Speak ill of a woman, and you'll likely be labeled a misogynist — if you're a Republican, at least.
The same standard seems not to apply to Democrats, and pointing that fact out could earn hoots and hollers from those around you.
"You want to talk about [the] 'war on women,' why don’t we talk about the war that Democrats waged this week against the woman who heads the DNC?” asked GOP strategist Ana Navarro on ABC's "This Week" Sunday morning.
The response from the Democrats on the panel: loud groans.
Navarro was referencing the Politico article that laid out Democrats' complaints with Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, and as her fellow panelists derided her, Navarro fought through to drive the point home.
“If a Republican had gone out and talked about how somebody wanted to spend all this money on clothes and say all the gossipy things they said about Debbie Wasserman-Schultz — with the White House’s fingerprints all over it — you all would be screaming bloody murder,” Navarro said.
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