Forget fake news, HERE is a fake feminist

Joss Whedon, the prancing feminist king, who uses his “feminist wokeness," as you would expect, as a smokescreen to cover up his own misdeeds. Last week, he vehemently backed Samantha Bee, who faced criticisms for her off-color comment about Ivanka Trump. Most recently, Whedon has taken aim at Jordan Peterson, who was the subject of a piece in the Los Angeles Times, titled 'Hate on Jordan Peterson all you want, but he's tapping into frustration that feminists shouldn't ignore. If feminists don't like his message, maybe they should offer a better one.'

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Whedon's response?

“Feminism taps into a frustration that's been ignored for all of history. Step the f--- back, you incel-courting fishwrapper "

Excellent point, Mr. Whedon.

Of course, his histrionics could be a ruse, a way to cover up the #MeToo accusations he has faced. Just in case you missed it the first time around, in August of last year, Kai Cole, Whedon's ex-wife, penned an article exposing Whedon as a “hypocrite preaching feminist ideals."

Of course, his histrionics could be a ruse, a way to cover up the #MeToo accusations he has faced.

“I want to let women know that he is not who he pretends to be," Cole wrote. “I want the people who worship him to know he is human, and the organizations giving him awards for his feminist work, to think twice in the future about honoring a man who does not practice what he preaches."

Sounds like Whedon could benefit from listening to Jordan Peterson. Although I doubt he'll stop listening to himself long enough to do that.

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