Right-wing expert Candace Owens recently expressed outrage that Disney cartoon character Minnie Mouse would dare wear a trouser suit.
It threatens the very "fabric of our society!" she complained to Fox News on Wednesday after hearing about Minnie's planned scandalous attire.
The wild rodent will temporarily wear a new trouser suit - designed by Stella McCartney - which will be worn by an artist in a Minnie Mouse costume in March at Disneyland Paris to mark the park's 30th anniversary and in recognition of Women's History Month.
Owens slammed the chaos in such a move on "Jesse Watters Primetime," insisting that it is a disturbing, planned distraction from more serious problems that threatens to tear Western culture to pieces.
"They take all these things that no one was offended by and feel they have to get rid of them and ruin them," Owens raged.
"Because they're bored, they're absolutely bored, they're trying to destroy the structure of our society and pretending there's problems. That's so everyone's looking over here, look at Minnie Mouse, do not look at inflation, Jesse. Look at "Minnie Mouse, the world is moving forward because we got her in a pantsuit. Do not forget that we can not go to the grocery store and buy a piece of bacon unless you have $ 30 in your pocket."
Minnie first appeared on screen almost a century ago and typically wears a red and white polka dot dress, which is hardly a la fashion.
Fox has been hanging on to female cartoon characters lately. Host Tucker Carlson complained last week that the recently renewed female M&M characters were a "turnoff." Before you know it, "you would not want a drink with any of them," he whimpered. "The brown M&M has 'quote' shifted from high stilettos to lower block heels - also less sexy."
Later on "The View" co-host Ana Navarro said: "If you want a drink with an 81-year-old candy, you have much bigger problems than what [shoes] it's like that. "
There was also plenty of pushback on Owens.