One of the more onerous aspects of being smarter than 99.9% of the True Believers of the Manosphere is having to debunk their nonsense - which is a bit tiresome but not hard.
Let's take the delusion that Trump is an "alpha." He's not. I've heard him referred to as a "short-fingered vulgarian." Which he is. He has a godawful haircut, and he wouldn't get the women he does if he wasn't super-rich. And he's rich because he was born rich.
Imagine if he was just some regular guy who acted as he does. He'd be nowhere.
But guess what? None of that matters. He connects with people and says the right things, and those are the only things that matters. He's going to be President, taking 46 to 48 states.
The first person I saw calling himself an "alpha" was the buffoon Ted Nugent. I know people who know him, and guess what? He's completely unlikeable, and a complete screwup who just had enough musical talent to become rich.
Maybe we need a President who is short-fingered vulgarian, one who insults and sees though all the lying globalist traitors of both parties - who want to destroy the United States. He makes fools of of them, which is easy, and which they deserve.
It's better to describe him as a national and populist, which he is. No one smart takes Manosphere babble seriously, anyway ("Roissy," who is a Jew - which means "leftist cultural destroyer") was hallucinating about Trump hiring him - to give horrible advice, of course (he thinks Trump reads his site).
So, of course I'm going to vote for Trump - and I don't vote.
And all you Trump haters out there? Shove it.
"The deepest principle of human nature is the craving to be appreciated." — William James.