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After the nuclear incident at Monument Valley, television pundit shows had a field day. They brought in experts from around the country and from every discipline to analyze the situation. The more sensational the show, the happier they were.
Gett was often brought on to shows to provide the conservative side. His blunt, antagonistic style was certain to enrage whomever he was debating, and he took great pleasure in using racist and misogynistic suggestion in his arguments. His target of choice was the feminist movement, whose followers he referred to as "Feminazis" on television, radio and in his book, Hidden Agenda: Fingering Modern Feminism.
It was revealed on a radio show, however, that he is a closeted homosexual. What effect this will have on his career is uncertain.