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The Media War on Conservative Women: Deneen Borelli Comments

Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli notes that “the mainstream media has it in for conservative women.”  While her debate partners suggest a general media bias against women in politics, Deneen notes that conservative women — including her — are “attacked much more harshly” than liberal women.  She also notes that the mainstream media does not fixate on radical comments by liberal politicians as much as they do about perceived radicalism on the part of conservative women.  Joining Deneen in this debate on the 7/3/11 edition of “Fox and Friends” on the Fox News Channel are Fox News contributor Jehmu Greene, Erin Vilardi of the group No Labels and co-host Dave Briggs.

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