Republican Women More Attractive Than Democrats, Pundits Say Praising MTG

Christina Bobb, an attorney-turned pundit who has supported Donald Trump, said there are more attractive women "on the conservative side" than the left as a host heaped praise on Marjorie Taylor Greene.

The remarks were made on Right Side Broadcast News (RSBN) during reporting on the former president's rally in Wisconsin.

Bobb worked in law, including a period in the Marine Corps as a Judge Advocate, before moving across to political punditry.

U.S. Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC held at the Hilton Anatole on August 05, 2022 in Dallas, Texas. Brian Glenn offered her as an example of a "beautiful" conservative woman. Brandon Bell/GETTY

Speaking to RSBN correspondent Brian Glenn live from Friday's rally, she said: "The men on the conservative side are alpha males, they drive big trucks, they hunt, they fish, they do all that.

"And the women love being women. They know what a woman is, they know how to dress, they know how to act, they take care of themselves. As a result you have attractive women on the conservative side."

Glenn agreed with Bobb's assessment, and offered Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene as an example.

He added: "I could not put it any better, and I'm glad you said it and not me. I don't want this to sound disrespectful at all but when you look at the conservative women in the movement right now; they're beautiful, they're strong, they're fit, they exercise.

"Marjorie Taylor Greene, follow her on Instagram and social media. She takes care of herself, versus a lot of the politicians on the left look pasty, like they've never gone outside for an ounce of sunshine."

Speaking to Newsweek, Glenn said he stands by the comments made on RSBN.

He said: "With the exception of Liz Cheney, the women that make up the GOP are all beautiful inside and out. I won't apologize for stating this fact."

A clip of the exchange was posted on Twitter by Ron Filipkowski, sparking anger and mockery from other social media users.

One wrote: "Sure, if you like your ladies without teeth.

Another added: "Truly beautiful women are those that lift other women up. Truly beautiful women shine a light on others and do so selflessly. This idea of conservative vs liberal women looks matter was spoken by a woman whose values are ugly."

A third said: "Conservatives always admire the superficial; how someone looks, how much money they have, etc. Democrats are all about character. We admire those who treat others with kindness and compassion. That's what really matters in life."

Trump held his rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin to support Tim Michels, who is fighting Rebecca Kleefisch for the Wisconsin governor Republican nomination in November's midterm elections.

In a highly-charged address he said: "This is the year we're going to take back the House, we're going to take back the Senate and we're going to take back America.

"And in 2024, most importantly, we are going to take back our magnificent White House, we're going to take it back."

Marjorie Taylor Greene, who was elected to represent Georgia's 14th congressional district in 2021, spent her Friday at a CPAC rally in Austin.

Talking about recent criticism she has faced, the Congresswoman said: "When I said that I'm a Christian nationalist, I have nothing to be ashamed of, because that's what most Americans are."

Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban also appeared at CPAC, where he told his audience "the globalists can all go to hell, I have come to Texas."

Orban's appearance was highly controversial after he used a speech in Romania to say Hungarians "don't want to be a mixed race".

In response Zsuzsanna Hegedus, one of Orban's advisers, resigned branding the speech "a purely Nazi diatribe worthy of Joseph Goebbels."

Newsweek has contacted Christina Bobb for comment.

Update 08/09/22, 2:06 a.m. ET: This article was updated with comment from Brian Glenn.