Some would have you think that the Women’s March is about women. But in actuality, it’s more about pushing the leftist agenda with hatred of Trump and conservatives.
Street reporter Austen “Fleccas” Fletcher took a deep dive into the march in Los Angeles on Sunday to ask participants why they were there protesting.
And what he found was that a lot of them had no real idea why they were protesting.
From Daily Wire:
The women and their male “allies” had no clear message, as you might expect, though there was talk of white guilt, a women’s “right” to kill an unborn child up until birth, the widely debunked “gender pay gap,” hatred for President Trump (he’s unqualified because he’s “never been president before”), and signs calling for the murder of Trump and Vice President Pence.
*Warning for language*
The Secret Sevice might want to check in with the girl who whose sign read “Kill Donald Trump Kill Mike Pence, It’s Guillotine Time B*tches!! When Fleccas asked what that meant, she said it meant she wanted to kill them.
When Fleccas brought up positive signs in the economy such as the robust stock market, one ‘male ally’ said that the stock market was rising before. Fleccas asked him had it ever risen as much as it has since Trump came in? The man’s response was that “The most recent increases are untrustworthy.”
Wait, what? This is the height of crazy. Stock market increases under Obama? Yay! Stock market increases under Trump? Can’t possibly be real (even though they are). Insanity.
Missing from the mix was anything that protested on behalf of the truly oppressed women of the world such as in Venezuela and Iran.
Indeed, one woman holding a sign with the famous image of Muslim woman in an American flag hijab even went so far as to say that she wasn’t supporting the women protesting in Iran and the lady next to her argued for making people wear the hijab.
The young lady next to her — stunningly — pitched a case for the compulsory wearing of the hijab, which only has a bad rap from “white colonists.” Fleccas asked if her sign of the woman in the American flag hijab might be offensive to “Muslim women who are oppressed by the hijab.”
Her answer, I kid you not, went as follows: “So, obviously I’m not Muslim so I feel like I can’t speak for Muslim women, but I did take a Middle Eastern Studies class this past semester, and one of the things I learned is that the hijab really got a negative image from white colonists.”
Meanwhile, Iranian women are protesting, being beaten and killed protesting such oppression. But boo, “white colonists!”
These folks all could benefit from several history classes on the gifts America has brought to the world and the harms done by Communism and socialism.
[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]