Fox News Cretin Blames Gender Equality on Violence Against Women

When discussing the case of Florida State University quarterback De'Andre Johnson, who punched a female student at a bar, neanderthal Fox News contributor Keith Ablow stated that denouncing violence against women may be "an antiquated notion" because women don't wear pink anymore.
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When discussing the case of Florida State University quarterback De'Andre Johnson, who punched a female student at a bar, neanderthal Fox News contributor Keith Ablow stated that denouncing violence against women may be "an antiquated notion" because women don't wear pink anymore.
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When discussing the case of Florida State University quarterback De'Andre Johnson, who punched a female student at a bar, neanderthal Fox News contributor Keith Ablow stated that denouncing violence against women may be "an antiquated notion" because women don't wear pink anymore.

Yes, really.

Speaking on Fox and Friends, Ablow told the hosts:

That may be an antiquated notion [denouncing violence against women] if you look at our culture, which has just in a wholesale way dispensed with all gender quote-unquote stereotypes.

Ablow went on to assert that gender equality is making women more violent, saying "YouTube videos of girls, gangs of girls getting in brawls with other girls" that "didn't happen before....when you bought the pink bear for the girl and a blue one for the boy."

This childishly stupid logic basically infers that equal rights for women is a cultural disaster - a fitting world view for a man so wrapped up in his own testosterone fueled ego that he believes that transgenderism doesn't exist because he doesn't like it.