Dave Daubenmire: It’s ‘Sexual Abuse’ for Women to Lead Men On

Last week, radical Religious Right activist Dave Daubenmire appeared on “The Hagmann Report” to weigh in on the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, where he railed against the supposed “double standard” in society in which women are allowed to commit “sexual abuse” by leading men on.

“What would be going on in America today if Judge Kavanaugh went before the cameras and said, ‘Yeah, you know what? That did happen back then, but it didn’t happen the way she said it happened. Let me tell you something, she was in there taking on about any boy that wanted to come in there. And if I remember this right, I wasn’t the only guy in there; there were a bunch of them. And I’m not proud of it, but I’m telling you, she was giving it out like candy’?” Daubenmire said. “Boy, they would scream and holler, you’re disparaging her character and all that kind of stuff. There is such a double standard that is going on in America and it’s happened because, truthfully, most men in particular, we’re scared of women.”

“We have to learn once again to fight like girls,” he added, “because, man, they’re vicious … That Jezebel feminist spirit, that is one of the most powerful ones out that and I’ll be honest with you, right now that spirit is eating men alive.”

“Women don’t really want to be equal,” Daubenmire continued. “They want to be equal in employment and they want to be equal in responsibility but, man, they don’t want to be equal sexually. Oh no, no, no, no. And I know I’m speaking for many males that are watching and listening to this show right now—how about all the times when you were a teenage [boy] and some girl … led you on and led you on and then, all of a sudden, pulled the plug? Every guy that has blood flowing through his body had that happen. Isn’t that sexual abuse as well?”

“I don’t get it anymore how only men can be the aggressor, only men can be the offenders,” he griped. “Uh uh. No brothers, we’ve got to stand up and say, ‘This doesn’t flush, we’re not going to let this happen, we’re not going to live by this double standard.'”