Couric Named “America’s Sweetheart”, Hosts ABC Talk Show
In 2012, ABC introduced “Katie”, a daytime talk show with Katie Couric. She was given a record $40 million contract to join ABC News and host the program.
Couric is known for hosting NBC’s “Today Show” from 1991-2006. During this era, she was given the nickname “America’s Sweetheart”.
In 2006, Couric signed a $15 million-a-year contact with CBS and hosted “CBS Evening News” from 2006-2011. She also became a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
After moving to ABC in 2011, Couric explained that her new talk show would be “a lifestyle show, with news components” that reflect her own “background and interests”. (sound familiar?)
Back in the 1990s, Jewish journalist Barbara Walters created “The View”, a daytime talk show for women. Many stay-at-home mothers began to watch the show and developed a personal bond with the hosts.
Television has helped shape millions of women’s views about themselves and society. Although the women who watch daytime talk shows are typically housewives with a family, these shows influence their beliefs and values. “The View” promotes feminism, homosexuality, and immorality.
However, Barbara Walter is becoming old and irrelevant. “The View” has been around for sixteen seasons and is quickly losing viewers.
Therefore, “Katie” was created to promote Jewish feminism to a new generation of stay-at-home moms.
Below are some examples of topics that have been featured on Couric’s show:
“Fifty Shades of Grey” Author E.L. James (September 17, 2012)
Love and the Dating Violence Epidemic (September 20, 2012)
Bullying: A National Epidemic (October 2, 2012)
Trapped in the Wrong Body: Growing Up Transgender (February 26, 2013)
Modern Families (March 6, 2013)
Girls Around the World (March 7, 2013)
Women and Equity (March 11, 2013)
Here are several examples of Jewish feminists that have appeared on her show:
Barbra Streisand (September 25, 2012)
Chelsea Handler (September 28, 2012)
Sharon Osbourne (November 1, 2012)
Bette Midler (December, 20, 2012)
Goldie Hawn (February 1, 2013)
Joan Rivers (February 22, 2013)
Sheryl Sandberg (March 11, 2013).
On Couric’s blog back in 2007, she explained her feminist views:
“The feminist movement that began in the 1970’s helped women make tremendous strides—but there still haven’t been enough great leaps for womankind. Fifty-one percent of America is female, but women make up only about sixteen percent of Congress—which, as the Washington Monthly recently pointed out, is better than it’s ever been…but still not as good as parliaments in Rwanda (forty-nine percent women) or Sweden (forty-seven percent women). Only nine Fortune 500 companies have women as CEO’s.
She concluded by declaring that “all of us still have an obligation to ask: Don’t more women deserve a place at the table too?”
Couric can certainly argue that qualified women “deserve a place at the table”, but her belief that fifty percent of these positions should be held by women is entirely sexist.
That system of “equal representation” would result in a quota system, measuring people by their gender instead of their qualifications. I thought that’s what feminists claimed to be arguing against in the first place?
In 2009, Couric was asked if she was a feminist and responded:
“Oh yeah. I am. I am. I feel very strongly that women should have equal opportunity. I believe strongly in civil rights.”
Jewish feminists like Katie Couric claim to be promoting “equal opportunity” and “civil rights”, but their real purpose is to promote competition between men and women to destroy the traditional family.