Always good practice to check out who’s behind any “grassroots” mob movement promotion & organization before you choose to align & identify with them. Investigate their stated objectives, goals, ideologies & any hidden agendas for the instigation of any “rally” or “movement”.
Beware of being lured (manipulated) into any mob rule or mob mentality, whether Conservative or Liberal, without first checking the context of the “movement”. This would also apply to any Christian or Church “movements” or promotions.
Even though this past weekends women’s rally & movement was advertised as about “women’s rights”, it was in reality about liberalism, feminism and abortion rights. See the following:
CNN Analyst Says ‘Women’s March Isn’t About Women, It’s About Liberalism’ (Video)
CNN Accidentally Admits The Truth
The left finally admits the truth about the ‘women’s march’ that took place on Saturday in Washington D.C. and several other major U.S. cities.
Speaking on CNN, Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nance got into an argument with CNN’s Bakari Sellers who openly laughed at her and showed blatant disrespect towards her.
When Nance started talking about the march and brought up how pro-life women weren’t included in this women’s event, Sellers interrupted her saying “It’s not about women, it’s about liberalism.”
Feminism Has Had a Negative Impact on the Family
During the 1960’s and 70’s, when feminism was exploding, it had a terrible affect on men and on the family unit. Men no longer knew how to act or what was expected of them. Should they hold a door open for a woman, or would the woman become indignant? Should they automatically pay for a dinner on a date? What subjects should they avoid with women?
Women no longer were viewing the raising of their children as a top priority. They were being told to get out of the kitchen and into the corporate boardroom – let someone else care for their kids. Some women even wanted their husbands to become stay at home dads, so that the woman could work to show the world their “worth.”
Abortion is a Direct Result of Feminism
In 1973, our SCOTUS made a heinous decision which would impact millions of unborn babies and scar their mothers for life. Roe vs. Wade opened the way for women to rid themselves of inconvenient pregnancies. Since Roe Vs Wade, over 58 million unborn babies have been aborted.
The Women’s March after Inauguration is all about ABORTION
One of the promises of President Trump was to defund Planned Parenthood. That promise is being realized as President Trump is signing an executive order to defund the abortion providing giant.
Planned Parenthood is a killing machine and our government has been using our tax money to fund them with millions of dollars each year. This will stop with the new administration.
Planned Parenthood has lied about their services – claiming that women will not be able to have breast exams for cancer. The only thing that Planned Parenthood has ever done has been a check of the woman’s breasts, just as we have been taught to do at home. They do NOT provide Mammograms. The reality is this: Most revenue brought in by Planned Parenthood is from providing abortions.
Here’s an informative article that is a great example of unbiased investigative journalism seeking the truth behind the curtain of the Wizard of Oz’s “group think”:
Ex-WSJ Reporter Finds George Soros Has Ties To More Than 50 “Partners” Of The Women’s March
Former WSJ reporter Asra Nomani asks in the NYT’s “Women In the World” section what is the link between one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors and the Women’s March? Her answer: “as it turns out, it’s quite significant.”
In the pre-dawn darkness of today’s presidential inauguration day, I faced a choice, as a lifelong liberal feminist who voted for Donald Trump for president: lace up my pink Nike sneakers to step forward and take the DC Metro into the nation’s capital for the inauguration of America’s new president, or wait and go tomorrow to the after-party, dubbed the “Women’s March on Washington”?
The Guardian has touted the “Women’s March on Washington” as a “spontaneous” action for women’s rights. Another liberal media outlet, Vox, talks about the “huge, spontaneous groundswell” behind the march. On its website, organizers of the march are promoting their work as “a grassroots effort” with “independent” organizers. Even my local yoga studio, Beloved Yoga, is renting a bus and offering seats for $35. The march’s manifesto says magnificently, “The Rise of the Woman = The Rise of the Nation.”
It’s an idea that I, a liberal feminist, would embrace. But I know — and most of America knows — that the organizers of the march haven’t put into their manifesto: the march really isn’t a “women’s march.” It’s a march for women who are anti-Trump.
As someone who voted for Trump, I don’t feel welcome, nor do many other women who reject the liberal identity-politics that is the core underpinnings of the march, so far, making white women feel unwelcome, nixing women who oppose abortion and hijacking the agenda.
To understand the march better, I stayed up through the nights this week, studying the funding, politics and talking points of the some 403 groups that are “partners” of the march. Is this a non-partisan “Women’s March”?
Over 1 million women participated in the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, and it raised the question: What exactly are these women protesting?
A lot of the posters and social media posts that came out of the event painted a picture of a massive presence that was standing up for what they labeled as “women’s rights” that have been put in danger by President Trump.
Many women have voiced the concern that Roe v. Wade will be overturned, and abortion will be made illegal under Trump. However, Trump has never said that he wanted to ban abortion completely. What he has said is that he plans on appointing Supreme Court Justices who are “pro-life,” and if they choose to overturn Roe v. Wade, then abortion laws will be determined by the states.
Women have also criticized the fact that Trump reportedly plans to defund Planned Parenthood, because of the fact that it currently provides a taxpayer-funded abortion service.
All of this comes back to the same question: Why are 1 million women gathering together to demand that the federal government fund their healthcare and tell them what they can and cannot do? Why aren’t they looking for other alternatives and answers to the current problems?
Is this protest truly about women’s rights, or is it about women hopping on the bandwagon and demanding that the government take care of their needs?