Congressional trifecta against women today: 1) Blocking great nominee, 1st African American woman AG, for longer than any AG in 30 years…— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 16, 2015
...2) Playing politics with trafficking victims… 3) Threatening women's health & rights.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 16, 2015
"She's waging a war on men," panelist Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery argued on the Fox show. "While she's trying to gather the women's vote, there's a bunch of dudes sitting around going 'Hey wait a second, I'm just trying to get a job, pay my mortgage and support my family. She's completely against me and my kind.'"
"I didn't want it to be about gender at all, but she's making it divisive," Kennedy added.
Fox host Harris Faulkner concurred.
"An extension to what you're saying, Kennedy, is some of these women are with those men," Faulkner said. "Maybe they don't need a champion that looks just like them. They need a champion that will treat everybody fairly -- so if they're with these men that also need jobs, everybody wins."
Oddly enough, it was the "One Lucky Guy" on the "Outnumbered" panel who argued that Hillary's focus on women's issues wasn't a weakness.
"I think the women's stuff and the arguments she's gonna make on that front are gonna help her, net-net," guest Guy Benson said. "I think the problem is she's just not a particularly likable person. She is a much worse liar than her husband. So she's vulnerable, but I don't think it will be because of the 'girl power' thing."