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Feminist Wonders: Why Do Christofascist Godbags Keep ‘Dehumanizing’ Hillary?

Posted on | March 16, 2015 | 57 Comments

Melissa McEwan channels her inner Dworkin:

This is the most basic, primitive, unapologetic misogyny: Dehumanizing a powerful woman by calling her a monster.
A devil. A witch. A beast. A castrating fiend.

What set her off on this moonbat rant? Evidently, Kurt Schlichter and Kevin Williamson said Mean Things About Hillary. Now, let’s quickly flash back to February 2007:

[Democrat presidential hopeful] John Edwards . . . hired Amanda Marcotte of the blog Pandagon to be his blogmaster and Melissa McEwan of Shakespeare’s Sister to be his online communications person. If personnel is policy, let’s just say those two hires reflect the Edwards campaign’s desire to be “Queen C—of F—k Mountain” and “F—k BushCo.”
It’s not exactly the winning populist message John-Boy was shooting for, I reckon, and bloggers on the right side of the aisle recognized that immediately. . . .
By Wednesday, the Edwards campaign was fighting push-back on the picks that were supposed to grant him great Netroots power. Marcotte and McEwan were slammed for being anti-Catholic, outside the mainstream, and just plain vulgar. Edwards fired the two bloggers. . . .

Read the whole thing. The suggestion that Melissa McEwan has credibility to criticize others for “dehumanizing” rhetoric is laughable, but I did mention she’s a feminist, didn’t I?

“Especially important is the warning to avoid conversations with the demon. . . . He is a liar. The demon is a liar. He will lie to confuse us. But he will also mix lies with the truth to attack us. The attack is psychological, Damien, and powerful. So don’t listen to him. Remember that — do not listen.”
The Exorcist (1973)

Feminists are Satan’s craven slaves. Do not listen to them.

UPDATE: Crazy? Who you calling crazy?



57 Responses to “Feminist Wonders: Why Do Christofascist Godbags Keep ‘Dehumanizing’ Hillary?”

  1. Lulu
    March 17th, 2015 @ 11:27 am

    why are they always so physically repulsive? I get that they are crazy and angry, but it is strange that the least likely victims of “rape culture” are the ones most concerned about it…

  2. Adobe_Walls
    March 17th, 2015 @ 11:34 am

    Mere triumph of practical politics over inclination. Besides, not guilty of, doesn’t equal dehumanized. In fact I’d the various charges of various perfidies whether true or not are the only humanizing aspects of Hillary’s life. Sometimes hating the sinner for their sins is the only humanity they’re gonna get.

  3. Fail Burton
    March 18th, 2015 @ 2:38 am

    There are so many wonderful expressions of artistry in the world it’s heartbreaking to see what’s nothing more than a cult of hatred overtake and subsume its means of being put forward. With things ranging from the wondrous art of Abu Simbel to Annnie Lennox singing “You Must Be an Angel” alongside a mindbending harmonica solo by Stevie Wonder, to the raw emotion of Ray Bradbury’s “The Big Black and White Game,” to a swirl of paint by Van Gogh, the world provides a seemingly infinite canvas of things to weep for joy over rather than the bitter stew of manufactured and swinish rhetoric of intersectionalism. Anyone who’s engaged the world on that level of creative happiness can see these people for what they are: mentally addled hate mongers who want to drag the world down to the level of their own sociopathies. They have nothing to offer the world other than darkness.

  4. Steve Skubinna
    March 18th, 2015 @ 3:08 am

    But it is brilliantly polished darkness.

    SJWs are awash in hatred and misery, and can only achieve contentment by spreading it around. Only if the rest of the world is as mired in it as they are will they be happy.

    “Happy” in this case is only an approximation. It isn’t anything you or I would recognize as a healthy state.

  5. Quartermaster
    March 18th, 2015 @ 5:19 am

    Hillary dehumanizes herself. We simply have the temerity to notice and call attention to her behavior.

  6. Fail Burton
    March 18th, 2015 @ 6:07 am

    The other day a pack of social justice warriors on Twitter were making fun of a photo they’d posted because it showed 2 white guys posing with some black kids in Africa they’d helped in a charity. They were called “white saviors.” It made me think of all the people I’d met in Phuket a few years before the tsunami and how they’d all helped each other and how many were dead. I’ve come to realize these people who complain about one black person being mistaken for another as “institutional racism” and generally spreading their bile across the internet are not only profoundly broken but an abomination.

  7. Steve Skubinna
    March 19th, 2015 @ 3:31 am

    Progressivism is a lot like classic Calvinism. Salvation is not achieved by good works but by being one of the Elect. Therefore doing good in irrelevant so long as one displays the cultural markers of the Elect.

    One of Mitt Romney’s sons adopts a black child? Rather than give him kudos, mock him, and Mitt as well. And it’s all done by people who push policies that have nearly destroyed inner city black culture and trapped millions of blacks in poverty, crime, and ignorance. All this and they still strut and preen as superior beings.