[Ed. – This is how the GOP will retain the House, a vote at a time.]
A self-identified male “feminist,” who for decades traveled the country teaching women self-defense and other empowerment techniques, reveals in a new essay that he has ditched the feminist movement completely after witnessing the attempted takedown of now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
The essay, for The Federalist, is titled: “The Kavanaugh Smear War Broke My Decades-Long Support For Feminism.”
Albert Marrewa, a counselor with decades of experience in the feminist movement, admits he was “wholeheartedly” committed to the feminist movement, but after witnessing the far-left shift the movement has undergone in recent years, culminating with the #MeToo movement and the Kavanaugh smear campaign, he no longer identifies with the movement.
“All these years I silently stood by and watched third-wave feminism (with assistance from the radical left) methodically take a sledgehammer to Western society as a whole, and males in particular,” Marrewa wrote.
“Yet it wasn’t until I witnessed the Me Too movement snowball into an all-out, anti-male witch hunt that I realized good men were in real trouble. Astonishingly, after having been an advocate for women my entire adult life, I quickly learned I was still considered the “enemy,” simply for being a man,” he explained.