Cheryl Rios, CEO of Go Ape Marketing in Dallas, has a message for all you Hillary Clinton supporters. There is no way that you can be a good President of the United States if you are a female.
What makes this statement more of a head-scratcher than if someone like Ted Cruz said it, is the fact that Rios herself is a woman of power.
Her company comes highly regarded by CBS Radio and a variety of other companies, with a representative from the latter saying that Cheryl Rios is “a straight-forward, honest, hard-working professional… passionate about her clients and demands only the best when working together.”
“She is open to creative ideas, working with third parties, and strives to make sure the needs of her organization are met,” the rep says.
But Cheryl is not open to the idea of a woman President. In her words, from a Facebook post reacting to news that Hillary Clinton would be running for POTUS.
“If this happens — I am moving to Canada. There is NO need for her as she is not the right person to run our country — but more importantly a female shouldn’t be president. Let the haters begin… but with the hormones we have there is no way we should be able to start a war. Yes I run my own business and I love it and I am great at it BUT that is not the same as being the President, that should be left to a man, a good, strong, honorable man [sic].”
The Facebook account of Cheryl Rios is protected and has 1,000 followers. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get clearance to see what kind of feedback she was getting from her followers, but CBS Dallas-Fort Worth ran with the story, and their commenters were less than receptive.
“This woman is a big steaming idiot. I think she should move to Canada like, now. Then she can embarrass Canadian women with her ignorant nonsense.”
“Does this idiot not realize that Hillary is well beyond the point where hormones would affect her? LOL! Not to mention, Hillary was Secretary of State and has more than proven herself as being level-headed and capable.”
“She advises in public relations… public relations. Like, relationships with the public. Mind boggling.”
What do you think of Cheryl Rios and her thoughts on the viability of a woman President? Are women capable of doing the job as good as or better than a man? Sound off in the comments section.