Whiny-pants liberals will literally make an issue out of anything and everything, apparently including the use of the word “shrill” when criticizing a woman.
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump — a man who is known for lacking a politically correct filter — was on MSNBC Thursday morning where he got into verbal fisticuffs with a BBC anchor for referring to Hillary Clinton as “shrill.”
Here’s how he responded.
BBC News anchor Katty Kay said Donald Trump’s use of the word “shrill” to describe Hillary Clinton “sounds sexist,” which led to a tense, on-air clash Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Kay asked the billionaire businessman and Republican presidential frontrunner why he called his Democratic opponent “shrill” while “we never hear people say it about men.”
“I think the word ‘shrill’ doesn’t apply to women, exclusively. I know men that are shrill. And it’s just an expression I thought of as I was speaking. I thought it was a very accurate expression,” Trump said. “She’s gotten very loud. She’s gotten very boisterous. And that can happen to men too.”
“It’s just we never hear people say it about men,” Kay followed up.
“Excuse me. Excuse me,” Trump interjected. “She’s gotten very loud and obnoxious, and frankly, I know many men that become very loud and obnoxious also.”
Trump added that he’s noticed there’s “something going on with her [Clinton].”
Trump was asked if he would label any of the other GOP candidates he’s currently up against as “shrill,” and you can probably guess his answer.
Sen. Rand Paul.
Those two simply just do not like each other. At all.
That being said, this is purely just another attempt to take a shot at “The Donald,” which usually only ends up causing him to shoot upward in the polls.
You’d think those trying to take the guy down would realize this by now, but liberal mainstream media has never been the sharpest tools in the shed.