'Feminist' Cher Mocks Sarah Sanders' Appearance In Sexist Tweet

Iconic singer and performer Cher has been lauded as a powerful feminist by the Left. She consistently posts about the wretched and sexist GOP — specifically President Donald Trump — and often parrots widely-debunked feminist myths, like the so-called "gender wage gap."

But, as is the case with so many "feminists" on the Left, conservative women don't count among the "gender oppressed"; instead, these lesser women and traitors to the sex often receive the Good Feminists' scorn.

On Tuesday, for example, Cher took a sexist swipe at White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders' clothing choices.

"Would someone please tell Sarah Huckabee Sanders to stop dressing like a sister wife," Cher posted on Twitter.

Ironically, Sanders is only the third female press secretary in our country's history (two of the three were under Republican presidents).

Other loud-mouthed leftist "feminists," such as comedian Chelsea Handler, have attacked Sanders based on her appearance, too. Handler posted this sexist and terribly unfunny video at the press secretary's expense, last month:

Other conservative women have been mocked, too. The first woman in U.S. history to run a successful presidential campaign, White House advisor Kellyanne Conway, was mocked by liberal late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night.

Daily Wire's Paul Bois reports:

Jimmy Kimmel brought back his disgusting, mangled-face puppet of Conway to lampoon the anniversary of President Trump.

The unfunny and wholly mean-spirited segment featured the mangled-face puppet Conway in the White House press room partying it up with vodka while shouting a torrent of nonsensical "Trumpiphets" at the comedic host.

Aside from blasting her looks, a gross departure from the attractive lady that is the real Kellyanne Conway, Kimmel also took aim at the outfit she wore to Trump's inauguration last year — the red, white and blue Gucci coat adorned with feline appliqué buttons.

Remember, kids: feminism is all about empowering women, unless they happen to be conservative. Then you can launch sexist attacks on them and exclude them from your horrific and utterly pointless marches.

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