Ann Coulter Explains to ‘Sexist, Misogynist Pig’ Piers Morgan Why Men Shouldn’t Tell Women to ‘Calm Down’

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Conservative columnist Ann Coulter appeared on CNN with Piers Morgan Friday, where she explained why women shouldn’t be able to vote just minutes after calling the host a “sexist, misogynist pig.”

After watching the new “Voting Is Like Doing It” Obama advertisement, Coulter said the clip is a perfect illustration of why we should consider raising the voting age, and repealing the 19th Amendment.

“It’s going to be my exhibit henceforth for both of the groups I want to take the vote away from– young people and women, all in one combo platter,” she joked.  “It was a rash experiment and we should reconsider the 19th Amendment.”

After that, Morgan claimed Coulter called him a “sexist, misogynist pig” during the commercial break.

“Can you explain why?” he asked.  “What have I said that’s been remotely sexist?”

Calm down,” Coulter replied, imitating the host.

She explained:

It is the conservative female’s obligation to– I am not hyperventilating, I’m disagreeing with you, which apparently is insulting your teeny, tiny male ego.

It is the most insulting, condescending, sexist thing to say to a female– generally conservative– who disagrees with you.  No, it’s my obligation to back down and accept your point.  And if I don’t, “You’re not being calm.” ​ [Emphasis added]

Watch the clip, via Mediaite, below:

(H/T: Mediaite)