That’s subtle. Said no one ever.

The women signing onto to this warning include Democratic operatives like Valerie Jarrett — the Obama associate and surrogate for the Biden campaign, multiple individuals associated with Planned Parenthood, Hilary Rosen — a longtime Hillary Clinton operative, and representatives from other Democratic and liberal entities like Emily’s List and NARAL.

As someone who has spent most of her adult life dealing with improving the condition of women’s lives and how we are perceived, I know there are legitimate issues women face every day in business, politics and our regular everyday lives. Sexism exists, and how media treats us is a necessary issue to confront, but that’s not what’s happening here.

What’s being attempted by these Democratic women operatives is the ultimate in sexism — a demand that Democratic women in the arena, of any complexion, be treated differently, as though they can’t handle the heat. The Democrats have established an environment where people’s lives are destroyed with one accusation of racism or sexism and now that danger is weaved into this warning. It is meant to make reporters, producers and executives unsure and even afraid about who and what to cover lest they become a target of the woke, and now violent, mob.

It is especially ironic that it is Democratic women once again waving the feminist flag of worry about how women are covered and perceived. We have spent years watching them attempt to rip apart and disappear First Lady Melania Trump and her work. Mrs. Trump is either mocked or ridiculed by Democrats and their legacy media when she appears in public, or she is ignored. Women too often know what it’s like to be “disappeared” in one way or another by abusers when they don’t conform.

Ivanka Trump, an accomplished businesswoman in her own right and senior adviser to President Trump, works constantly and successfully on issues facing the previously forgotten men and women of this country. She, too, is regularly and personally derided and condemned by Democrats and the media, or her work is simply ignored.

Black women who are not Democrats, who are pro-life, or who may support President Trump, are also regularly blasted, mocked or disappeared by Democratic operatives and the media (but I repeat myself).

They complain in their media missive that stories about women being “inadequate leaders” is a problem (are they anticipating something?). Here’s a newsflash: Some women are inadequate leaders. The nation watches as Chicago’s Lori Lightfoot, Seattle’s Jenny Durkin and Oregon’s Kate Brown preside over the destruction of cities into dystopian hellscapes. As more and more women move into powerful positions, we only become powerful leaders when we are not treated as infants, coddled and protected from legitimate criticism.

Conservative women know how to handle personal and unfair coverage because that’s what they mostly receive. What’s absurd here is the Democratic gang that treated Sarah Palin like a piece of meat on the Serengeti is now lecturing about the importance of treating women in the arena fairly. But only for those who conform and obey no matter how bad their policy.