Comment – Opinion: Roger Cohen, only one of a few engaged in this vitriol, most likely suffers from a ‘little man’ syndrome, where a man, I use that term liberally in this case, challenges another man’s masculinity to deflect from the lack of his own. David Brooks, also of the Times is a known ‘rump ranger’, which may explain his hatred of President Trump.
Then we have Kevin Williamson writing in the National Review that “….Trump displayed characteristics of insecure men aspiring for “alpha male” status, “an obsession for some sexually unhappy contemporary men.”
When all is said and done, we might reasonably proffer that two of these leftist media buffoons and their conservative anti-Trump allie, Kevin Williamson, (an Obama style Oreo), may have issues with their own sexuality – pathetic examples of irrelevant media buffoons unable to deal with their own gender identity issues – sad…WFM
Press challenges Trump’s masculinity
By Eddie Scarry, The washington Examiner, August 2, 2017
Prominent voices in the national media are attempting to hit President Trump where it hurts: His manhood.
Journalists are calling Trump’s masculinity into question, soon after White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci was ousted after his profanity-laced screed in New Yorker magazine.
New York Times columnist Roger Cohen on Monday likened the White House staff to a 16th Century Italian comedy, and said Trump would best be portrayed by a character who pretends to be well endowed.
“The president, at 71, is clearly a ‘Vecchio,’ or elder,” wrote Cohen. “He is probably best imagined as the miserly Venetian known as Pantalone wandering around in red breeches with the oversized codpiece of the would-be womanizer. … The key to understanding him is probably that oversize codpiece.”
On the same day, David Brooks, also a Times columnist, said that the Trump administration “certainly giving us an education in the varieties of wannabe manliness” and that the president demeanor is a “parody of manliness.”
The anti-Trump writer Kevin Williamson wrote Sunday in National Review that both Scaramucci and Trump displayed characteristics of insecure men aspiring for “alpha male” status, “an obsession for some sexually unhappy contemporary men.”
Read more, (If you have the stomach), http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/press-challenges-trumps-masculinity/article/2630332