Leftist Cowards

 

Was watching the Ingraham Angle, and Mike Huckabee pointed out something that had escaped my notice: most of the people recently targeted by mobs for harassment have been women. Pam Bondi described two very big men getting in her face, at the same time. Were they both afraid to insult her by themselves?

When the targets are men, the mobs are still cowards: they aren’t willing to risk a fight on their own, they want to gang up on an unsuspecting individual, but the fact that most of the targets are women makes it even more disgusting.

Just thought I would share Mike Huckabee’s observation. It is interesting, isn’t it?

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  1. Mike LaRoche Inactive
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    Those leftist harassers can ironically (but accurately) be described as cowardly thugs.

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  2. DonG Coolidge
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    I noticed the same thing.  Probably just a coincidence.  Probably lucky, since it helps prevent a physical confrontation, which would be very bad.

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    Mike LaRoche (View Comment):

    Those leftist harassers can ironically (but accurately) be described as cowardly thugs.

    It’s worse than that. Others before them, Sarah Palin, Condoleezza Rice, Clarence Thomas, and more, who have the appearance of belonging to a class they own, need to be chased down for having left the plantation.

    And, it’s not only they are cowardly thugs without their mob; their “soft [so called] bigotry of low expectations” of the black, brown, and y-less, somehow makes them think they have the privilege to order those whom the they presume to own what to do.

    If you don’t agree—you’re a racist, sexist, etc. etc. …

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  4. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    While it would be nice and particularly easy to demonize them as demons, which they are, wasn’t the owner of the Red Hen a female? As was the waitress who first complained?

    Meh. In my experience,  females are often much more aggressive,  both covertly and overtly (or if you prefer passive and aggressive) than men.  Either way, regardless of gender or mob mentality, the left is revealing their inherent intolerance and abject hatred of middle America.

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  5. JudithannCampbell Inactive
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    While it would be nice and particularly easy to demonize there demons, wasn’t the owner of the Red Hen a female? As was the waitress who first complained.

    Meh. In my experience, females are often much more aggressive, both covertly and overtly (or if you prefer passive and aggressive) than men. Either way, regardless of gender or mob mentality, the left is revealing their inherent intolerance and abject hatred of middle America.

    I find it very easy to believe that leftist women encourage and enable leftist men to intimidate conservative women, but in your experience women are more overtly aggressive? Really? Where do you hang out? :)

    Are you saying that women are more prone to becoming physically violent than men are?

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  6. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):

    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    While it would be nice and particularly easy to demonize there demons, wasn’t the owner of the Red Hen a female? As was the waitress who first complained.

    Meh. In my experience, females are often much more aggressive, both covertly and overtly (or if you prefer passive and aggressive) than men. Either way, regardless of gender or mob mentality, the left is revealing their inherent intolerance and abject hatred of middle America.

    I find it very easy to believe that leftist women encourage and enable leftist men to intimidate conservative women, but in your experience women are more overtly aggressive? Really? Where do you hang out? :)

    Are you saying that women are more prone to becoming physically violent than men are?

    Overt aggression can be exhibited verbally as well as physically,  so in general, I am referring to women who directly confront people orally.  That said,  my lovely wife,  the fair Lady Gesa jousts as her pastime,  and some in her circle of friends are certainly capable of supporting there position aggressively! But,  frankly,  I have never witnessed that.  

    Though,  we are regaled with tales at campfires…

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  7. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    I would be remiss, if I did not clarify:

    The lovely Lady Gesa is absolute in her commitment to the ideals of chivalry and noble intent.  She won’t hit you unless you are in the lyst,  or are a rotten deserving scoundrel. 

    To date I have escaped any such real aggressions.  She informs me that when she hit me upside the head with the 2×4, it was just to test the efficacy of the new helm I was trying on. 

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  8. AUMom Member
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    A group went after Elaine Chao last night. The optics of white men going after a 65 year old Asian woman are not that great. Plus she gave them an earful. They should have been pleased there was a security detail to keep them safe. 

