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[WATCH] GOP Senator Calls Infrastructure a ‘Woman’s Problem’ Because They Do All the Shopping

If a Republican shows up on MSNBC on a Sunday, you know they appeared on “Meet the Press” without even checking. For some reason, host Chuck Todd loves to give the worst people the biggest free platform to spread their propaganda, which is why “#FireChuckTodd” trends nearly every Sunday morning on Twitter.

The presentation of “both sides” should have gone out long ago, and for the most part, the rest of the MSNBC lineup adheres to this (glaring exception: Ari Melber, who really needs to stop quoting rap lyrics to people of color who will never think he’s cool, because no one thinks he’s cool). But there was Chuck Todd on Sunday welcoming one of the worst the GOP could send him, Lousiana swamp dweller Bill Cassidy.

WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 12: Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) talks to reporters in the Senate subway on his way to the fourth day of the Senates second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol on February 12, 2021 in Washington, DC. Trump’s defense team begins their presentation of the defense that Trump should not be held responsible for the January 6th attack at the U.S. Capitol on First Amendment grounds and the fact that he is no longer in office. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images)

Cassidy insisted that infrastructure like roads and bridges is a “women’s problem” because they do the “shopping.” He appeared via modern technology, so it’s curious that he thought it was still somehow 1956 when it came to discussing the infrastructure bill.

However, it seems to make sense considering his wife sounds like a minor character from a 50s TV show. “My wife says that roads and bridges are a woman’s problem if you will,” the Senator told the Bad Haircut. “Because oftentimes it is the woman — aside from commuting to work — who’s also taking children to schools or doing the shopping. And the more time that she spends on that road, the less time she spends doing things of higher value.”

Hold on to your IQ points as you watch Bill Cassidy tell Chuck Todd why the wimminfolk are meant for the easier things in life.



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