The Women’s March was an insult to women! The participants seemed clueless as to what they were actually taking part in. Some donned vulgar attire and proudly held obscene and tasteless signs. Even more eye-brow raising was seeing children had been brought along to the corral of absurdity and highly questionable surroundings.
I’m sure it is true that many of the women believed they were standing up against a misogynist Trump. After all, what else could they dare think of him after hearing the private conversation banter between him and Billy Bush?
The women could have actually considered that many men talk quite vulgar in like private conversations. Most, however, have been lucky enough not to have been taped and therefore able to deny they have ever said anything offensive about females.
But oh no…
The pink hat ladies with their vulgar signs and vagina heads screamed how they were being disrespected. How unacceptable and inexcusable.
Did they happen to look around at each other?
They should have.
Nothing Donald Trump said in that private conversation disrespected women as much as those pink hats, nasty signs and vagina heads did. (I wonder if any have figured that out yet.)
More concerning than the over-blown outrage is that so many women fell in-line and allowed their emotions to over-ride their logic brain cells. (Women do have them too.)
Linda Sarsour is pro-Sharia. She was one of the organizers of the march. Didn’t that ever concern any of the women proudly looking like vulgar dim-wits? Likewise, did it concern any that terrorist Rasmea Odeh or convicted murderess Donna Hylton were so prominent in the organization of or participation in the women’s march they were taking part in?
No? If not – why not?
I know a great many women that are strong and intelligent. I know it, which is why I don’t know how so many got suckered into a women’s march that made them look like brainless sheep in need of shepherding. I don’t know how it happened, but I do know it happened. Sadly, I saw it on television.
What is terrifying is that so many women have fallen prey to the con and are setting America up for a setback in women’s rights and therefore all true and good rights.
We are seeing a rash of rights to be inappropriate, say inappropriate things and make inappropriate claims. And all of this has happened as the chaos among women and young people was created by those who don’t have America first in mind. Some may be elitists looking for control of the little people. Others may think globalism is their claim to fame existence. Even others seem to have fallen into the mindset that Socialism, Marxism or Communism is the ultimate Utopia no matter how many times each has proven to be a failed and cruel system.
One must wonder where we would be today, if women had taken the time to research, objectively think through what was transpiring and what they were being fed. Did it all really make sense? Was someone attempting to fan the flames? If so, why were they doing so? What was behind all this? Did the exaggeration really make sense?
The women’s march seems to be part of a plan to create chaos and opening the door to more opportunity to create same. After all, how could anyone defend the women’s right to march and call foul, while condemning Antifa and BLM’s right to do the same?
Yes, I think it has all been part of a plan. An outrageous plan. A ploy being played upon women and the other unsuspecting.
It’s now obvious. It’s now well past time to combat the outrageous ploy to take down the America we have known and make us slaves and servants unto those we may blindly lift into power.
It is time to reject the nonsense and instead embrace truth, integrity, justice and the rule of law.
Yes, it is time!
Copyright © 2017 Carrie K. Hutchens