BOOM! Watch Ronda Rousey SILENCE Feminist!
Over the weekend, UFC Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey was asked a loaded question regarding the so-called “gender wage gap” by a feminist reporter in Australia, and her answer received thunderous applause after she single-handedly destroyed the liberal fairy tale regarding difference in wages between men and women.
Thanks to her impressive career, Rousey has been launched into the spotlight as a cultural icon this past year, and with her new-found fame, reporters have tried to get her to weigh in on contentious issues. Fortunately, the lady warrior appears to hold strong conservative views, and it was evident when an Australian feminist reporter asked her about wage inequality between men and women in sports.
“I think that how much you get paid should have something to do with how much money you bring in,” Rousey said. “I’m the highest paid fighter not because Dana and Lorenzo wanted to do something nice for the ladies — they do it because I bring in the highest numbers.
“They do it because I make them the most money,” added Rousey. “And I think that the money they make should be proportionate to the money they bring in.”
BOOM! Just like that, she obliterated the entire idea behind perceived “income inequality,” for which liberals believe the cure is nothing more than another moonbat, feel-good proposal that rewards people based solely on physical attributes rather than achievement. Common sense tells us that people are paid based upon their value to a company, so no, Australian women’s soccer players aren’t going to make as much as Australia’s male soccer players simply for the fact that nobody watches Australian women’s soccer, but I don’t expect these femi-nazi types to understand such simple reasoning.
Kudos to Ronda for shutting down that reporter’s loaded question and standing up for what she believes in. I’m glad to see she has common sense and allows reason to guide her rather than emotions. Perhaps if more women like her took a similar stand, we could do away with modern feminism altogether. Wouldn’t that be nice?