April 9, 2014

In a CNN debate with former Obama White House press secretary Anita Dunn, The Heritage Foundation’s Genevieve Wood said that the Obama administration is doling out bad rhetoric that discourages young women.

The White House must stop promoting the myth that women are paid significantly less than men because of their sex, Wood explained. Pay discrepancies instead reflect life and career choices, she said.

“We ought to be celebrating where women are,” Wood continued.

Watch the whole debate in the video above.

Do you think liberals’ “war on women” rhetoric goes too far?

Comments (3)

Deniece Hazard - April 11, 2014

It’s disgusting that the facts are being twisted to manipulate low information women voters for the next election. Very low-class.

Holly Chapo - April 13, 2014

Good show, Genevieve!! She uses actual facts, not emotion or rhetoric. She spoke truth to power and we need more of that.

Marti - April 15, 2014

Dunn is evidence of how far the US has fallen. She is an admirer of Mao, yet is close with obama and is given a platform on MSM.

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