Mitchel asked the question, why does the media give Roosh a platform? This is an important question to ask. If you’re enemies are giving you a platform, it’s because they’re planning on kicking it out from under you at the right moment. That is pretty much what happened when Roosh went on the Dr. Oz show.
This point was made by Uncle Malky on Barbarossaaa’s blog.
Roosh is the ideal adversary. Here is a guy who writes multiple books on the topic of seduction (how to be a PUA) and has next door to 0 PR skills. He has to e-beg to keep his sorry-ass website going fer Chrissakes! All his big talk about how “Betas need to learn game.” HA HA HA! The average store manager at Trader Joe’s has more “game” than this clown.
Roosh gets a media platform because he is the perfect adversary for them. He walks into traps that would be obvious for just about anyone else. Plus, Roosh fails to make use of opportunities even while in those traps. For example, he could have asked the women on Dr. Oz who were attacking him about his fat shaming views if they would be attracted a homeless guy on the street. Roosh couldn’t even do that. Braininavat pointed out that the media gives Roosh a platform because they understand him. Part of that is because he won’t ask the hard questions given the opportunity.
To summarize, the media treats Roosh as a court jester, and Roosh is too stupid to realize it.