman in 2016.”
The whole crew’s just getting itself into trouble with a Democratic denomination: As we’re being told on a seemingly daily basis, there are no differences between men and women. In fact, there’s no such thing as men and women. Males get man-periods in their vaginas (here), and men who identify as women have penises that are female schlongs (here). And, according to Julian Castro, men get impregnated and need to have abortions (here).
So how do you explain the distinction, Chuck?
But if, in fact, males and females do biologically exist, Kasie’s certainly just solved a major problem. Thanks, adept reporting. And thank you, MSNBC:
Men Stink. No Blemishes? Chicks.
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