Flashback: Carly Fiorina made fun of female candidate over her looks — Video

fiorina2The Democrat-media complex along with apologists for Carly Fiorina (like Meghan McCain) are making a big deal out of her response to Donald Trump’s “look at that face” statement in the recent CNN debate.

It turns out, however, that Fiorina once made fun of a female candidate’s appearance.  And it was all caught on video.  This was during her failed Senate campaign against Barbara “Don’t call me ma’am” Boxer.

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You can see that video below:

The video — and the hypocrisy — didn’t escape Trump.

“Last night I was very nice to her and some people thought I was being sarcastic,” he told Sean Hannity. “But actually if you look back at the records on Carly, she was brutal on Barbara Boxer. She was very nasty.”

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Of course there’s a double standard at play here, as Newsmax reported:

Cal State LA political science professor Dr. Raphael Sonenshein told CBSLA.com there is a difference between a man criticizing a woman’s looks and one woman criticizing another woman.

“In a slight way, in a weird way of gender dynamics, her making fun of her female opponent was not good,” Soneshein said. “But it’s a little bit different, when a bombastic guy like Donald Trump does it. It really had a whole extra dimension.”

Don’t forget to catch Steven Ahle’s series on Fiorina.  Parts one and two are already available…

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