The Hypocrisy Of The Women’s March


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I just want to start this by saying that I cannot believe anyone is taking Linda Sarsour seriously, and I mean on any side of the political isle you stand on. I truly find it unfathomable some of the crap that has spewed from her mouth and yet she’s still taken seriously and not as a satire of how the “religion of peace” and liberal progressives cannot truly be compatible… but whatever…

So here we have the Women’s March and and all their rhetorical glory. “Real men don’t need guns”, taking smack of the NRA, and much more… they’ve been very anti-gun anti-2a since their formation and wouldn’t you know it, just like every other liberal that walks the face of the earth… they LIE.

Turns out, they hired guards WITH GUNS for their march. That’s like… “we want this one thing changed but we won’t change it until every one ELSE does” — yup, just like a liberal. World peace is all well and good but until the “religion of peace” can be handled and maintain, it’s just not even an inch closer to reality.

As written for TownHall.com by Katie Pavlich:

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Organizers of the “Women’s March” and Michael Bloomberg’s gun control lobbying group Everytown are participating in an anti-National Rifle Association rally today. They are currently walking from Fairfax, Virginia to Washington D.C. as part of the resistance movement. Their main arguments?

-Real men don’t need guns

-No one is safe unless everyone is safe (whatever that means)

-Loaded guns under beds are bad

-The NRA doesn’t respect women’s rights

-The NRA is full of bigots

-Etc.

But what’s a leftist rally without a massive dose of hypocrisy? Turns out a number of Women’s March leaders are walking with armed security and protective vehicles.

Surprise! Women’s Marchers Hired Armed Guards For Their Protest Against The NRA

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