Steve Bannon Watched The Golden Globes And Is Convinced Oprah Will Destroy Trump
Back in 2014, when Bannon was the executive chairman of conservative news and opinion site Breitbart, it published an article titled “In Defence of the Patriarchy.”
It reads, in part:
The idea of girls running the world might make for catchy R&B numbers and amusing listicles in BuzzFeed, but this relentless self-adulation speaks not only to the insecurity of the modern feminist movement, but to something more sinister. Since the 1970s, misandry has been easing its way into the cultural mainstream, driven by a small but vocal clique of militant third-wave feminists. Unhappy with the reality of living as respected equals in the new society gifted to them by first- and second-wave feminism, these radicals have embarked on a mission to dismantle society as a whole. Why? Because society was built by men, and is therefore somehow intrinsically rotten.