Michelle Wolf’s ‘Comedy’ Reveals Just How Catty Woman-Vs-Woman Attacks Can Be

Written by Candace Hardin on May 3, 2018

The White House Correspondence Dinner last Saturday night was the finest example of how horrible, vicious and hateful women can be to each other.

While professing to want to raise and hold up their fellow woman, they smile sweetly to faces and stab their sisters repeatedly in the back.

Michelle Wolf’s monologue was a fine example of one professional woman ripping up her peers, not in a joking, tongue in cheek way, but in a hateful, vulgar and uninformed rant specifically designed to pointedly hurt selected lady’s feelings.

Her comments on abortion and Vice President Pence showed how ignorant and callous she was, cutting him both on his religious beliefs and the termination of a life.

Her callous remark about when you try abortion, you “have to knock it hard and get that baby out of there.”

The key word is BABY.

Abortion does terminate a life of a BABY. Regardless of the differing views on the subject and its availability, it does end a life.

Her comments on the women that support President Trump were pointed, naming and belittling to Sarah Huckabee Sanders and KellyAnne Conway.

While Wolf obviously does not support the President, and he declined to attend the hate fest dinner denying her a chance to spear him with hateful words in person, her tirade against the women in the White House was way out of line and not comedy.

The line of “What do you call an Uncle Tom white woman who disappoints other white women?”

How dare she try to represent white women with a race card reference, much less represent them as a group.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders is a fine example of an intelligent, successful lady.

Women like Wolf are simple harlots that have no respect for life, themselves or anyone else. They would be confused as to what to call a woman with class and grace, having no similar traits to compare to in themselves or their hat wearing non-equity, grab-a-chance-to-take-their-shirts-off, not-sure-why-they-are-upset, feminist peers.

The line “I never know what to call Sarah, Sarah Huckabee, Sarah Sanders, Aunt Sarah…” This is simple body shaming and fashion shaming of another woman, a reverse compliment that is designed to hurt the person.

KellyAnne Conway did not escape the razor blade tongue of this supposed comedienne. Wolf’s use of the metaphor of a tree falling in the woods on KellyAnne, not, she claimed, to hurt her, but so she gets stuck. Extremely unfunny and nothing that fits the measure of comedy.

The media loves to say that President Trump is a misogynous man. I guess that is why he has strong women like the First Lady, Sarah, KellyAnne, Nikki Haley, Betsy Devos, Linda McMahon, Elain Chao and Cathey McMorris Rod on his team, and raised a strong, smart independent daughter. Too bad they are guilty by association with a President that is keeping his campaign promises and making surprising things happen in the world.

Women will never get ahead as long as they are taught from birth to be in competition with each other.

Beauty contests are the worst influence on the female to female relationship. They are taught to compete for the attention and praise for the most superficial qualities.

Boys are taught team sports, and girls are taught to try and be the fairest of them all.

Just as that very phrase written on a golden apple launched a thousand ships in the Trojan War, women will scratch and cut each other to get the title of most beautiful. Most never realizing that beauty has to be both on the inside and the outside.

During the Watergate scandal and Richard Nixon’s presidency there were roasts and jokes as seen here in an old video of Rich Little’s take on the Commander in Chief.

It was a funny skit, but it did not lack respect, nor attack with verbal swords, and it was a time when Nixon was on the skids for his deeds.

Shame on Michelle Wolf, shame on those that clapped and encouraged her, shame on women for beating up other women.

So many years have passed since the Women’s Movement began, and things have only improved enough for women to work in their careers all day and run the house and family all night.

Things will never really change until women give each other their place of respect.

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Candace Hardin
Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on PolitiChicks.tv. and has a blog, kandisays.blogspot.com. Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.