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  9. Amy Schley Moderator
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):
    Overt aggression can be exhibited verbally as well as physically, so in general, I am referring to women who directly confront people orally.

    I can vouch for this. When there’s some jerk on train playing his music way too loudly, it’s a woman (often me) who asks him to turn it down. All the men are too buried in whatever they’re doing or too cowardly to risk a confrontation. 

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  10. Columbo Member
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    Mike LaRoche (View Comment):

    Those leftist harassers can ironically (but accurately) be described as cowardly thugs.

    Steven Crowder (a profile in courage) has an illuminating video out which exposes these cowards …

    Notice how liberals need mobs, chants, screaming, and standing on chairs in order to “dialogue”?

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  11. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    While it would be nice and particularly easy to demonize them as demons, which they are, wasn’t the owner of the Red Hen a female? As was the waitress who first complained?

    Meh. In my experience, females are often much more aggressive, both covertly and overtly (or if you prefer passive and aggressive) than men. Either way, regardless of gender or mob mentality, the left is revealing their inherent intolerance and abject hatred of middle America.

    Women know that there is no implied threat of violence. Men understand that under every male-male conflict, violence is the final point of escalation. 

    In years of watching people at a front desk, I can same women are far, far more likely to yell, scream, and threaten than men. The only men who got out of hand were usually manic. 

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  12. Stad Coolidge
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    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):
    Are you saying that women are more prone to becoming physically violent than men are?

    If they’re brandishing a cast iron skillet, yes . . .

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  13. JudithannCampbell Inactive
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    A question for those who say that women are more likely to be confrontational: do you think age makes a difference here? Are younger women more violent than older women? Are lower class women more likely to be violent than upper class women? I won’t be offended if you say yes; I am lower class myself. When I was growing up in a working class neighborhood 40 years ago, there was a pretty strong stigma against girls being violent. There were a few odd girls here and there who would challenge other girls to fights, but those girls were considered very strange, and all they ever did was issue verbal challenges. They never actually attacked anyone. There was a general consensus among most of the girls that we would never be violent, and any girl who even suggested violence was very much looked down on, and laughed at.

    This seems to have changed. I was working as a waitress about 8 or 9 years ago, and made an appearance at the annual Christmas party for employees. Luckily, I didn’t stay long, because about 10 minutes after I left, a huge fight broke out that apparently involved most or all of the women there: they were sharing a space with another company Christmas party, and women from the two companies started fighting with each other. The men stayed out of it, and just looked on, amazed. This kind of stuff didn’t happen among women when I was young, at least not among any of the women I ever knew. Are there cultural changes at work here?

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  14. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):

    A question for those who say that women are more likely to be confrontational: do you think age makes a difference here? Are younger women more violent than older women? Are lower class women more likely to be violent than upper class women? I won’t be offended if you say yes; I am lower class myself. When I was growing up in a working class neighborhood 40 years ago, there was a pretty strong stigma against girls being violent. There were a few odd girls here and there who would challenge other girls to fights, but those girls were considered very strange, and all they ever did was issue verbal challenges. They never actually attacked anyone. There was a general consensus among most of the girls that we would never be violent, and any girl who even suggested violence was very much looked down on, and laughed at.

    This seems to have changed. I was working as a waitress about 8 or 9 years ago, and made an appearance at the annual Christmas party for employees. Luckily, I didn’t stay long, because about 10 minutes after I left, a huge fight broke out that apparently involved most or all of the women there: they were sharing a space with another company Christmas party, and women from the two companies started fighting with each other. The men stayed out of it, and just looked on, amazed. This kind of stuff didn’t happen among women when I was young, at least not among any of the women I ever knew. Are there cultural changes at work here?

    Age did not make a difference that I can see. 

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  15. JudithannCampbell Inactive
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):
    Age did not make a difference that I can see. 

    It does seem to make a difference in my neighborhood; I am so glad that I left that party before the fight broke out. I have never been in any kind of altercation-no woman my age whom I know has. It seems as though being feminine and ladylike isn’t the priority for younger women where I come from that it was for us when we were younger, and that is troubling to me. No one ever lectured us on being non violent: it was just in the air we breathed. It doesn’t seem to be in the air anymore, which is unfortunate.

