This Liberal Editor Just Revealed Her New Year’s Resolution And It’s Beyond Awful..

Everyone for the most part tries to make some kind of New Year’s resolution. It doesn’t always have to be something big, just some little thing that they try to do different. For example, I was going to try and find different ways to get a little bit more exercise.

My bright idea was to, except for in the event of inclement weather, park as far away from the front door of a store I was shopping at as was reasonable and walk. When it came time to push the cart out to the car, I had to exert that little bit of extra energy to accomplish getting the groceries out to the car.

That’s a small one and it’s perfectly reasonable. Liberals on the other hand make it a point to go with crazy ideas whenever possible.

It isn’t a secret that liberal media puts out some crazy thoughts. But the Huffington Post’s editor Emily McCombs went just a bit out of the realm of the normal liberal wackiness when she tweeted about having a special New Year’s resolution.

HuffPost editor Emily McCombs tweeted Friday about her desire to “kill all men” as part of her New Year’s Resolutions.

New Year’s resolutions:
1. Cultivate female friendships
2. Band together to kill all men — Emily McCombs (@msemilymccombs) December 29, 2017

McCombs is the “Editorial Director of Parents.” Not sure that title means. But it clearly doesn’t require sanity.

McCombs wasn’t joking, she’s serious about her man hate. This isn’t the first time she’s expressed it.

And is the Huffington Post cool with this? It would appear so, as she hasn’t received any reaction at all from them so far.

What’s more troubling is that she actually has a son and she’s troubled that she apparently isn’t quite successful in fully indoctrinating him to her way of thinking.

From Huff Po: In my previous article, I wrote, “In my sweat-soaked, sit-straight-up-in-bed feminist nightmares, I can imagine a future in which my own spawn makes some woman feel as voiceless as the boys in my high school once did, a world in which he blithely argues against the existence of male privilege and shit-talks the latest all-female remake on Twitter.“ Lately, I can imagine it even more clearly.

My first-grade son is sweet, sensitive and loving. When we talk about the fact that there are people in this world who don’t think women are as good as men, just as there are people who will think he is less valuable because of his brown skin, he angrily denounces those people as “the worst.”

And yet, my son loves Power Rangers, “except the pink and the yellow ones.” He scoffs also at the pink Wonder Woman shirt he used to wear before he started school and began picking up gender stereotypes like a communal cold. He seemed to enjoy a dance he was doing at school, until he found out it was ballet, which, he shouted angrily, he doesn’t like.

Here’s a thought.

A child is not wrong because he doesn’t like ballet or a Pink Power Ranger. Perhaps he’s just tired of the pink Wonder Woman shirt you got him to wear.

Maybe instead of referring to him as your ‘spawn’ and an object to follow what you say, treat him as a human being with respect and tell him that there’s one simple principle – treat everyone else as you would want to be treated.

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