“Fox & Friends” co-host Ainsley Earhardt wants you to know that even though nearly 1,200 Americans are dead from coronavirus, the national lockdown needs to end because she can’t get her hair and nails done, and that’s the real crisis that’s taking place across the United States, not the pandemic.
On the Thursday edition of the Fox morning show, Earhardt was discussing President Donald Trump’s plans to end the administration’s social distancing policy as soon as Easter, and she encouraged him to do so, remarking:
“Women, all my friends are saying, you know, this is not a priority, people are dying and I realize that, but they can’t get their nails done.”
How dare people have the audacity to get sick and die when there are women who need get their nails done! What are all these selfish people in the hospital in respirators thinking as they cling to life? Don’t they know they’re obstructing progress?
“all my friends are saying you know, this is not a priority, people are dying and i realize that, but they can’t get their nails done” pic.twitter.com/UnkqFdvvmp
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) March 26, 2020
Earhardt went on to tell her fellow co-hosts that there were other ways so many states being shut down is impacting her, whining:
“But I was thinking, you know, we all ― I live in the city ― you can’t go back to the city. You can, but I don’t want to because I don’t want to be around the area that’s affected the most. But I’m thinking like, all the bills that are stacking up at my apartment, you gotta think about that kind of thing. If you bought clothes before all of this happened, if you want to return it, are stores gonna waive that 30-day period where you get your money back if you need to return something?”
Before the segment ended, Earhardt continued to lament how tough things were for her and her spoiled, entitled friends:
“Y’all don’t think about this, guys ― this is not a priority ― but women have to get their hair done. I saw someone tweet, ‘You’re gonna see what color our real hair is because our roots are gonna grow in.’ Women, all my friends are saying, you know, this is not a priority, people are dying and I realize that, but they can’t get their nails done. Businesses are closed everywhere right now, we’re in priority mode right now. It’s pharmacies and grocery stores, those are really the only places people are going now.”
Here’s a thought: Maybe Ainsley Earhardt should travel to someplace remote and untouched by coronavirus. Like a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. And once she gets there, she needs to stay.
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