Glenn Beck Host: When Women Are Leaders It’s A Sign That The Country Is Cursed Because Its Men Are Weak

“Behind every man is a strong woman that he leads as she takes care of his household. As she looks after his family, as she helps him to add value to the family. Right? So he can focus on his work.

“But this idea that like somehow men don’t have the capability to solve the issues – guys, we caused these problems. We literally made the issues. You can blame it on women. We’re the ones who gave ’em the right to vote. We’re the ones who let them into power.

“Roe V. Wade voted in by men and then women, they did help take it apart, but it was catalyzed by Clarence Thomas, who was a man.

“And so the fact that we’ve gotten to a point in the world where they’re saying, ‘Well, now we need to just give up. Men need to shut up. They need to step back and they need to just let women figure things out.’ Women can’t even get along with each other.

“They can’t even figure out their friendships. They’re not gonna figure out the country. There’s plenty of lovely women out there who are strong leaders, who are bold, who have filled positions that men have given up that men have chosen not to lead in.

“When women lead, it’s a sign of a curse on a country because if men are strong and they’re leading the country, well, women do not feel the need to lead.” – Glenn Beck’s Blaze TV host Elijah Shaffer.

If you watch the video at the link above, you’ll see that Shaffer’s producer, who weighs in with even more offensive agreement, appears to be about 16 years old.

Shaffer last appeared on JMG in April 2022 when he and his co-host joked about murdering trans children in a segment that was later edited out of YouTube versions of his show.