Fox Co-Host Says Young Women Shouldn’t Vote Or Be On Juries Because “They Don’t Get It” (VIDEO)

On Fox News’ Tuesday’s episode of The Five, co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle had some harsh words for young women planning to vote in midterm elections: Stay home and go back to online dating instead. Guilfoyle also said:

“It’s the same reason why young women on juries are not a good idea. They don’t get it!” (source)

Earlier in the conversation, co-host Greg Gutfeld said that “with age comes wisdom” and the “older you get, the more conservative you get” while talking about young voters.

The dialogue blossomed into a discussion about how single, young women have a tendency to vote for Democrats and married older women lean toward Republicans. Guilfoyle’s justification for her statement was that young women lack the “life experience” that older women have — and it impacts their political views.

Here’s the video:

According to Guilfoyle, younger women aren’t worried about important issues like “paying the bills, doing the mortgage, kids, community, crime, education, healthcare.” Instead, the Fox co-host says:

“They’re [young women] like healthy and hot and running around without a care in the world. They can go back on Tinder or” (source)

This isn’t the first time Fox News has insulted young voters. Earlier this month, Outnumbered co-host Harris Faulkner said that young people should avoid voting if they “don’t know the issues.” Young voters are perhaps the biggest threat the Republican Party is facing right now, so it only seems natural that conservatives would do whatever they can to discourage them from showing up at the polls. However, insulting young women specifically — especially since the Republican Party has failed to connect with them on countless women’s issues — is a new low.