[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On FOX News’ Thursday evening edition of Hannity, guests Gavin McInnes and Tamara Holder went head-to-head on the issue of income equality, the belief that women are roundly discriminated against because they’re women, and receive less pay than men.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]It turns out that feminist icon Hillary Clinton was guilty of the sin while serving as New York’s junior senator. As the Washington Free Beacon revealed in February, the woman who constantly preaches against income inequality had a bit of a “War on Women” going on herself, paying her female staffers only 72 cents for each dollar paid to her comparable male workers.
Sean Hannity confronted Clinton sycophant, liberal talking point repeater, Tamara Holder, who immediately attacked the messenger, referring to the Free Beacon as a “far-right group” the “Washington Free Banana Peel,” claiming that the report was false, but was incapable of saying how.
McInnes, author of “The Death of Cool,” went completely non-politically correct, stating that women generally do earn less that men, but it’s because “they choose to” because of commitment and dedication to family and raising children.
“Women do earn less in America because they choose to. They would rather go to their daughter’s piano recital than stay all night at work working on a proposal, so they end up earning less…”
Holder is heard interrupting as her head begins to explode, “Whaaat?!”
“They’re [women are] less ambitious and I think this is sort of God’s way — this is nature’s way of saying [that] women should be at home with the kids; they’re happier there,” a passionate McInnes proclaimed.
A visibly angry Tamara Holder responded that she hoped the Hannity “viewers do not take you, [McInnes] sir, seriously.”
McInnes recommended that Holder get educated on the subject by reading a book called, “Why Men Earn More,” by Warren Farrell, Ph.D., but the overly angry Holder would have none of it, unable to articulate facts at that point.
“It’s [the book] all about women choosing to put family over work and that’s why they earn less,” McInnes contended.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]”Having a choice does not mean that you’re less ambitious, and your comments are absolutely deplorable,” Holder argued, while turning to Hannity to ask him to rescue her.
“If you were a real feminist, you would support housewives and see them as the real heroes,” McInnes contended, which really lit a fuse under the already heated Holder.
Yelling ensues as McInnes tells Holder she would be be much happier with a man in her life, married with children.