    You said that age doesn’t make a difference; does social class make a difference? From what I can tell, it does, but I could be wrong. I am just trying to picture Ivanka Trump threatening someone, and I can’t.

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  16. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):
    Age did not make a difference that I can see.

    It does seem to make a difference in my neighborhood; I am so glad that I left that party before the fight broke out. I have never been in any kind of altercation-no woman my age whom I know has. It seems as though being feminine and ladylike isn’t the priority for younger women where I come from that it was for us when we were younger, and that is troubling to me. No one ever lectured us on being non violent: it was just in the air we breathed. It doesn’t seem to be in the air anymore, which is unfortunate.

    You said that age doesn’t make a difference; does social class make a difference? From what I can tell, it does, but I could be wrong. I am just trying to picture Ivanka Trump threatening someone, and I can’t.

    I am sure social class does. Remember, I was working in community mental health. The customers were all of a lower social class.

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  17. Amy Schley Moderator
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    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):
    It seems as though being feminine and ladylike isn’t the priority for younger women where I come from that it was for us when we were younger, and that is troubling to me.

    A  young woman has to be defended. Before second wave feminism, a woman could count on the men around her to do it. Now, she has to do it herself, her mother and grandmothers having fought to convince men that women didn’t need their help. 

    Or to quote Eowyn, “The women of this country learned long ago that those without swords can still die upon them.”

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    Amy Schley (View Comment):

    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):
    It seems as though being feminine and ladylike isn’t the priority for younger women where I come from that it was for us when we were younger, and that is troubling to me.

    A young woman has to be defended. Before second wave feminism, a woman could count on the men around her to do it. Now, she has to do it herself, her mother and grandmothers having fought to convince men that women didn’t need their help.

    Or to quote Eowyn, “The women of this country learned long ago that those without swords can still die upon them.”

    Well, but, except for the very recent example of Pam Bondi being harassed by a couple of men, I am not talking about male on female violence: it seems to be women initiating violence with other women. Are they practicing in case a man gets violent with them? If so, someone should tell them that they are extremely unlikely to win a fist fight with a man. If fear of male violence is really what is driving this, the only way a woman can stop a violent man is with a gun.

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    Also, when push comes to shove, chivalry still exists when it really matters: there was that shooting, I think it was in Colorado, where several men died protecting their wives and girlfriends. Even now, I am pretty sure that most men are willing to protect women from other men, but when a woman is initiating violence against another woman, it is unreasonable to expect a man to intervene. Female on female violence is totally pointless.

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  20. JudithannCampbell Inactive
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    Having said that, I totally agree that feminism has had a toxic effect on our culture, and much all of the blame for female on female violence is on feminists, who praise boys for being “straightfoward” and do everything they can to destroy the feminine mystique. This is what happens when you try to turn girls into boys.

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    Sorry to go on like this, but just to clarify: I agree that boys are generally more straightforward, and that is wonderful, but girls shouldn’t be slammed for not being boys. Feminists have been slamming boys for being boys, and they have also been slamming girls for being girls for a long time now.

    There is a purpose for boys and men being able to deal violently with bad men. There are some very bad men in the world, and they are violent, and we need good men to be violent in order to stop the bad men. There is no such purpose for women getting violent with each other; men who can prevail against other men will be more attractive to women. Women who can beat up other women won’t score any points for that with men. When women get violent with each other, they are just putting on some kind of freak show: totally pointless.

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  22. Sweezle Member
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    This is the number one reason I have been so disturbed by the personal attacks on three Trump women within a couple of days. I know there is a segment of this country that try to use physical & verbal imtimidation against anyone associated with Trump. But the three recent attacks on these women terrify me. Aside from Elaine Chao the far left has aggressively picked on women who are too polite and non-confrontational to fight back. God Bless Elaine Chao and shame on the Secret Service for letting those people get so physically close to her. 

     

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  23. DonG Coolidge
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    Sweezle (View Comment):
    and shame on the Secret Service for letting those people get so physically close to her

    Capitol Police for Congressional leaders. 

