Dear Men: The ‘Anti-Men’ Movement Is Exploding – Could Morph Into Something ‘Bigger Than The Tea Party’

Written by K. Walker on February 10, 2018

With the ‘MeToo’ and ‘TimesUp’ movements and all the disgruntled feminists that longed for Hillary to be president, is there a massive backlash against men brewing?

What does this mean for Republicans — long accused of being misogynistic for not hating men — in 2018 and 2020?

The warning of impending doom is coming from none other than Steve Bannon, President Trump’s former Chief Strategist. He calls it an ‘anti-patriarchy’ movement and warns that it could be bigger than the Tea Party movement.

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Really? Bannon thinks that it could get that big?

Steve Bannon has a dire warning for President Donald Trump: The “anti-patriarchy movement” is going to dramatically alter the power structure in the U.S.

“I think it’s going to unfold like the tea party, only bigger,” the former White House chief strategist told Bloomberg News. “It’s not Me Too. It’s not just sexual harassment. It’s an anti-patriarchy movement.”

He added: “Time’s up on 10,000 years of recorded history. This is coming. This is real.”
Source: CNBC

Do you think that Bannon is right?

Or is he wrong on this just like he was with Alabama Senate contender, Roy Moore?

The Nasty Women’s March has been huge and the treatment of men in society has shifted dramatically in just a few months.

Of course, there is also a backlash against the backlash.

Men are reacting to false accusations and character assassination by withdrawing from the presence of women.

Many women have secretly admitted that the #MeToo movement goes too far.

And don’t forget that this is made up of ‘intersectional feminists’ that can’t agree on a damned thing. Pro-Life women were excluded from the women’s march. Transgender ‘women’ are actually women even though they are biologically men, but not conservative women (like me) because we don’t check all the progressive boxes. It’s insanity. When they do try to come up with a cohesive, unifying soundbite, if they somehow agree on it, you just know it’s going to be something completely stupid.

What do you think?

Is Bannon right or ridiculous?

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