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According to Liberals, Female Trump Supporters are NOT the RIGHT Kind of Women

Activist and pundit Kathy Barnette speaks out in defense of Kellyanne Conway and Ivanka Trump, who have become targets of leftist hate because of their support for Donald Trump.

As Kathy explains, for liberals, only the 50% of women who vote Democrat are worthy of defending… the rest of America’s women are apparently NOT the “right” kind of women.

Recently on Fox News, Judge Jeanine Pirro made the same observation. Noting that liberals are awfully quick to respond to conservative women with sexism and misogony, while whining about these things when their own female allies are called out. If a conservative criticizes Hillary Clinton, for example, it’s immediately called “sexism.” But when a liberal criticizes Kellyanne Conway, everything, even the ugliest of rhetoric, suddenly becomes permissible.

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