Black conservative commentator and podcaster Jason Whitlock of TheBlaze is a staunch supporter of the so-called patriarchy, and he doesn’t mind if that makes him a “sexist pig.”
Speaking this week on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Today,” Whitlock — an outspoken man known for his bold takes — said quite plainly that he believes in a traditional world where men lead.
“I probably am a sexist pig, so I can care less if I am called that. But the patriarchy is a good thing. It’s what God intended. Men are supposed to lead. Men are supposed to be out front, taking risks. We’re responsible,” he said.
To back up this view, he cited the Bible.
“This is if you have a Biblical worldview, [but] in the garden, Adam and Eve, when things go haywire, God shows up and calls out Adam, ‘Where you at? … What are you doing? I left you in charge!'” Whitlock explained.
“God is looking down right now at men and just [like] what are you doing, why are you laying down, why are you pretending that Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, that they can save us — they can save this world? This is lunacy. Out of her role, completely. And I’m sorry if that paints me as a sexist pig, but it’s what I believe.”
Notice how he only listed left-wing women. It’s not clear how he feels about right-wing women such as Lauren Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Green and Nikki Haley.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) January 8, 2021
Addressing the accusations that Whitlock’s a “sexist pig,” Fox News host Tucker Carlson said such words are “just an epithet designed to make you quiet.”
“But why is that — why aren’t you allowed to have that opinion? Why is that so controversial? That was the opinion of every society from like the beginning of time until about 20 minutes ago,” he noted.
Whitlock responded by pointing to social media.
“Social media … decides what’s allowable thinking, and social media has decided you can’t second-guess anything the left is in support of, or you’re some kind of sexist pig, you’re some kind of transphobic, you’re some kind of homophobic, you’re racist, you’re a sell-out and social media is like the editor-in-chief,” he said.
This appears to be especially true for Twitter, which is brimming with left-wingers, including congressional Democrats, establishment media “journalists” and Biden administration officials.
When Carlson slammed the Biden Pentagon last spring for focusing on promoting new hairstyles and maternity flight suits (versus focusing on boosting military readiness), these same left-wingers pounced via Twitter, with a congressional Democrat leading the pack (*Language warning):
F*ck Tucker Carlson. While he was practicing his two-step, America’s female warriors were hunting down Al Qaeda and proving the strength of America’s women.
Happy belated International Women’s Day to everyone but Tucker, who even I can dance better than. pic.twitter.com/E4wchht9lA
— Tammy Duckworth (@TammyDuckworth) March 11, 2021
…and we all know it was his female partner who did all the hard work. pic.twitter.com/yoGBy2iaQF
— Tammy Duckworth (@TammyDuckworth) March 11, 2021
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) March 11, 2021
I would love to see everyone in the military—men and women—to tag @TuckerCarlson and tell him why he’s a sexist jerk and demand his on-air apology for what he said about women in the military.
— Kimberley Johnson (@AuthorKimberley) March 13, 2021
i mean you could do a show about anything… and yeah, let’s bash folks who are pregnant while serving in the military is the “idea” @TuckerCarlson comes up with
you can’t parody it. it’s beyond sexist. it’s beyond sick. it’s beyond gross. it’s beyond misogyny, it’s maxed out fox
— Luke Zaleski (@ZaleskiLuke) March 11, 2021
But speaking privately with journalist Steve Krakauer of Fourth Watch, one U.S. Army employee, Paula Krueger, said she wasn’t remotely offended by the Fox News host’s remarks. If anything, she found his honesty “refreshing.”
“I do not understand why people hate him so much. I find his point of view refreshing. And by the way, I am a woman and he is not sexist,” she said.
Perhaps the same is true of Whitlock as well? He does admittedly have his supporters:
I enjoyed watching you on tucker Carlson tonight. I agree with all you said about faith, the nuclear family and God expects the man to be the frontline protector of his family and country.
— D (@D14279812) February 3, 2022
Of course, he also has his detractors:
Apparently Jason forgot how he was born. There is no greater power than a woman giving birth. If his mother is still with us, I wonder how she feels about his attitude toward women in power. Apparently he doesn’t have sisters?
— j scurry (@jscurry44) February 2, 2022
When was the last time you think @Whitlockjason saw a vagina he didn’t have to pay for?
— Rice and beans. Beans and Rice. (@NipseyHustle758) February 2, 2022
He has no respect for his own mother
— Ft Worth Curt (@Thomas817) February 3, 2022
Jason Whitlock is a white mans black man.
— Dwayne Daniels (@DanDdub3) February 3, 2022
It’s not clear what either race or motherhood has to do with his comments about men leading …
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