Last month I visited Santa Cruz, California and for the entire three days the front page of the local newspaper and the local TV newscasts featured a dramatic story that proves how ridiculous it is to pretend that women can do all men's jobs. It's feminist dogma that males and females are always interchangeable.
A prisoner named Maurice Ainsworth, who had a history of anti-police violence and was facing a life sentence, was being escorted to the hospital for an MRI test by a policewoman. Ainsworth is 6 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 275 pounds, while the policewoman is only 5 feet 3 inches and weighs 120 pounds. That means the prisoner was a foot and 2 inches taller and nearly 2-1/2 times as big. The local television showed silhouettes of the two figures, and anybody could see that giving this assignment to the woman was just plain nuts. So, surprise, surprise, the prisoner punched the policewoman in the face, grabbed her Taser, shocked her to the ground, grabbed her gun and escaped. During the manhunt before he was recaptured, the prisoner invaded a preschool and a private residence.
After the local TV eyewitness newscast showing the prisoner and the policewoman side by side, clearly illustrating the gross difference in size, the female newscaster (who is obviously infected with feminist silliness) said, "Obviously, no one is questioning her [the policewoman's] capabilities." Well, yes we are. It's just plain ridiculous to pretend that it's safe to assign a woman to control a male prisoner 2-1/2 times her size. After this event, the sheriff announced he is reevaluating procedures. I'll bet he is; but I also bet he won't admit that reevaluation is caused by the stupid feminist notion that men and women should be always treated the same.
Listen to the radio commentary here: