Sandy Rios of the American Family Association said on her radio show this week that the historic Women’s March on Washington demonstrated the poor hygiene of feminists. “I find that many feminists are too good to clean their houses,” she said. “They live in filth.”
While speaking about actress Ashley Judd’s speech at the march, she lamented that this “once beautiful, lady-like, absolutely stunningly gorgeous actress” has fallen so low. “This is where we have fallen.”
She later mocked women who claimed they were “worried about rights” and chided them for taking “their children to a vulgar display like that with the signs, the hats that they wore.” Naturally, Rios didn’t mention that many of the signs were mocking Donald Trump’s own words that he could grab women “by the pussy” because he’s a celebrity and that Hillary Clinton is a “nasty woman.”
Rios added that feminists think “it’s their right not to clean” and that they “live in filth”:
You know, there is a picture, I actually tweeted it but I don’t think it’s on our Facebook page. We should put it on there. It’s the aftermath of the women’s march. They just left their trash everywhere. It’s just amazing. It’s just totally trashed. And I think to myself: They are worried about rights. What rights are they worried about? What can they not do?
I guess it’s their right not to clean. I find that many feminists are too good to clean their houses and maybe that’s the way they live. They live in filth. I just don’t understand this. And why people would take their children to a vulgar display like that with the signs, the hats that they wore.