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  24. Hypatia Inactive
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    oh, bring ’em the F on!  I’ve noticed men are usually pretty nonplussed when a woman starts givin’ it back.  As for woman-on -woman verbal violence, well, Dem women are so stupid and opinionated it doesn’t take much to provoke ’em into acting like the idiots they are. 

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  25. Sash Member
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    Almost everything the Democrats have done or said for the past 2 years makes the perfect campaign commercial… I hope many of those are being compiled.

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    JudithannCampbell (View Comment):

    Having said that, I totally agree that feminism has had a toxic effect on our culture, and much all of the blame for female on female violence is on feminists, who praise boys for being “straightfoward” and do everything they can to destroy the feminine mystique. This is what happens when you try to turn girls into boys.

     

    I hesitate to write this, but, I don’t think women who like men have been running feminism for a long time… because the hatred for men is not a normal place for heterosexual women to be.  I know some men are boars, but most are really not. Men are great, and not too hard to persuade.  

    Okay… here’s the part all the other women are going to hate, but most young single women follow.  If someone with a strong voice speaks up… they look for leadership, whether it’s conditioning or nature or peer pressure… it happens… which is why Hillary said women voted how their husbands wanted… they know it on the left. Democrats just said it about the wrong group of women. Democrats just have to get those young single women headed in a direction, and single women turn off their brains and vote how they are told. Because they feel more secure if everyone they know does it.

    I actually don’t know married women who do that.  Knowing how to let men think they are the leaders, while actually leading, is how most marriages work.  They might pretend… cause it makes peace, but in the privacy of a voting booth, women vote how they want and lie about it afterward.  Unless of course they agree… or convinced their husbands.

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  27. JudithannCampbell Inactive
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    Sash (View Comment):
    I hesitate to write this, but, I don’t think women who like men have been running feminism for a long time…

    lol, have they ever been running it? :)

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    Sash (View Comment):
    Democrats just have to get those young single women headed in a direction, and single women turn off their brains and vote how they are told. Because they feel more secure if everyone they know does it.

    Definitely. I do think, though, that husbands have an influence on how married women think. It matters who we are hanging out with and whose opinions we are hearing: fathers can also have a great deal of influence. I moved across the country at age 19, and was totally unpolitical the whole 5 years I was gone: this was partly because I lived in a solid red state and I knew republicans would be fine without me, but also because my Dad wasn’t around to remind me to vote :) When I moved back in with my parents, I started reading my Dad’s magazines, listening to my parents’ radio shows, etc….. and it definitely made me more conservative. We are heavily influenced by the people around us: that is just human nature, and when young single women are most influenced by other young single women, it is, imo, a recipe for disaster. The same might even be true of young single men: this is one reason why I am not keen on putting young people, especially young women in their own apartments: some will say that my Dad spoiled me, and he definitely did, but I always voted republican, even as a young single woman. I just don’t think it’s a good idea to put young women in a situation where their primary source of moral support will be other young women. It’s definitely not good for republicans.

    I managed to stay conservative for the 5 years I was gone, in spite of the fact that virtually every woman I knew was a hard core liberal, but I had a very close male friend who was conservative, and he kept me right. If it hadn’t been for him, I don’t know what I would have done: I may well have lost my mind, because the other young, single women I knew were very crazy. :)

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  29. JudithannCampbell Inactive
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    *When I say totally unpolitical, what is meant is that I didn’t vote and didn’t get into political conversations, because I spent most of my time in a theater department with hard core liberals, and didn’t want to deal with the blow back. But, with the help of my friend, I did stay conservative: I never attempted to fight the craziness around me, but I never became part of it either. But I definitely became more aware and better educated when I moved back in with my parents. Also, I started voting :)

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  30. Ontheleftcoast Member
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    The only true women, be they cis- or trans-,  are leftists. This is doubly so if they are racially members of what are by rights the Left’s client groups. Conservative women are class traitors and often race traitors and must be destroyed. White men are already the enemy; male black/Latinx/etc. race traitors are worse than white men.

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