So the media's bias was revealed again when Rand Paul got flak for "taking on" the Today Show's Savannah Guthrie, which was "not a good move:"
In comes Chuck Todd, obviously revealing himself as a white knight by supporting the gynocentric narrative by turning the women (oh the poor women!) into victims.
The interview in question:
There is nothing inappropriate in this interview. I've worked in and observed politics for a long time. I have seen far worse interactions than this with men and women alike. This was very tame and typical of how politicians handle the press. To suggest that this is somehow a women's victimization narrative is patently absurd.
The implied premise is also absurd, that somehow Rand Paul needs to wear dainty gloves when he's interviewed by women but doesn't in his interactions with men, showing that once again, the feminist narrative does not care about "equality," only special privileges for a certain subset of women, and good little white knight Chuck Todd will support the disenfranchisement of men at its expense - but not at his own of course, because he's a media elite.
Although he doesn't look as ridiculous as many of his white knight kin, I still sense low T levels in that face.