Katie Pavlich Height

When you are handed something instead of having to work for it, you don't respect it as much.

American conservative commentator, author, blogger, and podcaster, Katie Pavlich is tall but you would find her height listed only around 5'4" to 5'5" on the internet, including Google.

That only goes to show how much you can trust these websites -- at least where a celebrity's height is concerned. Katie Pavlich is definitely far taller. Here is what Katie Pavlich said about her height on Twitter:

He sounds like quite the gentleman. I'm 5'9 and a size 6. 

After taking a look at Katie Pavlich, we have to say she surely looks to 5 feet 9 inches rather than 5'4".

The real height of Katie Pavlich is

5'9" or 175

Katie Pavlich standing with Chris Hemsworth and Gwendoline Christie
Katie Pavlich with Chris Hemsworth (6'3"), and Gwendoline Christie (6'3½")

Here are some more Katie Pavlich quotes:

Katie Pavlich on men and women -- in short humans.

When Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon for the first time and said the famous words, 'That's one small step for a man; one giant leap for mankind,' he was talking about all of us. Men and women.

Katie Pavlich on men's paternity leave.

I actually think it's a good thing that men also have the option to take leave. `Cause sometimes women are breadwinners in the family.

Katie Pavlich on different kinds of women.

I think if you have to make sandwiches to get a ring - you should do good things for your man, but I don't think I would do that.

Katie Pavlich on modern feminism.

Modern feminism cannot survive without victims.

Katie Pavlich on her family's history.

But I'm a daughter of the American revolution, my grandpa fought in World War II, I have lots of family members who were in the military, and it really just was part of growing up for me.

Katie Pavlich on teaching someone to fish, instead of giving someone a fish.

The way that you empower the poor to be able to live in those neighborhoods is not to just move them and give them something, give them the better neighborhood. You have policies that allow them to get out of the neighborhood permanently and afford that neighborhood through hard work.

Katie Pavlich on pro-life.

The pro-life movement is and has been led by women for decades. The history of the movement shows this, despite the current narrative about men 'controlling' or making laws about women's bodies.