Mark Geist a former U.S. Marine and member of the Annex Security Team who fought in the Battle of Benghazi, told the “Todd Starnes Show” on Thursday that some of the problems the country faces could be traced to the feminization of the American male.
The media and Democrat politicians have long demonized unabashed manhood in the country and the essential role a father plays in the family. The target has been true manhood, which stands up for what’s right and refuses to back down in the face of adversity. (Not the poseurs running around Hollywood that play tough guys on TV.)
Many men who are currently taking part in protests across the country in the name of social justice are an embarrassment to past generations. Many protesters today look to break things instead of coming together. They hide behind masks, destroy statues and promote a toxic cancel culture with the aid of mainstream media companies that also loathe genuine manhood.
The Scientific American ran an article in 2019 titled, “It’s Time for a World Without Gender.” The author says, “It is time to get rid of the gender binary. It is time to start treating people according to their unique mosaics of characteristics rather than according to the form of their genitals. It is time for a world with no gender.”
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Todd Starnes, the host of the program, said that he is beginning to see a trend in the country where Americans– regardless of gender– a stand up against the frat boy mob. One woman went viral this week after she stood up to a student from American University that she referred to a “little boy.”
Geist said the country would do well to return to its basics.
“We as Americans, we as Christian men, we as men in general, we have to stand up. We have to put the lord first in our life,” he said.
He said masculinity should be embraced as well as the faiths in the country. He called Jesus a good example of manhood and the “baddest special ops guy there is.”
“Think about it. Jesus Christ carried his own cross up the hill to sacrifice himself for everyone in the world. That’s a tough guy,” he said.