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Matt Walsh

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Matt Walsh is an anti-feminist blogger who runs the aptly named Matt Walsh Blog. Most of his blogs involve him mischaracterizing and insulting things that he doesn't agree with or like. Especially targeted are things like immigration, gender equality and feminist-oriented causes, such as the pro-choice movement.[1] On top of all this, he also writes for the.. 'News' source known as The Blaze.

Not to be confused with the former The Daily Show correspondent, Matt Walsh.

Views on clinical depression[edit]

Walsh does not seem to believe in the existence of depression,[2] or at least believe in chemical imbalances being the cause for it. He claims that they as a cause have been "thoroughly debunked over and over again", then citing how drug companies bring in hundreds of millions of dollars treating it, with Walsh not even bothering to explain how what is supposedly a lie can make companies that much money.

The good[edit]

To his credit, he has criticized Donald Trump numerous times.[3][4][5]

He has also criticized young Earth creationism and the belief that the word "day" in the book of Genesis absolutely must refer to a literal, 24-hour day.[6]

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