Fox Host Women Must Be Married, Pregnant To Run For President

Fox Information host Jesse Watters mentioned {that a} girl has to get married after which get pregnant earlier than she is “ripe” sufficient to run for president of america.

Throughout Thursday evening’s episode of Fox Information’ “The Five,” Watters mentioned the potential for Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) sooner or later working for president.

“With age comes wisdom and she’s pretty young. That’s my nice way of saying she’s not very smart,” Watters instructed his “The Five” co-hosts. “You know when you like pick a banana and the banana’s in your hand and it’s green and then even if you try to peel it, it’s still not even peeling? That’s AOC. She’s not ripe enough to run for president.”

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez is presently engaged to longtime boyfriend Riley Roberts. At 32, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez is just not sufficiently old to run for the best workplace within the nation, because the Structure prevents anybody below the age of 35 to function president.

Watters acknowledged Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s engagement, including “then you have to get pregnant.”

“Why?” Greg Gutfeld, a “The Five” co-host, requested Watters.

“This is how it goes. Just follow me, Greg. You get married. Then you get pregnant and then once you have the baby, you have a family and the Media loves it,” Watters defined. “They eat it up. And it makes you more of a mature person.”

TODAY Dad and mom reached out to representatives for Fox Information and Rep. Ocasio-Cortez for remark however didn’t hear again on the time of publication.

This isn’t the primary time a Fox Information host has argued {that a} girl’s means to be ready of energy hinges on whether or not or not she is presently or has beforehand been pregnant.

On Could 5, “FOX & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade mentioned he didn’t “know why you’d give” a pregnant girl an “important” job when discussing Nina Jankowicz’s appointment to a Division of Homeland Safety advisory board.

On the time, Jankowicz was eight months pregnant.

“I’m not sure how you get a job and then you just — you can’t do a job for three months,” Kilmeade mentioned, referring to a three-month-long maternity depart the Fox Information host assumed Jankowicz would take after giving start.

“I’m not faulting her,” he added, “however I don’t know why you’d give somebody a job that you simply assume is so essential.”

In 2019, a record number of women with children under the age of 18 were elected to Congress — 21 in the House and two in the Senate.

Up until 2018, newborns were not allowed on the Senate floor. After Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) gave birth to her daughter, Maile Pearl Bowlsbey, on April 9, the Senate voted to change the rules and allow infants under the age of 1 to accompany their parent should they need to vote on a weekend or during a late-night session.

Sen. Duckworth was the first sitting senator to give birth in the history of the United States.

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