(Right Country) – It’s difficult being a man in this day and age. Left-wingers absolutely hate everything about you simply because of your gender, constantly labeling everything you say or do either racist, sexist, or toxic.
Radical progressives have even made a habit of weaponizing charges of sexual assault to destroy political opponents, like they did during the confirmation hearing of Justice Brett Kavanaugh back in 2018. This is likely why President Trump decided to pick Amy Coney Barrett to be the replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She’s smart, an originalist, and being a woman of upright moral character, the charge of sexual assault would be a non-factor.
Well, according to a report by Newswars, President Trump has also been taking new steps to help protect people, especially men, from the political insanity that has infected our nation over the course of the last few decades.
On September 22, Trump signed an Executive Order on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping, which is defined as the act of “ascribing character traits, values, moral and ethical codes, privileges, status, or beliefs to a race or sex, or to an individual because of his or her race or sex.”
So if you’re a federal agency that receives federal funds, you cannot use stereotyping in your training or educational procedures. Here’s an example to help explain this a little further. Let’s say a company is developing training materials that seems to claim that all men are racist, sexist, or oppressive because they are male, white, and straight. This company would not be eligible to receive money from the federal government.
“The order has teeth in two ways. Presumably, the executive can compel compliance within its own federal agencies. Tax recipients, including contractors, who do not comply can be defunded or stripped of “licenses”; a university could lose federal money, student access to federal loans, or accreditation,” writes Wendy McElroy of Mises.org.
“People object to government involvement in issues of discrimination, and justly so, because individuals have a right to freedom of association. The law has no business regulating peaceful interactions or refusals to interact. But government is already involved to the hilt, and the executive order seeks to take several steps back. Moreover, the dynamic of discrimination or stereotyping changes when it is a government agency or tax-funded entity that is discriminating. They are accountable to the public for how tax money is used, or they should be. And the pool of money should never be used to promote the unequal treatment of people because of their race or sex,” McElroy continues on.
While the mainstream media will never admit it, men are actually discriminated against quite a bit these days by government agencies and concerning federal tax recipients. Men are often completely shut out of federal services like the Department of Justice funded programs for victims of domestic violence. The redefinition of discrimination in the executive order is a step that should have been taken a long, long time ago. It’s a full rejection of identity politics and obliterates the lie that men oppress women and that the two sexes are enemies in some capacity.
Here’s another example of the kind of agency that would be hit hard by this new executive order.
The Department of the Treasury once held a seminar that claimed “virtually all white people…contribute to racism.” Those who attended the event were told they should not advocate for “color blindness” or for letting an individual’s “skills and personalities be what differentiates them.” In other words, if you judge someone based on their merits, you’re a racist.
The new policy signed by Trump puts this sort of nonsense to an end.
It’s about time someone stand up for men, who are constantly the targets for social justice warriors desperate to validate themselves.
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