SANDRA SMITH (CO-HOST): The gender wars are moving to the parking lot. Yet another city in China sparking accusations of sexism over the recent addition of some extra-wide pink parking spots -- you're looking at one of them -- designed specifically for women. The spots at a highway service area were designed for women whose, quote, “driving skills are not superb.” Two years ago, another Chinese city also added larger spaces, framed in pink. Critics say it perpetuates the stereotype that women are worse drivers than men. But some women drivers there say they actually like the larger spots in some cases. I don't know, I'll toss it to the mom across from me, Julie. You needed a bigger spot to open your doors if you've got kids in the car, unload the groceries. I mean what's wrong with this?
TUCKER CARLSON: Is it a stereotype or not? Are women worse drivers? Has science weighed in on this? I have no idea.
Wait, they have feminism in China already?
HARRIS FAULKNER (CO-HOST): Yeah, that's what we're exporting.
CARLSON: I'm just saying, it's like McDonald's and feminism, enjoy it.