Right-Wing Radio Host Calls Female CNBC Anchor A ‘Whore’ And A ‘Tramp’ For Doing Her Job (VIDEO)

If you thought Rand Paul was out of line when he shushed CNBC host Kelly Evens for challenging his stance on vaccines and taxes, you’ll be twice as outraged by what Paul’s best friend said about her on the air.

During his show on Tuesday, conservative radio host Alex Jones went off the rails in defense of the Kentucky senator, using the nastiest, most misogynistic language he could muster to attack Evens, beginning by calling her a “whore.”

“You realize you’re signing on to a system of murder, you little piece of trash, tramp, filth, scum woman,” Jones continued. “You arrogant piece of garbage! I’m sick of all you people up there lecturing us. She’s the type of woman that wants Super Bowl ads to say, ‘Sorry you had a boy.’ All a bunch of pinhead cult members.”

For the record, Evens was simply doing her job after Paul ignorantly claimed that vaccines cause children to develop mental disorders. His claims about vaccines are dangerous and irresponsible as the nation deals with a measles outbreak that continues to grow. Evens also had the guts to point out the many flaws in his corporate tax plan, which is basically a big handout to corporations.

But Jones focused on vaccines and went all anti-vaxxer during his offensive rant, accusing conservative media and liberal media of conspiring to lead Americans to the slaughter by urging them to vaccinate their kids against deadly viruses.

“Rachel Maddow, Obama, Fox News, Bill O’Reilly, all of them, attacking anybody that tells the truth. They’re just like, ‘There are no side effects, it’s totally safe, and it will protect you, you will not get the measles, if you get this shot.’ All pure bull. Doesn’t protect you. Can give you the measles — super dangerous… That’s what Obamacare is. It’s a bunch of forced inoculations, rationing the care. This is the same government that puts troops on secret no treatment lists to die. They don’t have the moral authority to tell us anything with their history of secret testing and the rest of it! It’s sick! It’s a sick joke! Man — these people make me want to throw up.”

Here’s the video via Media Matters.

With a friend like Jones in his corner, Rand Paul’s 2016 chances have to be in the toilet now if they weren’t already. You can’t treat female media personalities in a condescending way for challenging you and then sit back and allow your crazy right-wing buddy to bully them using the worst anti-woman language possible without losing a lot of support for your presidential campaign. At this point, Paul’s best move would be to condemn Jones and his rant and then back away from him entirely. Paul may not have said these vile words himself, but they were said by his most vocal supporter, and therefore, it’s his responsibility to clean up the mess. He can start by personally apologizing to Kelly Evens.

Featured Image courtesy of Media Matters.