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Feminists Obliterate Federalist Writer on Twitter After She Claimed Wives Should Allow Husbands To Be Nasty Towards Them

by Ariana

Federalist writer Denise McAllister is no stranger to controversy. She has sparred with Megan McCain on Twitter and was recently fired for going on what can only be described as a hateful anti-gay Twitter rant.

In fact, conservative McAllister has had a pretty intense week. After tweeting about an incident involving her husband, a tv, some beer and a deep kiss, the internet SERIOUSLY came for her to tell her what a backwards, Stepford-Wife-wannabe she really is. People were not kind! Check out the tweet in question below. What do you think? Dutiful wife, or backwards as the mom from '19 Kids and Counting'?

It all started with this tweet. Denise's lesson to other wives reading along...

It all started with this tweet. Denise's lesson to other wives reading along...

Responses came in fast! Especially these by Dana Schwartz

Responses came in fast! Especially these by Dana Schwartz
via: Twitter
via: Twitter
via: Twitter

Dry heave is an understatement!

Dry heave is an understatement!
via: Twitter

Agree.

Agree.
via: Twitter

Agree again!

Agree again!
via: Twitter

Facts right here!

Facts right here!
via: Twitter

Living breathing nightmare.

Living breathing nightmare.
via: Twitter

LOL this is great.

LOL this is great.
via: Twitter

A guy who was watching figure skating would never act this way.

A guy who was watching figure skating would never act this way.
via: Twitter

THIS. RIGHT. HERE *APPLAUSE EMOJI*

THIS. RIGHT. HERE *APPLAUSE EMOJI*
via: Twitter

MMmmmm yes but 'woman' was out of line.

MMmmmm yes but 'woman' was out of line.
via: Twitter

Best!

Best!
via: Twitter

Not the same.

Not the same.
via: Twitter

There's respect and then there's BS

There's respect and then there's BS
via: Twitter

Now here is the tweets (directed toward Yashar Ali) that got Denise fired later on in the week:

Now here is the tweets (directed toward Yashar Ali) that got Denise fired later on in the week:
via: Twitter
via: Twitter
via: Twitter

This is not ok.

This is not ok.
via: Twitter
via: Twitter
via: Twitter
via: Twitter
via: Twitter

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