The so-called “Women’s March” was NOT about Women’s Rights being trampled in the U.S.
Opinion By Karri Lewis AWAKE California
So many women, like me, are befuddled and embarrassed by the outrageous costumes and antics of women that participated in the “Women’s March.”
The message and point of the women’s march seemed to get lost in translation, if there was even a clear message at all…
Media Editorials cited in Wikipedia State:
“On January 4, 2017, columnist Shikha Dalmia called the protest “a feel-good exercise in search of a cause“.
The New York Post Editorial Board asked if the event might be “cursed”, writing, “The three white feminists who thought up the idea felt obliged to change that title after they faced charges of ‘cultural appropriation'”.
The organizers’ decision to make Angela Davis a featured speaker was criticized from the right by Humberto Fontova and National Review. Libertarian journalist Cathy Young wrote that Davis’s “long record of support for political violence in the United States and the worst of human rights abusers abroad” undermined the march.
I’m still trying to make sense of it all.
And, If That’s Not Bad Enough…
Although not as famous as other speakers — Madonna, Michael Moore, Gloria Steinem, Ashley Judd, Angela Davis, Van Jones — Sarsour is proving to be equally controversial.
Sarsour, a co-chair of the march, is a “Muslim feminist” and well-known Soros-funded activist in New York City, where she is Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York (AAANY) and a director of the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC), a radical migrant-refugee “rights” organization.
She is also, say critics, connected to jihadi terrorists, such as Hamas, Hezbollah, and ISIS, and she is a self-proclaimed advocate of Sharia law for America. – The New American
So, Just WHAT were these women marching for?