So Media Matters took offense to Tucker Carlson's series on "Men in America" and how, outside of the top 10 percent or so, men aren't not doing very well (which I've written about here and here). I guess Media Matters was trying to present a damning case against Carlson, but I don't know, it seems they did little but amplify his message:
So Tucker Carlson says true things. And also some edgy Youtubers said similar true things, but in a mean way. Thus, Tucker Carlson hates women and wants them barefoot, pregnant and in the kitchen, or something.
What is the big problem here? Tucker Carlson notes that male suicide is a huge problem? Well, it is. Is it that Carleson says divorce and fatherlessness are huge problems. Well, they are. Is it that he says there's a lot of anti-male coverage in the media and academia? Ummm, is water wet?
This is ridiculous guilt-by-association even though these Youtubers aren't even associated with Carlson. It's also ridiculous to conclude that just because Paul Joseph Watson and his ilk are opposed to modern feminism and are also edgy and in-your-face, that they therefore hate women. Paul Joseph Watson after all, goes on and on about all the abuse of women going on in Europe today by grooming gangs that the government actively covers up. Hmmmm, let's see what Media Matters has to say about that particular issue:
To quote that "fringe right-wing anti-feminist," imagine my shock...
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