May your life flashing before your eyes at the end of your life be less disturbing than this supercut of all the times Fox & Friends' Gretchen Carlson had to endure her co-hosts' blatant sexism on air. Bloomberg Politics put together the video after Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes that also alleged misconduct by her co-host Steve Doocy.
"HR is on the phone because you called me a skirt," she says in one clip to Doocy, who in another clip she calls a sexist.
"But I'm a jest sexist," he responds, laughing like the dimwitted idiot he is.
"Jest in time," adds the clueless host to her left. Helpful contribution, tweedle-dum.
What's that saying about there being truth in jest? Does that quote end with a smart woman grinning through her teeth while she pushes through a bog of male-driven douchebaggery?
Naturally, the internet blames
all of society leading up to this point the woman.
One youtube personality whose qualifications to have an opinion on this start and stop at unboxing luxury items said, "Hard to feel sorry for someone who would work there in the first place."
Yes, we know Fox News is America's leader in going backwards, but what are women supposed to do, not even try? We can't let the ignorant pervs hold microphones unchallenged.
At one point, Carlson pretended to call HR on her co-anchor on air.
The next step is to make that call to HR with an actual phone.