Black women have been at the forefront of almost every progressive social movement in the United States.
Rosa Parks, a private citizen, lay in honor at the Capitol in 2005, the only woman to date who has done so.
Trump didn't comment on the comparison but said he agrees that there is "injustice" concerning the COVID-19 safety measures.
The economic pundit repeatedly made the shocking comparison as right-wing protesters railed against social distancing measures meant to save lives.
The right-wing talk show host was honored by the president with the Medal of Freedom on the worst possible day.
The memorial was unveiled on Sunday, the 64th anniversary of Parks' refusal to give up her bus seat for a white man.
Mattel is honoring the two historic icons as part of its Inspiring Women series.
"How freaking dare he?" one incredulous person asked.
The skit, “The Real Housewives of the Civil Rights Movement," didn't air but surfaced on TMZ.
Students should learn how these women were at the forefront of movements for liberation and resistance.