Not being a feminazi myself I took little offense at Republican presidential candidate John Kasich saying on the campaign trail today, “How did I get elected? I didn’t have anybody for me. We just got an army of people who—and many women left their kitchens to go out door to door and put yard signs up for me all the way back when things were different. Now you call home and everybody’s out working, but at that time…it was an army of the women that really helped me get elected to the state Senate.”
One woman at the town hall meeting chided the mailman’s son, “Your comment about women came out of the kitchen to support you…I’ll come to support you, but I won’t be coming out of the kitchen.”
Good grief! All these SJW’s getting their feelings hurt—Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!
When asked about the comment, Senior Communications Adviser Chris Schrimpf insisted that Kasich’s remarks were completely benign.
“John Kasich’s campaigns have always been homegrown affairs,” said Schrimpf. “They’ve literally been run out of his friends’ kitchens, and many of his early campaign teams were made up of stay-at-home moms who believed deeply in the changes he wanted to bring to them and their families. That’s real grassroots campaigning and he’s proud of that authentic support. To try and twist his comments into anything else is just desperate politics.”
Kasich is not a misogynist; he’s just stuck in a time “way back when things were different” like maybe The Flintstones.