Tucker Carlson Guest Condemns Toxic Masculinity, Preaches Female Superiority

"Women do no wrong.”

We live in a dangerous time. And with all the forces against good in the world, there is a great need for those willing to fight our most wicked enemy. Cathy Areu is one of those brave souls. She appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight Friday, to speak against what is apparently the greatest threat to the planet: masculinity.

Carlson had the Catalina magazine publisher on to discuss why "toxic masculinity" is being blamed for recent mass shootings -- and for violence and crime in general.

Areu claimed that men are simply bad and women are far superior:

“Women are better, unfortunately. We are not the murderers of our society. We are not committing the crimes. We commit less than 20 percent of the crimes. So actually, men are not as good as women. We are actually better. We’re safer --”

The Fox News host questioned Areu’s feminist sensibilities about gender:

“But what about men who transition to women? So if a man says – if he’s got a terrible case of toxic masculinity, he’s on his death bed dying from toxic masculinity, and he says, 'Bam -- I’m a woman now,' does it cure him?”

Nutty Areu was optimistic:

“Well I would hope so.  He would be the better gender, so I hope so.”

Later in the segment, Carlson asked:

“So if there’s toxic masculinity, that suggests the polar, right? Toxic femininity. What would that look like? How prevalent is that?”

Asserting that women are “sugar, spice and everything nice,” Areu beamed, “That’s what it’s like to be a girl.” She went on to say that men are more powerful because they’re taught to be stronger, and maybe they shouldn't be:

“But boys will be boys, and that’s what we’re raising. We’re raising boys to think they should be more powerful and stronger…maybe we’re just not raising them right. Why are women supposed to be nonviolent?”

Tucker pressed her about the polar opposite: “Is there such a thing as toxic femininity?”

“No, we do no wrong," Cathy Areu answered confidently. "Women do no wrong.”

Riiight.

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