On Tuesday's episode of Fox News' The Five, the show's co-hosts held a discussion about politics' "war on women." The conversation took an interesting turn, though, when co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle said that young women on juries "are not a good idea," and young women should "go back on Tinder or Match.com."
Guilfoyle's remarks came after Greg Gutfeld presented the common argument that people become more conservative as they age. Gutfeld said that younger women (and men) tend to vote for Democrats, to which Guilfoyle added that young women "don't get it" until they have the "life experience" of paying bills and having kids.
"They're, like, healthy and hot and running around without a care in the world," Guilfoyle said of young women. Mediate took Guilfoyle's remarks to mean that young women shouldn't vote in this year's midterm elections, since they apparently lack the "life experience" to understand political issues. On a previous episode of the show, co-host Harris Faulkner expressed a similar sentiment, saying that young people shouldn't vote if they "don't know the issues." --Meghan DeMaria