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Fox News Host Outraged After Biden Dares To Say 'All Men And Women Are Created Equal'

Fox News Host Outraged After Biden Dares To Say 'All Men And Women Are Created Equal'
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A Fox News host is throwing a tantrum over a statement that the President made.

Fox News host Tammy Bruce went on the record dissing President Joe Biden for saying men and women "are created equal."

Watch the video here:

Biden was speaking on the Declaration of Independence at the first international Summit for Democracy when he changed the wording of the document to include the word "women."

He said:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all women and men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among them are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."

He continued:

“Democracy doesn’t happen by accident. And we have to renew it with each generation."
“In my view, this is the defining challenge of our time.”

Apparently, Bruce, a self-identified lesbian and "right-wing feminist," didn't like that.

She played the clip of Biden on Fox News and tried to drag him for changing the wording of the Declaration of Independence.

She said:

"Alright, you noticed how he added ‘women and men are created equal,’ not just ‘men'."
“It matters, right? That’s not what the Founders wrote.”

She then said, sarcastically:

“Apparently, the sacred words of our Founders weren’t inclusive enough for Sleepy Joe, so he corrected them."

Twitter users are rolling their eyes over Bruce's outrage.

This is far from the first time Bruce complained about inclusivity.

Bruce has a history of racism and even homophobia—which is odd, considering the fact she identifies as a lesbian.

Bruce began her feminist activism in the 1990s when she served as president of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW).

She was censured and removed from her position in NOW after the acquittal of famed footballer OJ Simpson. Simpson had been tried for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.

After his acquittal, Bruce began protesting against Simpson. She drew criticism from Black feminists over several racist statements Bruce allegedly made.

In response to the backlash, Bruce said:

“Race issues are not at the very top of my list."
“What I worry about are women. That’s what makes me a feminist.”

She also said in a later interview NOW shouldn't be "worrying about Black men."

Bruce also made some insensitive statements about President Barack Obama after his 2009 presidential inauguration, where she said “we’ve got trash in the White House.”

Bruce has also crossed into the realm of homophobia, when she openly defended homophobic radio talk show host Laura Schlessinger in the early 2000s after Schlessinger called homosexuality "deviant" and a "biological error."