Liberals have been attacking singer Dolly Parton for not joining the #MeToo protests and arguing that she should be doing more for the movement.
However, Parton has a fiery statement of her own and smacked down her haters with a brutal reality check.
The 73-year-old country icon has been attacked by actress Jane Fonda and host Oprah Winfrey, and now her own sister is coming after her.
Stella Parton, who grew up with Dolly in Tennessee, argued this week that she’s “ashamed” of her sister for not being a more vocal voice of the movement against sexual assault and abuse.
“I’m ashamed of my sister for keeping her mouth shut,” Stella said.
“She can run it when it is about something else, but speak up about injustice, Dolly Parton. Speak up. And speak out. Defend women, and don’t just do it in a little song. Speak up,” she added.
Dolly responded with a message of her own for Stella and the Hollywood liberals who refuse to leave her alone and let her live her life.
During an interview with The Guardian, Dolly was asked if she is a “feminist” and supports the Women’s March.
“I don’t think … I mean, I must be if being a feminist means I’m all for women, yes. But I don’t feel I have to march, hold up a sign or label myself,” Parton said.
“I think the way I have conducted my life and my business and myself speaks for itself. I don’t think of it as being feminist. It’s not a label I have to put on myself. I’m just all for gals,” she added.
In typical Dolly fashion, she can kill people with kindness.
Without calling anyone out or getting upset, the county music legend simply argued that she doesn’t have to take part in anti-Trump events in order to support women’s rights.
Later in the interview, Dolly was asked if she’s ever experienced sexual harassment.
Below is her full response, which is pretty awesome.
I have, but I have always been able to maneuver because I come from a family of six brothers, so I understand men and I’ve known more good men than bad men. It’s a man’s world, and it’s not their fault any more than it is just life and … we have allowed it to happen. I think people now see that we’re here, and women are very important, and they need us, just as we need the men. But if someone was getting real aggressive with me, I’d scream or throw something at them. But, of course, I’ve been hit on – I’ve probably hit on some people myself!
Liberals continue to push Dolly to bash Trump, but she refuses to take the bait and firmly stands her ground every time.