Megyn Kelly, FOX News reporter
Recently, Donald Trump made some disparaging remarks about Rosie O’Donnell being a “fat slob”, and naturally so the knee-jerk reaction to this comment by feminists was that it is an attack on women. Megyn Kelly herself, a conservative news reporter, identified such comments by the 2016 presidential candidate as being sexist.
Yet it’s only “sexist” when a man makes insults against individual women, not when the same man makes insults against individual men. What’s more shocking is the conservatives who are on board with the feminist movement, which seems awfully concerned about women’s issues while nothing at all about men’s issues (at least if you’re a straight cis male). Were Trump’s comments about Rosie O’Donnell distasteful? Absolutely. Were they sexist? Not at all. The same exact comment could be made against individual men.
I will reiterate that I do not support Trump’s statement about O’Donnell, but that’s not the issue at hand. It would be another story if Megyn just called him out for personal insults against Rosie and left it at that, but she didn’t do that, but instead she pressed on to accuse him of basically being a misogynist (a woman-hater). The fact of the matter is she ignored his insults against other men — perhaps intentionally — to perceive him as a woman-hater. By that logic, Trump must also be a self-hating man-hater (misandrist) and yes there is such thing as self-hatred. Adolf Hitler was a self-hating Jew; he may or may not have hated himself personally, but he wanted nothing to do with his Jewish identity in favor of his German identity. But this is what feminism does; it distorts facts into myths (e.g. the mythological wage gap that no longer exists in Western countries like the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and practically every Western country) for its own purposes. Might I add that Megyn Kelly also accused professional psychologist Dr. Keith Ablow of hatred for mentiong how transgenderism is enforced in the media as propaganda.
It eliminates the existence of attacks made by men against other men to make the appearance that all attacks made against certain women is somehow universally made on women; so, for example, if I get mad at somebody who happens to be a woman because she pulls out in front of me in traffic, then I — a man — must be sexist for getting mad at a driver who happens to be a woman, but forget all the times I get mad at men who do the very same thing to me. This is the same thing when Obama was running for president; all criticism of Obama was dismissed as racism; looks were being put over policy. The same can be said here in regards to gender/sex. This is the poison of the feminist movement and many conservatives hop on board the feminist train happily in attempts to “prove” to liberals that they are not sexists. This is a major problem. These conservatives are part of the problem, not the solution, and I know plenty of Republican feminists enough to the point I can say the GOP is also poisoned by feminism. Meghan McCain, the famous Arizona senator’s daughter, is one of them and unofficially the poster child of the Republican feminist movement which also aggressively pushes to abortion and homosexuality to the extent of calling them civil rights.
There is a YouTuber named TL;DR who is awesome at dispelling feminist logic. Might I add his videos have a considerable amount of swearing, so I suggest you view them at your own discretion.