#ProblematicWomen Episode 35: Nikki Haley, Bumble, And The Bachelor

#ProblematicWomen Episode 35: Nikki Haley, Bumble, And The Bachelor

On this week's episode of #ProblematicWomen, Bre Payton and Ginny Montalbano talk about Nikki Haley, The Bachelor, and Bumble's new anti-gun policy.

On this week’s episode of #ProblematicWomen, Bre Payton, staff writer at The Federalist, and Daily Signal contributor Ginny Montalbano talk about Ambassador Nikki Haley clapping back at the Palestinian leader who told her to “shut up.” Bumble, the popular dating app, is encouraging its users to report anyone with a gun in their photos. Bethany Mandel appeared on “Fox & Friends” to discuss why as a mother she has chosen to own a gun.

The American Enterprise Institute’s “Factual Feminist,” Christina Hoff Sommers, traveled to Oregon to give a speech at Lewis & Clark Law School. Several disruptors came into the lecture hall, screaming, shouting, and playing music to drown her out. How does this type of behavior benefit any group?

Plus: Did “The Bachelor” go too far, and what does it say about our culture? We discuss in this week’s edition of “Problematic Women,” co-hosted with Bre Payton of The Federalist.

Listen to the podcast below.

Photo screengrab/facebook
Related Posts