“If you look at this election, this isn’t going to be an election about Obamacare; it’s not going to be an election about ISIS; it’s going to be fought on the culture,” Tied Up In Knots creator Andrea Tantaros instructed Breitbart News Daily host Stephen Ok. Bannon on Wednesday’s version of the present on SiriusXM.
Tantaros famous that her e-book will not be an “I hate you feminist” e-book. She gave nice credit score to the early feminists that “pushed for equal rights” that permit her to do the work she is doing at present.
“The problem is we don’t talk about the downside in an honest way,” stated Tantaros, explaining, “Conservatives don’t show up to the culture wars like Breitbart does. And Andrew Breitbart, he knew this instinctively. The culture is [where] the battle lines are drawn and the real wars are won. If you look at this election, this isn’t going to be an election about Obamacare, it’s not going to be an election about ISIS, it’s going to be fought on the culture, in the culture.”
As for the Democrat Party, Tantaros stated, “your listeners know this better than anybody, it used to be the [party of the] working man, it used to be the party of unions, right? That is all gone. You see that voting bloc breaking with Trump and breaking with Sanders, especially last night. So where do Democrats go? They go to the social issues. They go to the culture.”
Voters in Nebraska and West Virginia’s major elections selected Donald Trump as their profitable candidate in Tuesday’s Republican major elections. Trump received over 61.4 p.c of the Republican major vote in Nebraska and 77 p.c in West Virginia. At the identical time 51.4 p.c of voters in West Virginia sided with Sanders as their Democratic Party winner over frontrunner Hillary Clinton who garnered a mere 35.8 p.c.
Tantaros keyed in on the gender-laden tradition wars being fought in the public enviornment.
“Last election, it was birth control and women’s issues. Now it’s bathrooms. Everything is about women and men — transgender, birth control, all the abortion. Everything is about women and men, and this is shaping up to be a battle of the sexes… Everything is taking place in the culture, which is where I squarely placed myself in this book because women and men, whether you’re right or left, you’re going to have natural biological wiring.”
“There’s gender roles, there’s realities about men and women. We are equal, and I’m glad that we have equal rights, but we’re not the same and that was a big miscalculation of feminists.”
Later in the interview Tantaros famous that we will see this “gender war” taking form in the 2016 presidential election between Trump and Hillary Clinton.
The males voters who’ve “checked out of society” are additionally struggling economically. “These are the Trump voters,” she stated. “These are the Sanders voters that are eventually I think going to move over to Trump’s side. So, you’re seeing the effects of feminism playing out in a presidential election because the men are fighting back with a vote for Trump — finally a candidate that they feel actually speaks for them, speaks up for them.”
On the different aspect, Tantaros stated, “You have Hillary Clinton, whose campaign is frankly unraveling, hoping that she can play the woman card, rally women while Trump plays the man card and challenges her on her accusations that he’s a misogynist with Bill Clinton as her husband. So, this is a war of the sexes that is shaping up.”
The full title of Tantaros’ e-book is Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable.
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