Bee To Ivanka: ‘Put On Something Tight And Low’ To Get Dad’s Attention, ‘You Feckless C–t’

Bee To Ivanka: ‘Put On Something Tight And Low’ To Get Dad’s Attention, ‘You Feckless C–t’

Samantha Bee exemplifies modern feminism perfectly.

During a foul-mouthed, seven-minute rant about immigration policies on Wednesday night, Samantha Bee told Ivanka Trump to wear a skimpy outfit to get her dad to listen to her.

At about the 6:50-minute mark of the video embedded below, a photo of Ivanka nuzzling one of her children flashed onscreen during the tail end of Bee’s opening monologue for her show “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee.” The comedienne then cursed Ivanka out for not altering federal immigration policies to Bee’s liking.

“You know, Ivanka, that’s a beautiful photo of you and your child, but let me say, one mother to another, do something about your dad’s immigration practices, you feckless c-nt!” Bee exclaimed. “He listens to you!”

She then urged the first daughter to put on a skimpy outfit to get her father’s attention. Yes, this is a self-described feminist telling another woman to initiate incestuous behavior in order to accomplish another woman’s bidding.

“Put on something tight and low and tell your father to f-cking stop it. Tell him it was an Obama thing and see how to goes.”

Bee, who identifies as a feminist, is just playing by the feminist rulebook, which has different standards of what is and isn’t sexist to say about a woman depending entirely upon that woman’s political leanings. She knows that casting blame on a woman for a man’s actions is completely fine when the woman is (God forbid) related to a Republican. And telling her to wear something “tight and low” to get a man’s attention (even when the man in question is her father) is totally fine  — so long as the targeted woman is conservative. It’s also totally acceptable to attack a woman based on her looks, but only if that woman works for a Republican.

Bee’s show was honored by the Television Academy this week for leveraging “the dynamic power of television to inspire social change.” See, even Hollywood knows she’s a really good feminist! After all, this is the town that only took 40 years to expel Roman Polanski after he was convicted of raping a child.

Bre Payton is a staff writer at The Federalist. Follow her on Twitter.
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