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Comedian Brad Stine On Fox & Friends: ‘Men Created The Constitution, Boys Created Occupy Wall Street’

On Monday’s edition of Fox and Friends, conservative comedian and Alpha male proponent Brad Stine spoke out against the “wussification of America” and how entitlement programs were turning men into boys. He also managed to take a swipe at the Occupy Wall Street movement: “Conservative concepts believe in little government — take care of yourself, and that makes men who invent things like the constitution! Liberal thought has big government — we’ll take care of you — and that creates boys and they create things like Occupy Wall Street! There’s a difference between the way men and boys behave.”

Co-host Gretchen Carlson had opened the segment by citing a new survey that showed young men in their 20s and 30s were moving back in with their parents. She then aired a clip from the Will Ferrell comedy Stepbrothers. “Is this Mama’s boy trend something from the movies or proof of the wussification of America?” asked anchor Brian Kilmeade alluding to Stine’s comedy album.

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“Let me explain something to you my brothers, and listen carefully. The wussification of America is killing us and it starts with the wussification of men!” exclaimed Stine. “You want to reclaim your country? You got to go back to the first men who started this country, the founding fathers and this is going to be shocking for the liberal professors out there that are indoctrinating our kids but the founding fathers believed in the Judeo-Christian god that believed we have life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness! You can pursuit it. If you don’t get it, it’s your fault! You messed up. Go back to work. Work harder.”

Watch Stine bash the Occupy Wall Street movement as an example of the wussification of America below, via Fox News:

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