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GOP Congresswoman Tells Republicans to ‘Grow a Pair of Ovaries and Get the Job Done’

By Craig Bannister | January 12, 2018 | 4:26pm EST
Rep. McSally: "I'm a fighter pilot and I talk like one." (Screenshot)

“I’m a fighter pilot and I talk like one,” Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) declared a day after reports of President Donald Trump referring to certain countries as “sh*tholes” sparked controversy.

In a YouTube video posted Friday advocating “national security, economic security, and border security,” McSally brags she told Republicans to “Grow a pair of ovaries”:

“Like our president, I’m tired of PC politicians and their B.S. excuses. I’m a fighter pilot and I talk like one.”

“I told Washington Republicans to grow a pair of ovaries and get the job done.”

McSally served 26 years in uniform, retired a U.S. Air Force colonel in 2010, as is the first female pilot in U.S. history to fly in combat and the first to command a fighter squadron in combat.

During her military career she fought, and won, a battle against Saudi Arabia’s dictate that she wear a long, black robe over her uniform while stationed in the country:

“I absolutely refused to bow down to Sharia law. After eight years of fighting, I won my battle to fight for the religious freedom of servicewomen.”

 

 

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