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Blaze TV host Elijah Schaffer went on a bizarre rant about women’s place in society during a recent episode of his podcast.

The host of Slightly Offensive talked about how, in his opinion, the ’empowering women’ movement intentionally weakens society.

“The saying ‘Behind every good man is an even greater woman.

’ I don’t like that phrase. I don’t like that phrase,” Schaffer began.

“Wrong,” shouted producer Josiah David.

“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 we can focus on his work,” Schaffer said.

“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,” he continued.

“Roe v. Wade voted in by men,” David added.

“Yeah, it was all — 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,” Schaffer said angrily.

“They can’t even figure out their friendships. They’re not gonna figure out the country,” he added. “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.”

“Yeah. A woman is only as strong as her husband,” David said. “If a woman is as strong or if she’s a bitch or whatever she’s doing, it’s because her husband isn’t leading her properly,” David continued.

“If the husband doesn’t have his house in check and the wife has to step in and fulfill that role, then your house gets outta line. Why are you surprised? You’re the man of God. You’re the man who’s supposed to take control of your house, take control of your wife,” he added.

“If you know, shit starts breaking and you know, the house starts getting sideways, but you’ve been gone or you’ve been doing stuff — partying. Can you really be surprised because you abandoned your post and you need to — your wife is your post and you have to make sure that you’re leading her and telling her what to do, because she’s not the leader of the household,” he concluded.

“No she’s not. I know a lot of people have different kinds of relationships, right? Like, you have to understand the empowering of women was meant to weaken men,” Schaffer said.

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The View’s Alyssa Farah Griffin reveals her REAL feelings about each co-host– including fellow newcomer Ana Navarro

THE View newcomer Alyssa Farah Griffin has revealed her real feelings about each of her co-hosts in a new interview.

The 33-year-old has recently been announced as a new permanent host on the talk show, along with Ana Navarro, who has also been revealed as official member of the cast.

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During last Thursday’s broadcast of The View, the show finally made its big announcement about who would be taking over the spot left empty by ex-host Meghan McCain.

It was revealed that not only would Alyssa be joining as a permanent host, but so would Ana.

In an interview with People, Alyssa opened up about her true feelings for each of her new co-workers – Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines, and Ana.

Despite fans often calling out Sunny for shading Alyssa during their live broadcasts, the newcomer said she’s learned a lot from the lawyer and has some very positive feelings for her.

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Alyssa began: “I adore her. She's brilliant. She is important for me to have gotten to know because we come from such different backgrounds and lived experiences. 

She added that she finds Sunny to be “a tremendous woman.”

As for Joy, Alyssa loves how “strong” she is “in her convictions,” while still finding a way to get her opinions across in a humorous way.

“Humor is one of the greatest healers and our country needs more of it,” the 33-year-old continued.

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When it came time to talk about Whoopi, Alyssa couldn’t help but gush over how much of an “icon” the comedian is.

She admitted that she’s followed the actress’ career her “entire life” and has watched how well she “resonates with people.”

Last week, Whoopi revealed on air that Alyssa would be joining the hosting panel in a permanent capacity, saying: “She understands what it’s like to be in the hot seat, and she’s not afraid of it. 

“And she’s taken both sides of the aisle to task.”

The moderator added: “After 29 visits to the show, we’re now making it official. Please welcome to the table, Alyssa Farah Griffin!”

After Alyssa came out, she gave a speech about what it means to her to be joining the show’s cast.

“It is such an honor to be with you ladies every day on the set,” she said.

Alyssa added that she’s “so proud to have found [her] voice” and is so excited to be joining the table to “hopefully bring a different perspective.”

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Whoopi went on to announce that recurring guest co-host Ana had also been given a permanent role and told the the CNN commentator that she had "the floor" for a speech, too.

Ana took this time to reminisce about her experience on the talk show over the past few years, as well as to thank so many people for making this opportunity possible.

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