Sarah Palin blasts creepy ‘fake feminist’ tactics and AOC’s ‘obsession with sex’

Sarah Palin is tired of Democrat women and their obsession with sex.

In a Monday interview with Fox News Channel’s Rachel Campos-Duffy, Palin accused Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Vice President Kamala Harris of repeatedly using sex and sexism to deflect responsibility for many of their failures, effectively creating a shield against criticism based upon the fact that they are attractive women.

Palin vented about the tactics that she sees liberals like Ocasio-Cortez use to avoid taking the blame for their failures, tactics like an “obsession with, at least suggestions of…always gender, and sex even.”

“Take this issue with her suggestion of dating and attraction to someone and blaming her failures on that, that obsession with sex,” Palin continued. “Look how the liberals [are] advertising…what people do in the privacy of their own bedrooms.”

Ocasio-Cortez created a stir recently and plenty of backlash by suggesting that Republicans are frustrated because they know they can’t sleep with her.

In addition to the obvious narcissism necessary to jump to that conclusion, she also exhibited a lack of ability to take criticism for her hypocrisy as she elected to flee her home state for a vacation in the “free state of Florida” at the first chance she had, despite her history of disparaging remarks towards the state and its governor, Ron DeSantis.

Palin believes that the use of sex as a diversion from the real issues is Ocasio-Cortez’s way of avoiding accountability. “It sounds like she hasn’t been held accountable for much, maybe in her entire life. She does not have that foundation.” Palin said.

Palin also agreed with Campos-Duffy’s observation that President Trump had a more difficult time while in office than either Ocasio-Cortez or Harris.

“President Trump did have it much harder. It was always three against one with Trump. It was the Democrats. It was the press, obviously, and it was the RINOS within the establishment of the party. And yet look what Trump could accomplish.”

Palin then cautioned that Democrat women like Ocasio-Cortez and Harris are “fake feminists” who, unfortunately, are setting the women’s movement back slowly but surely with tactics like this.

“Man, these fake feminists who bring the women’s movement back so far by channeling everything right on back to ‘Oh, it’s our gender.'” she said, emphasizing that it’s not gender that is the problem. “It’s your work ethic. I’m really thankful that I was brought up in a place where gender truly has not mattered.”

Palin is optimistic, however, that no one is buying the schtick.

“You know, I truly believe that there are enough Americans who get it and understand what her [Ocasio-Cortez’s] tactic is, and that is to deflect from what the real issues are,” she noted.

Harris has been using the same deck of cards as Ocasio-Cortez. As reported in a BPR story on Monday, Harris complained to her inner circle that she was being discriminated against in the press due to her race and gender and that her media coverage would be more favorable if she were any of her 48 white, male predecessors.

Response to her self-pitying take on things was not kind:


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