On February 23, 2015, Stephanie McMahon praised Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette for "having the courage to fight for #WomensRights on such a grand platform," thereby pushing a woman with no WWE association far more than she had ever pushed a female independent contractor.
On that same day, on WWE "Monday Night RRRAWWWW!", Emma and Paige wrestled the Bella Twins. Paige screeched at Nikki across the ring apron. Brie pushed her off the apron. Emma bent over through the ropes to check on her partner. Brie didn't roll her up, ending the match as the Diva matches invariably ended, with these inattentive bimbos succumbing to an opportunistic pin. If only there was a brain in those pretty little heads, eh?
Brie instead turned Emma around, kicked her in the gut, and planted her with a "match"-winning Bella Buster. The entire farce lasted 30 seconds - giving rise to the "#GiveDivasAChance" hashtag. AJ Lee famously called Stephanie out on her her bullsh*t, for which she was "thanked" on Twitter. Out of sheer spite, Nikki Bella soon ended her record reign with the Divas Championship.
Stephanie took direct credit for the Women's Revolution storyline, even though her searing hypocrisy indirectly inspired the movement - and has taken credit for virtually every happening of note since, making sure to don high heels to make emblematic the suggestion that she towers above everybody.
And now, she is set to commentate on the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble Match...