Here’s a hot take on the 2020 election. It turns out that the COVID-19 pandemic may have helped the Trump campaign “reach more masculine men.” If only there were more masculine men out there, we wouldn’t be hearing Joe Biden speak from his Office of the President-Elect right now.
Why did so many men stick with Trump in 2020? The COVID-19 pandemic may have given him a way to reach more masculine men. Many of those men actually liked Trump's "shrug it off" approach. My story @FiveThirtyEight w/ @sidney_b, feat new @amersurveyctr data https://t.co/Hruj05OTbN
— Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux (@ameliatd) December 9, 2020
That compelled actor and comedian Kumail Nanjiani, who considered the 2020 election an “existential threat” to himself and his family, to tweet that “traditional masculinity is a disease.” Wow, we knew toxic masculinity was bad, but traditional masculinity? Are they the same thing?
Traditional masculinity is a disease. https://t.co/viSNNE9iah
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 9, 2020
Could you be any more of a bitch?
— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) December 10, 2020
If you REALLY believed that, you'd cut your penis off.
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) December 10, 2020
Gee, good thing you don't have to worry about that, eh? 🙄
— Boris_Badenoff (@Boris_Badenoff) December 10, 2020
If you can’t picture Nanjiani, he’s the one on the left posing for the Hollywood Reporter’s story on the “Triumph of the Beta Male.”
This doesn’t help the world pic.twitter.com/ftfWQtkc5e
— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) December 10, 2020
🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮 Betas suck, male or female. BE AN ALPHA. https://t.co/b4g6ninLVC
— 🎄Merry Ginger 🎅🏻 (@mchastain81) December 10, 2020
Traditional masculinity is attractive.
There, I fixed it for you.
— Lady Demosthenes (@LadyDemosthenes) December 10, 2020
So much soy consumption in Hollyweird.
— Ani (@AnitaBolena55) December 10, 2020
There's pills for that now, Kumail.
— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) December 10, 2020
— Trail Bum (@TrailBum2) December 10, 2020
We need more traditional masculinity
— 🧐 Bitcoin Gent! 🧐 (@BitcoinGent) December 10, 2020
I’m here for the ratio.
Traditional masculinity is the cure.
— Lillian🤱🏻The Postmodern Mom (@postmodern_mum) December 10, 2020
Mediocre actors as social commentary experts are a plague.
— Kyle Beckley (@Kyle_Beckley) December 10, 2020
Tell us more Kumail pic.twitter.com/O8BrJ3SH1e
— Sean E Ryan (@ATxFellow) December 10, 2020
— Emily Domenech (@ehdomenech) December 10, 2020
— Ian Chant 🇦🇺🇨🇦🐉👮🏾♂️ (@chant_ian) December 10, 2020
Last night I fixed the dishwasher, stacked the woodpile, folded laundry and read my son a bedtime story. Traditional masculinity is awesome!
— Vurt Konnegut (@aaroncoddington) December 10, 2020
Traditional masculinity is awesome.
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) December 10, 2020
Agreed. It's time to reduce the poisonous testosterone down to 0
– Red meat & organs
– Joe rogan podcasts
– Sports games
– 6 pack abs
Just soy, porn and dad bods.
Finally women can rejoice when their husbands have bigger boobs than them
— Carnivore Aurelius © (@KetoAurelius) December 10, 2020
We suffer from a shortage of traditional masculinity.
— Rae 🔥 (@FiatLuxGenesis) December 10, 2020
Well, you tested negative, so no worries.
— Arthur Fortune (@CBove1) December 10, 2020
Soy poisoning is the real killer.
— HighSocks (@HighSocks5) December 10, 2020
If masculinity was the problem, then kids growing up without father figures would be better off than kids with a dad in their lives.
We need MORE masculinity and less soy
— joe nida (@304Maverick) December 10, 2020
*stars in marvel movie*
— Samuel (@McquillanSamuel) December 10, 2020
Oh yeah, according to a magazine called — Men’s Health — he’s gotten “fully ripped” to play a superhero in a new Marvel movie:
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) December 10, 2020
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) December 9, 2020
We hope there’s no punching or violence or conflict.
Softest “Superhero” of all time!
— Josh Moore (@MooreningWood) December 10, 2020
Traditional masculinity protects, provides, builds, defends. We need more of it.
— Hello Foofie (@HelloFoofie) December 10, 2020
WE NEED MEN! Not man-buns, not men-in-dresses, not skinny-legged-boys.
MEN. Courageous, dangerous, strong, bearded, dragon-slaying, God-fearing MEN.
— Yana Kvasha (@YKvasha) December 10, 2020
Traditional masculinity is sexy. There, I fixed for you.
— Mikki Kraken (@FreeNtheUSA) December 10, 2020
To be traditionally masculine is to be a gentleman – to care for, love, and protect their families, even if it means taking on a heavier load for themselves. We need more traditional masculinity.
— Natalie Dinges Retz (@natdinges) December 10, 2020
You've obviously found the cure.
— DiceWithUniverse (@oughtdo) December 10, 2020
Can’t wait for the Kumail Nanjiani “action” figure from “The Eternals.” Wonder what it does?
Is this a bit? Actor-comedian Kumail Nanjiani very calmly warns that ‘this election is an existential threat to me & my family’ https://t.co/baBCPm32nG
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 20, 2020