Dave Daubenmire Sees Feminist Infiltration Behind The Success Of Laura Ingraham And Ann Coulter

Religious Right activist Dave Daubenmire complained on his “Pass The Salt Live” webcast yesterday that the Christian church has been infiltrated by feminism based on the fact that Laura Ingraham and Ann Coulter have become popular conservative commentators despite the fact that neither one is married.

“The two women who come to my mind when we start talking about conservative women,” he said, “Laura Ingraham has her own show on Fox News. I love Laura Ingraham. Ann Coulter, we see Ann Coulter everywhere, a warrior for the conservative cause. I simply ask the question: These women are both in their 50s and neither has been married, what’s up with that?”

“Should our role models in the conservative movement be two women, neither of whom has ever been married?” Daubenmire asked, again singling out Ingraham for “having children, but doesn’t have a father in the home.”

Daubenmire demanded to know why Elizabeth Johnston, the so-called “Activist Mommy” who is a Christian mother of 10 children, is not being held up as a leading conservative voice instead of women like Ingraham and Coulter.

“Is there something sinister within the conservative movement?” he said. “Is there something sinister at work? Guys, you don’t want to hear this but I’m going to tell you something: feminism is alive and well in the American Christian church.”