CNN’s Sally Kohn has written an op-ed suggesting “extreme vetting” was needed for American men, though what that means was never made clear.

“We must together open our eyes. Donald Trump called for the expansion of ‘extreme vetting’ for people entering the United States,” Kohn writes in the op-ed published Friday on CNN.com. “Why aren’t we ‘extreme vetting’ men who are here? Why aren’t we talking about toxic masculinity?”

“Why aren’t we, as a society, seriously scrutinizing men and masculinity,” she continues. “And how the way we raise our children, treat our workers and form our policies perpetuates behavior we say we don’t want.” 

The Daily Caller reports the op-ed targets men who have been accused of sexual assault and other serious sexual misconduct. Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore have all been accused of sexual abuse recently. 

“The answer, of course, is also the problem. It is because men wield disproportionate power and privilege that we have failed to question this reality — and improve upon it — in any serious way,” Kohn writes. “[m]en may change diapers now and cook and “help” around the house, but consider that more than half of American male voters — and 42% of women — appear to have accepted a presidential candidate’s brag about sexual assault as merely “locker room talk” and elected him President anyway.”

However, the ever hypocritical Kohn couldn’t keep her cool when a conservative panelist brought up Bill Clinton’s sex scandals during a segment discussing allegations against Roy Moore. 

While appearing on “CNN Newsroom With Brooke Baldwin,” Kohn said, “the Republican Party already shot itself in the foot by not distancing themselves from Donald Trump when 11 women made similar, adult women at least made allegations against him and he himself bragged about sexually assaulting women,”

Former Trump campaign advisor Jack Kingston responded by saying, “Sally, I wasn’t going to bring up William Jefferson Clinton, but I never heard…”

“Oh, I had a feeling you were,” Kohn said, interrupting Kingston. 

“Well no, I wasn’t going to go there,” Kingston responded. “I was actually going to stay with Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby, but since you brought it up, where were the Democrats denouncing him…”

“Jack, the difference between Bill Clinton and Donald Trump is Bill Clinton was impeached. So we aired that one as a public. And also, he’s not currently the President,” Kohn said. 

“He was impeached for perjury,” noted Kingston. 

“Listen this is fine. I’m fine watching this Roy Moore thing go down. Because with condolences to the poor statesman, of course, the women who he has abused and made suffer–we are watching the destruction of the Republican Party before our very eyes,” Kohn deflected. “They are doing themselves systemic damage for generations. And I’m going to be honest, I’m here for it.”

“Don’t overclaim. Let me give you congratulations for Tuesday, was a great day. But I also want to point out year-to-date our fundraising of 104 million at the RNC, and I think you are around the 40 million range,” Kingston responded. 

It seems Kohn’s already forgotten what happened the last time the Dems convinced themselves of their own righteousness. And I’m going to be honest, I’m here for it.

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Sources: 

The Daily Caller

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  • mark white

    Isnt this she thing a perfect example of toxic masculinity?

    • Robin of Hood

      More likely an example of political lesbianism.

  • kamenetz

    I got your toxic masculinity right here! 😉

    • Robin of Hood

      Where is the que for fragile masculinity?

  • @Menace

    Why is someone with a defined mental illness even allowed to speak like this?

  • Archie Bunker

    A bigger problem is toxic homosexuality.

  • Jesse James

    I couldn’t handle reading past the first two quotations. Her mental illness is the most annoying type. Ideological, and not genetic based. Some one with a genetic defect is mentally challenged. But they are still smart because they adapt to overcome a major obstacle. Therefore, their experience is valid, and progresses us as a whole.

    IOW, Kohn is just retarded. Her brain, her choice. Our collective intestinal upheaval every time she speaks.

  • Paul

    Let’s talk about toxic lesbianism. After all lesbian relationships have just as high, if not higher, rates of domestic violence than heterosexual or gay relationships. Radical feminists are some of the most hateful people on the planet and the vast majority of them are gay.

    • Skyhawk

      You are 100% correct Paul. Homosexual relationships have a very high incidence of domestic abuse. My wife worked in an ER in a homosexual area of Seattle and she saw many, many cases of DV come through there. Its simply not reported on or spoken of by the MSM because it does not fit the narrative.

      • Rick Martin

        Especially lesbian homosexual relationships. They exceed all categories. And your right, the media doesn’t talk about it. Just like they don’t talk about male victims of domestic abuse, even though, men make up almost half of them!

    • Rick Martin

      True!

  • Ivan_in_Phoenix

    ‘Extreme Vetting’ needed for ‘Toxic Masculinity’? More likely we need extreme vetting for toxic feminists.

  • dannilo

    thes lady is sooooo angry she doesn’t have a dick between her legs…..why do we have to put up with her tantrum?

  • I like Lesbians. There, I said it.

    • 0__o

      They don’t like you though.

    • Skyhawk

      The hot kind have value. The others? Not so much.

  • Doug Packer

    Is she talking about her own “toxic masculinity”?

  • 0__o

    Lesbianism isn’t real, it’s a coping mechanism for women to seek attention, sexual or otherwise from another female after being physically, emotionally, or sexually abused… likely by a father-figure or immediate family member at a young age. They are internally repulsed by their own short-comings as being born female (so to speak) and apparently “attractive” to these predators, and thus pose as masculine men with aggressive tendencies to repel that sort of predator in the future. Most will agree, as a lesbian, it is very easy to sway back to the hetero lifestyle if they find a male that they are suddenly interested in. Usually soy-drinking vegan beta cucks.

  • Sraaken

    There is indeed some irony in someone impersonating a man, talking about toxic masculinity……

  • Erik Volm

    sally kohn seems to be addicted to microphones,you put one in her face and she starts talking,too bad for us,what does that tell you? maybe she isn’t gay? microphone near her mouth sure looks like a penis…..perhaps she is confused ?

  • LatinLiberty

    I may have missed it, but if you’re going to comment on an article posted on the web please link to it!

    • Keith_Indy

      There are 2 links embedded within the text, and then the Source section at the end which repeats those links.

      • LatinLiberty

        Thank you.

  • HT

    Toxic liberalism and political correctness are the real problem in this country and the sooner they are dealt with the better. BAMN.

  • Jerakeen

    Looks pretty masculine herself

  • Scott Schwerdfeger

    Is Sally kohns single? I can’t see how any man or woman could handle being with such a hypocrite, liar, and all around hateful person.

  • Can some brave soul do the gene pool a favor and remove her from it?

  • Chesapeake

    I love the way they deflect when their story goes off track. Joe Biden isn’t masculine in any way but he’s a serial groped and exhibitionist. So lumping people together based on the way they look never has and never will work.

  • Adrian Valle

    Eskimo bulldyke