“he explained the problem with what he had termed “rabid feminism” — using Madonna as an example:
Let me get this absolutely straight: Madonna, a multi-millionaire pop star with the means to finance any of her many warped desires, has thought ‘an awful lot’ about bombing the home of the President of the United States?
It’s a very serious criminal offence to make a bomb threat, let alone one to the life of the President.
If you, or I, were to say that in a public forum, then we would be almost certainly be arrested, charged and jailed.
Don’t believe me? Try tweeting a bomb threat or saying it as you board a plane. Even if you’re ‘joking’, you’ll be prosecuted.
Morgan then explained that he himself identifies as a feminist — but those who advocate extremes, the “rabid feminists,” were not acceptable:
How, though, does this disgusting comment sit with the theme of the Women’s March?
How does threatening to assassinate Donald Trump, and all his White House staff for that matter, play into the narrative of ‘End the hate!’ or ‘Love Trumps hate!’”