I am a proud American. As a proud American, I support and defend every single Constitutional right granted to my fellow citizens. Perhaps one of the most important rights in the protection of our beliefs and causes is the ability to peaceably assemble for the purpose of protest.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. (Bill of Rights)
These, perhaps the most fundamental rights for every American, are largely enforced and backed up by the Second Amendment right to bear arms. Anyone can and should come together, peacefully, in order to express their concerns about our country and to make their voices heard.
It was this right that allowed thousands of black and white Americans to peacefully assemble in Washington D.C. for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 27, 1963. It was then that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his powerful and historic I Have a Dream speech.
This right also allowed for hundreds of out-of-work protestors to gather at Zuccotti Park, a privately owned park in downtown New York, for Occupy Wall Street, a largely misguided attempt to bring reform to what many people believed was a corrupt financial system. While Occupy Wall Street ended in embarrassment, with NYPD clearing away the rubble and filth left behind by the protesters, they were at least able to get their message out.
It is this right that also allows many women to gather on January 21, 2017, one day after Donald Trump's historic inauguration as the 45th President of the United States, as an act of protest to his presidency.
The organizers of the Women's March on Washington claim it's about sending a message of unity and diversity among women. They say they will be there to defend women's rights in this nation, strongly suggesting that the next President will not respect and defend them during his time in office.
But the truth is, this event, like everything else from the left, is a carefully orchestrated scheme- funded by shadowy figures and lobbyists, aimed at jeopardizing your freedoms.
Let's explore their motives first.
The event is simply a dog and pony show. It is going to be covered by the liberal media, you can be sure, and championed by such rag websites as the Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, and Gawker (if they even still exist). It's aimed at shaping the American public's view of the next President, before he even gets to work.
These liberal women want to send a message that they think Trump is bad for women's rights. Yet this is not based on any of his plans. He has not promised to strip away women's opportunities in the workplace. Surely, a man who has hired numerous successful women for his company, who had the first winning female campaign manager in history, respects and values strong, independent, effective women.
The real reason this march exists is because of two things: bitterness over Hillary Clinton's epic loss, and the fact that Trump wants to overturn Roe V. Wade.
Donald Trump made it very clear during the election that he would appoint conservative Justices to the Supreme Court who would most likely overturn the 1973 ruling that made abortion legal in the United States. This announcement made millions of pro-life Americans- including many mothers and wives-cheer for joy.
Of course, this would shock the progressive liberals who consider abortion a necessity in their agenda. They don't consider it a reluctant evil; they think of it as a badge of honor for women. Think about that: modern liberals are proud of the fact that the United States of America lets a person exterminate the most precious and fragile among us: unborn children.
That's a crime in my book. Period.
But, all things being equal, those women (and a few men) are allowed to gather in D.C. and show off how they don't like Donald Trump. Fine. They've been doing that for a year and a half. I respect their Constitutional right to speak, without fear of a government or regime robbing them of that freedom.
But the fact remains, this march is not about protecting women's "reproductive rights" (as they call abortion). It is a cleverly orchestrated affair, by abortion lobbyists, to create the image that the left is fighting back against Trump.
Even though we know the left is rapidly dying.
Despite its lip service to “diversity,” the media-hyped “Women’s March on Washington” has turned out to be just another front for the abortion lobby, promoted by Planned Parenthood and its cronies...
Although organizers hail the event as a “grassroots effort,” in reality, it is a massive top-down, choreographed assembly paid for by major donors such as George Soros and Planned Parenthood, “helmed by four national co-chairs and a national coordinating committee who are working around the clock to pull it all together.” (via Breitbart)
Oh, wow would you like at that, George Soros' named popped up! Why do you think he is often behind liberal progressive organizations and movements (from funding Black Lives Matter riots and the post-election protests)? It's not because he's some compassionate progressive, eager to help the cause. It's because he and his people are globalists. And liberal policies that tamp down on citizens' liberty and self-will go hand in hand with global powers taking over.
Abortion has always had its roots in eugenics, a vile strategy aimed at preventing black people and other minorities (or low-income people) from procreating. That's how Planned Parenthood- a den of evil and corruption- got its start. Globalists love this sort of thing because they want to lower the earth's population. They can't have us poor people rising up and demanding freedom! So they attack us at all levels, including our ability to have children.
Remember, that was the sentiment that Scrooge had before he had a change of heart.
Since the counter-culture movement of the 60's and 70's, abortion activists have deceived millions of women into thinking abortion gives them freedom. When it is a clever scheme to rob them of their identity and their greatest gift: the ability to raise a family.
The hypocrisy of the Women's March was readily felt as black activists involved attacked white women. Other pro-life women's groups were denied entry into the event. Apparently diversity and the rights of women only count if you are a liberal, feminist, or lesbian. Happily married women who want to protect unborn children need not apply.
When contrasted with the abundance of celebrations surrounding Inauguration Day and the installation of the next President, the bitter, hate-driven Women's March is only an embarrassment to our nation. Every person that attends is showing disrespect for our country's next chapter in history and is defending a practice that should have long ago been rejected.