The woman veep Joe Biden advised
to buy a shotgun (and "fire two blasts outside the house" in the event of danger) in a recent town hall meeting is claiming the suggestion is an insult to women, reports National Review
Kate Ernest told FOX News' Megyn Kelly that Biden's remarks were "a little sexist," and little more than an invitation to be "a sitting duck" in a life-threatening situation. Ernest's complaint lies with Biden's supposed assumption that women need a guiding hand when it comes to placing them on a firearm.
"I think it was poor advice, and it comes off a little sexist," Ernest told Kelly. "Like, 'Let me tell you what you need' versus, you know, 'Arm yourself or protect yourself in a way that you feel necessary.'"
Via National Review