You Gotta See This Gal:  Jedediah Bila

By | February 8, 2023

[February 8, 2023]  I’m still laughing.  Moments ago, I listened to a video podcast of a real tiger of a woman, Jedediah Bila.  She’s funny, witty, and really out there on today’s women (and men) affairs and how these they have destroyed themselves when it comes to long-term relationships, family, and security.  Jedediah Bila is an American television host, author, political libertarian, and outspoken critic of today’s hook-up culture.

She’s highly entertaining.  Her shows are fast-paced, engaging, and laser-focused on the trouble women create for themselves and how they lie to themselves, their friends, dates, and men about what they want.  The premise of her show is to expose the hypocrisy of a culture that lies to women, and the women accept those lies with open arms.

“Feminists are notoriously miserable.  That’s right, I said it.” – Jedediah Bila on Twitter, 5 Feb 2023

 Men are tired of being played.  Can you imagine someone like Jedediah that has the fortitude to call a spade a spade and do this day after day?  In one of her latest episodes, she explains why a struggling female weightlifter is not getting help from men at a gym.  “We’re seeing videos of all these women in a gym with their boobies out, their booties out, and a guy has the NERVE to look her way.”  “Guys are seeing this and saying, I’m out of this, don’t involve me.” “I won’t help you.”

Feminism is wrecking men.  The natural instinct of men would be to go over and help this struggling woman on the weights.  Normal.  The modern woman says that all the good men are gone, no chivalry anymore, etc.  Jedediah says that women themselves killed off these kinds of men.  Guys are now afraid to be men.

In the comments section, one man named Mark wrote, “If we helped her, we get arrested.”  Yep, that sums it up.  Women are told they are the best thing for the world, and men are not worth their time except to pay for a good time.  Well, let’s see how that works out.

Jedediah has written two books and is now the host of her Podcast called Jedediah Bila LIVE on Valuetainment.

You go, girl …..


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Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

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25 thoughts on “You Gotta See This Gal:  Jedediah Bila

  1. Jasmine

    Hi Gen. Satterfield, i just ran across this article on Jedediah Bila. Her videos are wonderful listening to. I’ve learned so much about women and men and how they are made for each other. No amount of feminist movement will affect me. That movement helped destroy women.

  2. Mr. T.J. Asper

    Feminism is wrecking men. But feminism is also wrecking families and our nation. When you demonize any segment of the population, you will ultimately fail and destroy many along the way. As a High School teacher, I see it every day and I personally fight it too.

    1. Desert Cactus

      Thank you Mr. TJ Asper for standing up for your boys and not letting them be targeted by well-meaning but stupid female teachers.

      1. Bryan Z. Lee

        I think it’s not just female teachers but gay male teachers who are also targeting young boys. ✔

      2. Jonnie the Bart

        ….. and teachers are saying they are just being “compassionate.”

        1. Willie Strumburger

          Well, as we know, “compassion” can kill. That is the real problem of the political radical leftists who insist we treat everyone equal and that any disparity in outcome of school tests, job placement, etc. is a result of sexism and racism. Well, we all know that that is dead end logic. Let’s not allow compassion to kill us because it definitely will … teach the basics in school and get away from all the politics.

  3. Otto Z. Zuckermann

    I spent part of yesterday sitting back and watching Jedediah Bila in action. Now, I must say that somehow I had overlooked her and boy was that a mistake. I like her method of pounding (nicely, I might add) on those who insist that there is [phantom] toxic masculinity. She’s great. Listen to her.

  4. H. M. Longstreet

    I had a chance the other day to listen to Jededia and found her stimulating my thinking and for that, I say that she is someone who I’m happy to recommend. Oh, listening to her shorter takes is my personal favorite but the longer podcasts are much more in-depth and useful.

    1. Liz at Home

      Ha Ha Ha….. I’ve had similar experiences. They dis men but want their help. Whatsup with that?

    2. Greg Heyman

      Thanks Gen. Satterfield. BTW, I’m sure she might want to read your book. I see some similarities in what you write and what she has on her podcasts. I’ve been a fan of hers since she was a host on Fox News.

      1. Nick Lighthouse

        I didn’t know she was on Fox News. I hear that she has been on television for a number of years.

    1. Tom Bushmaster

      I never heard of her before, but I’ll definitely go to her podcast and listen. Thanks Gen. Sattefield.

      1. JT Patterson

        Yes! Exactly the kind of article that I like to see here on Gen. Satterfield’s leadership website and one I’ll be sharing with my friends and family. Keep up the great work and keep on pushing the our limits to help us personally expand out ideas. 😎👀❤✔😉

  5. Armywife

    I’m definitely going to check her out. And I’ll hold on to my guy who still opens the door for me, calls me sweetie and appreciates this strong woman who takes the time to ‘pretty’ herself up for him.


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