Fox News host Jesse Watters featured Kayleigh McEnany as a guest Tuesday on “Jesse Watters Primetime” and he introduced the former White House press secretary as “the whitest woman we could find.”
Watters was doing a segment on the racially-divisive fare offered by “The View,” highlighting remarks from one of the cohosts, Sunny Hostin, who claimed that America hates black women because the country is racist and that white women can’t think for themselves, opting instead to “fall in line” with their husbands’ voting preferences
“Every White woman just votes the way their husband tells them to? We wish!” Watters joked.
He ran a clip of Hostin laying waste to married white women.
“White women owned slaves as well. I think that women, white women in particular, want to protect this patriarchy here because it’s to their benefit,” she said. “They want to make sure that their husbands do well, they want to make sure that their sons do well, they want to make sure that their children do well, and they want to make sure that they do well. Most of the women in some of these studies are married white women, and they do fall in line with what their husbands are doing, how their husbands are voting.”
Watters countered that women tend to be liberal “when they are single, but once they have kids and buy a house, well, they lean conservative.”
“That is true statistically,” he added. “Well, because that’s what their husbands want? Probably not. Probably has something to do with wanting your kids to be safe or paying less taxes. By the way, 90% of black women vote for Biden and only 55% of white women vote for Trump. So, who is really falling in line here?”
“Kayleigh McEnany is a former White House press secretary, she is the co-host of ‘Outnumbered,’ and she’s the whitest woman we could find,” Watters said, introducing McEnany.
“Oh, my goodness,” the former Trump administration official responded before Watters asked his guest if Hostin’s remarks were offensive to white women.
“Sure. I mean, I don’t often get insulted by Sunny Hostin. I just don’t have time for her. I think she is frivolous. She doesn’t know facts,” McEnany replied. “She doesn’t know figures, clearly, because you look at the facts — you laid out one, but you look back at CNN polling, I assume she loves CNN, CNN exit polling, white women voted plus 11 for Trump, plus 23 was white men, so 12 point difference. Well, black men, plus 80 for Joe Biden. Black women, plus 81. So literally a 1-point separation. So if she wants to make this argument — which I don’t think she should make, I think black women think for themselves, white women think for themselves — wherever you fall is where you fall, but the numbers are actually closer going the other direction.”
McEnany would then remind viewers of just who Sunny Hostin really is — she’s not as “sunny” as some may think.
“My favorite part is when she says white women want their kids to do well and their families to do well,” McEnany told Watters. “Doesn’t every woman in the world, no matter race, gender, ideology, want their family to do well? These are just ridiculous arguments, but this is what we’ve come to expect from Sunny Hostin. She’s the one who said Nikki Haley changed her name, despite having a name change herself, and totally lying about Nikki Haley. This is Sunny Hostin. That’s ‘The View.’”
She also argued that Republicans are more open-minded.
“Polling shows Republicans are more likely to marry people of the other party. Liberals say, ‘Hey, no time for Republicans.’ I’m one of these open-minded Republicans. I don’t care who you are, what you think. If you love someone, you love someone,” McEnany said, prompting Watters to joke about falling in love with an Antifa arsonist.
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