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Why Do Feminists Hate Trump? Because Feminists Hate America

Posted on | December 22, 2016 | 1 Comment

“We’re confused and depressed, disgusted and heartsick,” Jessica Valenti declares in her latest Guardian column, and by “we,” of course, she means Democrats, feminists, and everybody else who hates America.

That’s all feminism really is — hate. Feminists don’t just hate men. Feminists hate God. Feminists hate babies. More than anything else in the world, however, feminists hate America. They hate freedom and opportunity, they hate cops and soldiers, they hate people who work hard to support their families, they hate the flag and the Constitution.

Where did feminism come from? It emerged from the far left-wing fringe of the anti-American, pro-Communist “New Left” of the 1960s.


Foul-mouthed, disrespectful, dope-addicted, degenerate hippie scum.

The very worst people in the country — lazy, dirty, draft-dodging Commies —  gave rise to the so-called Women’s Liberation Movement, which derived from its origins a fundamental bias against everything good and decent in American life. Feminism is a curse inflicted on our society by all those weirdos who were tripping out on LSD, waving the Vietcong flag at protest marches and shouting their support for Ho Chi Minh. Feminists have always hated America, and just can’t understand why the rest of us don’t embrace their evil crypto-Marxist ideology.


Amanda Marcotte says 2016 was a “Great Year for Feminist Pop Culture,” but is mystified by the “backlash” against Hillary Clinton:

Sady Doyle . . . argued that this politicization process started in 2014, with a movement called Gamergate, an online effort to hound and harass women in the video game industry that were perceived as feminists or overly critical of sexist imagery in video games.
Gamergate “was easy to write off,” Doyle argued over email, because, “It was nerd stuff; it was a bunch of feminists complaining about their comment sections or their Twitter notifications, and there’s absolutely nothing people are more eager to write off than a woman’s story of being harassed.”
But while many liberals and mainstream media observers shrugged it off, conservatives like Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos — whose old boss, Stephen Bannon, is now Trump’s chief strategist — and conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich saw political potential in it. These men openly saw Gamergate as an opportunity to recruit young men to hard right politics.

Just keep telling yourself that, Amanda. Cheer yourself up by killing some more babies and falsely accusing more college boys of rape, and blame all the “backlash” on Bannon and Milo and the “alt-right.” Whatever.

The entire feminist movement was aligned to elect Hillary Clinton in 2016, and their deliberate hate-mongering was exceeded only by their deliberate fear-mongering. Oh, Donald Trump was so scary!


The “graveyard of American values”? Really, Ms. Ochs? If partial-birth abortion and welfare for illegal immigrants is your idea of “American values,” maybe so. And what’s this about “lynching”?


Who is this Robyn Ochs person? So glad you asked:

When Massachusetts became the first state to legalize same-sex marriage in 2004, one of the first women to become a lesbian bride was Robyn Ochs. Despite her marriage to Peg Preble, however, Ms. Ochs does not call herself a lesbian. In fact, she is a longtime advocate of feminist bisexuality . . .
Like all feminists, Ms. Ochs condemns heterosexuality as part of a compulsory “system” by which men (yes, all men) oppress women (yes, all women). . . .
Such was the “feminist consciousness” imparted to Robyn Ochs in the 1970s when, as a teenage college student, she took a women’s studies class. Later, when she was in her 20s and “considering a relationship with a woman,” Ms. Ochs “began to see the relevance of feminist theory . . . to my own life.” . . .

You can read the whole thing at The Patriarch Tree.

Just the facts, ma’am . . .



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