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On neo-con female pundits and NeverTrump-ism

19 Aug

the “Never Trump” brigade is staffed largely by women. I contend therein that the rise of Donald Trump and the reassertion of patriarchy it expresses is seen (quite rightly) by Megyn Kelly, Sarah Rumpf, Amanda Carpenter, Michelle Fields, Dana Loesch, S.E. Cupp, Ana Navarro, et al., as a threat to their current pundit supremacy. And then Kat Timpf announced to the world from her perch at Fox News that Trump’s August 15 press conference would have precipitated a flood of hot tears, but she was compelled to control herself because “I have too much eye makeup on to start crying right now.” I am not, as the kids like to say, making this up.

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9 responses to “On neo-con female pundits and NeverTrump-ism

  1. Socially Extinct

    August 19, 2017 at 12:17 pm

    As a man, nothing earns 21st Century woman’s disdain as much as demonstrating immunity to Female Power Moves.

    President Trump exudes this immunity.

     
  2. feeriker

    August 19, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    “Conservative” female pundits = anti-abortion left-wing feminists.

    Really, the anti-abortion stance is the only significant difference between “conservative” women and their liberal-feminist sisters – and even the anti-abortion plank is negotiable.

    Honestly, I can’t think of one single female “pundit” on either side of the political divide who has ever had anything original or sensible to say about ANYTHING. In fact, just by opening their mouths or putting their fingers to keyboard, they prove only that they are a sop to the feminists, an AA/EO hiring move, or eye candy for male viewers and readers. There is ZE-RO reason for any intelligent adult to take them seriously.

     
    • Will S.

      August 19, 2017 at 7:00 pm

      And they’re not even reliably, consistently anti-abortion; recall recently there was some conservative female pundit who ‘came out’ as pro-choice, I think her name is Tami Lauren or something.

      Yeah, I’m pretty sure they’re just hired for those reasons. And they’re not all even that good-looking; Kat Timpf is just an average bottle-blonde plain Jane. Nothing special, but they get pushed on a drooling, desperate male audience; you should see the beta grovelling on her Twitter feed…

      It’s like Hollywood.

      Previously, men got to fantasize about stunning, truly glamourous and gorgeous actresses like Greta Garbo, Lauren Bacall, etc.

      Now, females have power, and want to see women no more attractive than themselves, so they give us Anna Paquin. And Amy Schumer.

       
      • Will S.

        August 19, 2017 at 7:03 pm

        And Kat Timpf on the Neocon News Network.

         
      • feeriker

        August 20, 2017 at 12:05 am

        Nothing special, but they get pushed on a drooling, desperate male audience; you should see the beta grovelling on her Twitter feed…

        I don’t doubt that for a second (I don’t do Twitter, so I’ll just take your word for it).

        Pathetic. No wonder that even “conservative” women are spreading their legs for asshole-badboy douchebags. The “conservative” movement is mostly a testosterone-free wasteland.

         
      • Will S.

        August 20, 2017 at 12:35 am

        I don’t have a Twitter account myself, either, but I used to, and I’ve been poking around a bit lately.

        Politics seems to me to attract two types of people: those who see a way to get ahead in life through it, and those who are idealistic; many of the latter are nerd types, in my experience. (I include myself, at least in the past, in my observations; I was way nerdy in high school, introverted, and socially inept.) And nerds are often much less masculine than others, though not always.

        Evangelicalism is also full of beta boys, and females in that world often end up falling for bad boys who turn their crank in a way the betas obviously cannot. And of course, there’s much overlap between the evangelical and political conservative world…

         

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