‘Feminist Hags’ Blast Butker’s Pro-Woman Speech: MRCTV’s Mandelburg on OANN

Tierin-Rose Mandelburg | May 21, 2024
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On Monday, MRCTV’s Tierin-Rose Mandelburg appeared on One America News Network’s In Focus with Alison Steinberg to talk about Kansas City Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker's speech at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.

Since his speech on Saturday, May 11, in which Butker emphasized Christian principals and noted that a woman feels particularly satisfied with life when she starts a family, feminists and social justice warriors have come out of the woodwork to share their distaste and frustration with Butker’s pro-America, pro-woman, pro-Christ, and pro-life references.

As Steinberg noted, an op-ed published in the Kansas City Star suggested that Butker be replaced with a female kicker as a way to prove to him that women can be successful in careers outside of the home.

The thing is, Butker never said women couldn't have successful careers; he simply noted, with which most normal women would agree, that most women desire marriage, tradition, and starting a family. Butker also never said it was one or the other - but remember, the left thinks anything that has the slightest bit of Jesus or tradition rooted in it needs to be shut down.

Two ladies, or “feminist hags” as Mandelburg called them, insisted that what Butker said was “disrespectful” to women.

“I hope that he is canceled to hell and back and I feel so sorry that his wife has to sleep with him,” one of the old ladies on the “I’ve Had It Podcast” exclaimed.

Related: Kansas City Star: ‘Make A Statement' Replace Butker With Female Kicker

Both Mandelburg and Steinberg agreed that the take against Butker was “truly laughable," noting that it was insane for women to bash a man praising a woman for literally growing and birthing life. Mandelburg said that the “feminist hags" are professional victims who spend their lives doing nothing more than virtue signaling and complaining, and their complaints against Butker are rooted in jealousy.

Funnily enough, as Steinberg noted, the NFL sold out of Butker's women’s jerseys shortly following his speech.

Check out the segment!

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