Wow, what's with Juan William's War on Women?
— Dennis Miller Show (@DennisDMZ) August 29, 2012
Other Twitter users swiftly called out the sexist Williams as well, and it continues today. Of course, there is some awesome snark about the term “corporate wife” as well.
John Kerry is a corporate wife.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) August 29, 2012
Solyndra is the corporate wife that America was forced into an arranged marriage with.
— Demetrius Minor (@dminor85) August 29, 2012
— FloridaJayhawk (@HouseCracka) August 29, 2012
I don't know what "corporate wife" means, but Juan Williams is about to find out what corporate pink slips look like.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) August 29, 2012
Is a "corporate wife" something your company gives you as part of the benefits package, like a "company car"?
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) August 29, 2012
— MayDay2744 (@mayday2744) August 29, 2012
The “real reporter” actually doubled down on his misogynist remarks today, in a failed backpedal attempt.
Watching @TheJuanWilliams double own on his idiotic "corporate wife" comment…Hey Juan, do you feel the same about the Obama's????
— Dagny Taggart (@Indepgirlism) August 29, 2012
— Southern With Sass (@LilSouthernSass) August 29, 2012
Good, little lapdog! Feeling the heat, the “real reporter” not only doubled down on air today, but in writing.
— Juan Williams (@TheJuanWilliams) August 29, 2012
@fxnopinion Extremely disappointed with Juan making the comment about corporate wife. I used to think he was better than that!
— Sick and tired (@dblozik) August 29, 2012
Warning: Reading it may cause wrinkles due to your mouth being twisted in disgust. Man up, Juan. At least be honest about your sexism.
— RB (@RBPundit) August 29, 2012
And instead of parroting leftist misogyny and class warfare rhetoric nonsense, try opening your eyes to what President Obama has done and is doing.
As a battered taxpayer, it sucks being Solyndra's corporate wife.
— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) August 29, 2012
Bingo. But that is par for the course, for lapdogs.
Randi Rhodes cheers Juan Williams on.
— Randi Rhodes (@randiradio) August 29, 2012
We are just surprised Randi didn’t suggest that Ann Romney’s ovaries be cut off; you see, Randi believes that she is the arbiter of who deserves ovaries. Only the “right kind” of women do. Definitely not “corporate wives” or “just moms.”
War on Women? It comes from the Left and always has.