by Pamela Williams
Women are now marching on Washington D.C. in an Anti-Trump march, but you will not find Pro-Lifers to be included in that group. Women are much harder to get along with than men…my opinion, of course. You read and make up your own mind about the hypocrisy involved in this “inclusive” event. The organizers of the unruly anti-Trump “Women’s March on Washington” decided to break from a pro-life group following an online feminist squabble. Of course, these women cannot be expected to get along for the protest, as they are dividing the Country during a peaceful transition of power. That is what they are actually accomplishing.
The organizers advertised this event as “inclusive”, but that is not the way it has gone down. They eventually said that inclusion does not extend to women who do not support abortion. I guess you could say the event has now turned from anti-Trump to anti-pro-life…something like that. I am pro-life and pro-Trump, so I am proud to say I do not support these women marching on Washington. Do they not have something productive they could do with their time? Possibly they could attempt to unify our Country by teaching their children about the peaceful transition of power we just experienced in our Nation’s Capitol. It was an honorable passing of the Presidential office by President Obama to President Trump. We should be proud of the fact that there was dignity present between opposing forces during the Inauguration, and it was exciting to see.
The following was taken from:
Our statement regarding press today: pic.twitter.com/z1y9cfFFvY
— Women's March (@womensmarch) January 16, 2017
So the above is the “women’s march” current statement. New Wave Feminists, a pro-life organization, had previously been considered a partner, but organizers are now saying that was an “error.” They had an online squabble as women often do, and it ended with EXCLUSION INSTEAD OF INCLUSION.
The protest is pro-choice and that has been our stance from day one. We want to assure all of our partners, as well as our participants, that we are pro-choice as clearly stated in our Unity Principles,” the statement continued.
“We look forward to marching on behalf of individuals who share the view that women deserve the right to make their own reproductive choices.”
Advertising for the march had described it as “inclusive” and celebrating “diversity,” but it now appears that only extends to those who support abortion