Fox News Guest: Women Are Paid Less Because ‘That’s God’s Way’

Fox News Guest: Women Are Paid Less Because ‘That’s God’s Way’ May 15, 2015

Sean Hannity’s Fox News program blows up after a guest argues that women earn less “because they choose to,” because “they’re less ambitious,” and because “that’s God’s way.”

Last night Hannity brought two panelists on his show to discuss previously debunked allegations that Hillary Clinton paid women staffers less than male staffers.

During the segment, Gavin McInnes, a writer and co-founder of Vice Media, insisted to Fox News analyst Tamara Holder that women earn less “because they choose to,” because “they’re less ambitious,” and because “that’s God’s way.”

McInnes, mansplaining the ways of the world to Holder, said:

Women do earn less in American 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. They’re less ambitious.

An incredulous Holder replied:

What?

McInnes continued, arguing that the pay gap between men and women is a good thing by declaring:

This is sort of God’s way—this is nature’s way—of saying women should be at home with the kids. They’re happier there.

As one might expect, the conversation became increasingly heated, with McInnes eventually telling Holder:

Most women are happier at home, they are pretending that they like working.

To which Holder replied:

Why am I sitting here?

McInnes responded:

You would be much happier at home with a husband and children.

(WTF?!)

Holder eventually declared that McInnes was “doing a disservice” to Fox’s viewers with his “absolutely disgusting” and “deplorable” comments, and at one point asked Hannity to intervene and at least defend his daughters from the rampant misogyny and sexism.

But all Hannity could do was giggle like a juvenile school boy. No surprise, Hannity, like McInnes, is a miscreant, and a total douche bag.

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