PETERSEN: Thanks to the Patriotic Frat Boys, 2024 Is The Summer of Men

by | May 8, 2024 | Opinion

Welcome to the Summer of Men, where the bros are rising up to reclaim their place in society and lean into their unapologetic power. For far too long, masculinity has been overshadowed by relentless feminist whining… but this summer, men are stepping out from the sidelines and taking the power back.

Patriotic frat boys across the country are making headlines fighting back against Palestinian protestors on campus. Haranguing harridans and beached whales bellowing in their faces aren’t stopping them from raising American flags over their heads, wearing patriotic swag, and mocking the mostly women-lead pro-terrorist rallies enveloping out nation. No more cowering in the corner or biting their tongues to fit into the ultra-liberal narrative—it’s time to rock the bold attitude that only frat boy swagger can deliver.

This summer, we’re celebrating our masculine energy, and whether we’re grilling, rallying, or simply having a cold one with the boys, we’re stepping back into our rightful roles with pride and passion. The Summer of Men is here, and we’re just getting started.

The current campus protests have been a total showcase of dipsy dames putting on a narcissistic social media circus for the world to see:

You’ve got the ladies at UVA crying “It’s raining!” when they finally got the boot to pack up their tents. Then there’s the self-proclaimed radical at Columbia who threw a press conference demanding food and water for her buddies who’d barricaded themselves in a building. “This is like basic humanitarian aid,” declared Johannah King-Slutzky (no joke), a PhD student rocking a keffiyeh for that ultimate “terrorist chic” look.

Emory’s Caroline Fohlin screamed, “I am a professor!” when she got cuffed for allegedly smacking a cop on the head. “I hit him on the head very lightly to get his attention, and they grabbed me, threw me to the ground, and arrested me,” she whined as she was dragged off. Meanwhile, California’s activist queen Riddhi Patel showed up at a city council meeting, promising to take out any councilor who dared oppose a Gaza cease-fire resolution: “We’ll see you at your house. We’ll murder you,” she snarled. But the next time we saw her, she was bawling her eyes out in court after catching charges for threatening state officials.

You love to see it.

Meanwhile, the real losers in these protests up to this point have been the dudes, especially if they’re straight, white, and still into staying male. They’re the new forgotten crowd, mocked just for existing. So, what do they do? They own their frat boy summer attitude and crank up the rudeness. No more Mr. nice Beta boy, please miss may I have a crumb of punani if I just nod and agree with you?

One gigantic landwhale who so happened to be black approached the frat boys at the University of Mississippi, and was roundly mocked for being 20 years old and somehow qualifying for planet sized status such that she has her own gravitational pull. One frat boy mocked her roundly in a way that the left instantly seized upon as a gorilla parody but was confirmed by scientists to actually be the call of a North Atlantic Walrus. No racism here, friends… just pure environmental awareness.

No wonder Gallup polls show young men are getting more Republican by the year. Between 2013 and 2023, dudes 18 to 29 saw an 11-point jump in Republican support, probably because school-aged boys got sick of lockdowns and safety obsessions during COVID. They’re now 30% more conservative than their ultra-liberal female peers. While the frat bros flex their conservatism, women have gone even more Democratic and liberal in the last decade. As one frat bro at UCLA shouted at a woman trying to wrestle him for a barricade, “You stand no chance, old lady!”

Old lady, young lady, dude who looks like a lady. None of them stand a chance in the face of frat boy summer. From the unapologetic confidence in our walk, to the neon pit vipers and US flag overalls, to the fierce camaraderie that builds brotherhood, we’re making this the summer of Men.

There’s no more room for shame, and we won’t be silenced by those who would rather see us downplay our power.

This summer, we’re celebrating our masculine energy, and whether we’re grilling, rallying, or simply having a cold one with the boys, we’re stepping back into our rightful roles with pride and passion. The Summer of Men is here, and we’re just getting started.

Austin Petersen is a former Libertarian presidential candidate turned Republican and the host of the Wake Up America show every Monday-Friday from 7-9am central which you can stream live on Rumble, or listen to on Spotify or iTunes. He resides in Jefferson City, Missouri with his wife Stephanie and their two presidential French Bulldogs, Calvin and George.

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