Also, I'd like to point out that the statement "all women are tens" has some... shall we say, interesting unintended implications.
1. Claiming that all women are equally amazing is quite easily disproven by the fact that are plenty of shitty women just like there are plenty of shitty men. The underlying assumption is that this is not the case.
2. Willis tries to deflect the above criticism by citing Tomi Lahren, though as previously, stated, that's more for ideological reasons than anything she's actually done to another human being. More importantly, though, there's a hidden implication that there are only a few isolated cases of bad women, rather than being the case that there are plenty of women who are neither perfect nor horrible.
3. This is basically the "virgin/whore complex" in a broader sense. "All women are perfect unless they somehow offend my sensibilities, then they're irredeemable."