Brian Glenn, a commentator for the Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN), who is also the boyfriend of far-right Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, has been harshly criticized since insulting "liberal women" as the "ugliest women."
Glenn's comments came during a discussion with Christina Bobb, an attorney for former President Donald Trump, at a campaign event in Iowa. He asserted that conservative and Republican individuals are generally more attractive than their liberal counterparts.
You can hear what he said in the video below.
"I believe that conservative and Republican people are better-looking people."
"They're happy. They're joyous. They exercise. They get outside."
"They enjoy the outdoors. They're proud of themselves. They embrace their inner beauty and outer beauty."
Glenn went on to say that liberal women "tend to be some of the ugliest women I've ever seen," adding:
"I'm serious. I mean, zero makeup… well, they wanna be men. They take no pride in their dress, their attire, their makeup, their haircut."
"Half of them look like men. Hairy armpits, hairy legs. Come on."
"That is not embracing what it means to be a woman. They have demonized what it means to be a woman."
He then praised Bobb while further disparaging women on the other side of the political aisle:
"They don't dress like you, they dress like they're homeless...In all fairness, seriously, it's because they're unhappy, that's what's making them so ugly."
Many have condemned Glenn's remarks.
Greene confirmed her relationship with Glenn in April after The Daily Mailreported the two had been dating for about five months.
Greene called Glenn "a great resource" who has given her significant insight into her own relationship with the press because he's "explained a lot, like how things work."
Greene had asked for the media to "respect our privacy" after her husband Perry filed for divorce in September 2022. Perry Greene said the marriage is “irretrievably broken,” according to court documents.
He asked the Floyd County Superior Court to seal the divorce proceedings “because the parties’ significant privacy interest in sealing the records outweighs the public’s miniscule interest in access to said records.”