Here’s the real “War on Women”: daily life with the Islamic State

If you were to turn on MSNBC on any given day, you’d be sure to see one of their hosts (the ones who haven’t been cancelled yet) slamming someone in the GOP for waging a “war on women”. But if you want to see a real war, look no further than the treatment of women under the rule of the Islamic State. Truly, truly horrifying.

Transcript below:

GLENN: We look at them now -- I don't think radical Islam is enough. These are psychotic Muslims. And I think we need to start calling them psychotic Muslims, but that's not enough. Let me give you a litle bit of their psychosis and the real war on women. We are quite honestly grotesque. I find us so offensive as a -- my fellow countrymen, we are offensive. We are acting as if nothing in the world is going on, and we are talking about a war on women here, because we won't give them free condoms. Here's the real war on women. The western model for women failed according to a manifesto that gives insight into what daily life is like living with the Islamic state extremists. A guide says beauty salons and plastic surgery are the work of the devil.

STU: Well, we all know that.

PAT: If you have your hair done, that clearly is Satan at work.

GLENN: The document is also critical of shaving and women wearing things, "hanging from their ears".

PAT: Oh.

STU: The circular disks that come from the ears, they're from the devil.

GLENN: Just as the devil expelled our parents he takes away her clothes, wishing to bring her the paradise of covering and decency and encourage her the spend huge amounts of money to change God's creation. The document says females can marry from has young as 9.

PAT: That's not of the devil at all.

STU: No. Keep talk about the war on women here in the United States, though. 9-year-old marriages, but keep talk about what's her face? Sandra Fluke.

GLENN: From that point forward, the bride should remain hidden.

PAT: Of course.

STU: From just 9, to the rest of their lives they get to remain hidden -- but the first eight years, they are totally free to --

GLENN: Well, the wife is permitted to leave the house to study theology, visit a women's doctor or a teacher, if it has been ruled that she must fight or engage in jihad, because the situation has become so desperate.

PAT: She can leave the house to wear a suicide vest and blow up a synagogue or --

GLENN: If it's been ruled.

STU: How do they punish them if it has not been ruled and they went out

and blew themselves up?

PAT: You don't get your virgin men.

GLENN: The guide says women should be educated, cannot fill their roles if illiterate or ignorant. They should start their education at 7, but finish by the time they're 15. I mean --

PAT: Get married in between at 9. Kind of a full slate.

GLENN: You are busy birthing babies when 12. The life of the woman is sedentary and focused first and foremost of the confines of the house.

PAT: Tell my wife that, you are so sedentary. Could you do a little something, please?

STU: I wish this was funny. I wish it was funny and not real.

GLENN: Perverted ISIS millitants are trying to score Viagra to fuel their lust for brutal and abnormal sex, according to a report from activists and the terrorists groups main Syrian stronghold. The supposedly ultra conservative Muslim fundamentalists have been forcing women in the city of Raqqa to marry them and engage in savage sex acts that result in hospital treatment. They buy kinky lingerie, described in a report as strange underwear for their reluctant brides, a large section of ISIS members suffer from sexual abnormalities and brutal instinctive desire for sex. Several families have reportedly fled the city, one girl has committed suicide. In a related development, two British human rights groups Wednesday said ISIS kidnapped at least 3,000 women and girls last year from the areas it controls. Some victims were forced to marry terrorists. Others were sold into sex slavery.

STU: How much are they paying for the pill, though? I think that's a little bit for crucial.

GLENN: Do they give them free contraceptives? Maybe we can drop that from airplanes. The report said accounts firsthand accounts from victims who spoke secretly by phone in August revealed that ISIS fighters were raping women on a daily basis, with some of their victims begging the activists to arrange air strikes on their location, to end their lives.

PAT: It's unbelievable.

GLENN: One kidnapped girl who belongs to the minority religious group said she was among 350 girls transported to Syria and offered for sale, as if in a chicken market.

PAT: Does it surprise anyone how sick they are, though? If you are willing to cut people's heads off, willing to burn people alive and do all these things.

GLENN: You don't see people as people.

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Every year as Thanksgiving approaches, the fear of politics being brought up at the dinner table is shared by millions around the country. But comedian Jamie Kilstein has a guide for what you should do to avoid the awkward political turmoil so you can enjoy stuffing your face full of turkey.

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"I looked deeper and deeper into the topic, and I realized I hadn't been wrong [when] I'd called the author brave," Winston said of Ngo. "Not only was he brave, he'd been attacked by Antifa mobs in Oregon, and he was then attacked again ... he's unquestionably brave. And so my conscience really started to bother me ... I felt like I was in some way excusing the behavior of Antifa by apologizing for criticizing it. Which then made me feel, well, then I'm as bad as the problem because I'm sort of agreeing that it doesn't exist," he added.

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