Women's March

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The Women's March is a leftist feminist demonstration which was held on January 21, 2017 in Washington D.C. right after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. It also included multiple pro-abortion, pro-globalist and pro-elitist marchers, as well as Hollywood celebrities and members of the entertainment industry. Such celebrity participants included singer/actress/activist Madonna (who controversially commented about wanting to bomb a Trump-occupied White House during an obscenity-filled rant,[1][2] which led to her becoming the subject of a criminal investigation by the Secret Service for her comments[3][4] and calls for her arrest,[5][6] to which she initially responded with a defiant and obscene message on her Twitter account before she deleted the message and backed down), actress Melissa Benoist, who plays Kara Danvers/Kara Zor-El on the CW and former CBS series Supergirl (who carried a sign during the Women's March containing a very crass message saying "Hey Donald, Don't Try To Grab My Pussy–It's Made Of Steel" and later posting it on her Instagram page[7]), and actress Ashley Judd (who delivered an unhinged and misandrist anti-Trump rant at the rally[3][8][9] and later claimed in a Facebook post to have been "intimidated" by an elderly Trump supporter at a University of Kentucky college basketball tournament game,[10] which drew overwhelming criticism against her on both Facebook and Twitter in response).

Leftist protesters

According to a claim by the mainstream media, more people had joined the demonstration than attended Trump's inauguration.[11][12]

The event was sponsored by far-Left groups supported by leftist billionaire, tax evader and wanted criminal George Soros[13] and organized by social justice warrior and self-proclaimed "Palestinian-American" Linda Sarsour[14] (who was later arrested at a subsequent "Day Without Women" protest[15]) and Islamic terrorist and self-claimed "Palestinian" Rasmea Odeh[16] (who was later stripped of her American citizenship as a result of immigration fraud for lying about her terrorist ties and is due to be deported back to her native Jordan[17]), among others. Considering who some of the march's organizers and some of their sponsors are (including CAIR),[18] however, their involvement is ironic given that under their ideology of Islam, the women's rights they claim to fight for are all but non-existent. Among other speakers at the event were convicted felon Donna Hylton (who spent 25 years in prison for her part in the kidnapping, rape, torture and murder of a real estate developer,[19] yet claimed to be a "victim" of "misogyny" and showed no remorse for her crimes, neither did she accept responsibility for them).

This "women's march" was largely just a sham intended to bash President Trump and promote far-left and feminist ideology that hundreds of millions of women oppose.[20] Additionally, pro-life groups were excluded from the D.C. march, even though they support the humane principle of opposing legalized murder.[20]

Official partners of the Women's March

The official website of the Women's March lists the following organizations as its partners:[21]

A-C D-L M-R S-Z
  • #VOTEPROCHOICE
  • 1199 SEIU
  • 18MillionRising
  • 350.org
  • 50/50 Project
  • 5050 Congress, Inc.
  • 52 Feminists
  • 9to5, National Association of Working Women
  • A Better Balance
  • A is For
  • A. Philip Randolph Institute
  • ACCESS Michigan
  • Adhikaar
  • The Advancement Project
  • Advocates for Youth
  • AFL-CIO
  • African Communities Together
  • AFSCME
  • Alive Inside Foundation
  • Alliance for Justice
  • Alliance for Quality Education
  • Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
  • Alliance for Women in Media
  • All Out
  • AMAR International
  • Ameinu (Our People)
  • America's Voice
  • The American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
  • American Atheists
  • ACLU
  • American Constitution Society
  • American Families United
  • American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO
  • American Humanist Association
  • American Indian Movement Grand Governing Council
  • American Jewish World Service
  • American Medical Women's Association
  • Americans for Conservation + the Arts 501c3
  • Americans for Democratic Action
  • Americans for Indian Opportunity
  • Americans United for Separation of Church and State
  • Americas for Conservation + the Arts
  • Amnesty International
  • The Amplifier Foundation
  • Arab American Association of New York
  • Art and Resistance Through Education
  • ART NOT WAR / Humanity for Progress
  • Arte Sana
  • ArtUnited
  • ASHA For Women
  • Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF)
  • Americans Advancing Justice - AAJC
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice - ALC
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Chicago
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles
  • Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO (APALA)
  • Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)
  • Association of Black Women Attorneys (ABWA)
  • Association of Flight Attendants-CWA
  • Athlete Ally
  • Autonomedia
  • The Autonomous Womyn's Front
  • B Stigma-Free
  • Baltimore County Green Party
  • Be Kind for Lyme
  • Bend the Arc Jewish Action
  • Best of Life
  • Beyond Nuclear
  • Black Business Network Exchange
  • Black Girls Rock
  • Black Ladies International Incorporated
  • Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism
  • Black Women's Blueprint
  • Black Women's Roundtable
  • Black Youth Vote! (BYV!)
  • Bold and Boundless
  • Bosnian-North American Women's Association
  • Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence united with Million Mom March
  • Breakthrough
  • Brick x Brick
  • The Brotherhood/Sister Sol
  • Brown Boi Project
  • Bus for Progress
  • BUST
  • California Coastkeeper Alliance
  • California Immigrant Policy Center
  • Camions of Care
  • Campaign for Youth Justice
  • CASA de Maryland
  • Catapult.org
  • Catholics for Choice
  • CeaseFirePA
  • Center for American Progress
  • Center for Biological Diversity
  • Center for Constitutional Rights
  • Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings
  • Center for Emergent Diplomacy
  • Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)
  • Center for Inquiry
  • Center for Justice and Accountability
  • Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness
  • The Center For Reproductive Rights
  • Change The Ratio
  • Children's Firearm Safety Alliance
  • CHIRLA
  • Citizens for Juvenile Justice
  • Civil Liberties & Public Policy Program
  • Cleveland Action Democrats
  • Climate First!
  • Coalition Against Gun Violence
  • Coalition for Asian American Children & Families (CACF)
  • Coalition of Labor Union Women
  • Coalition for Post Tubal Women (CPTwomen)
  • The Coalition of Nasty Women
  • Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
  • CODEPINK
  • theCollectiveShift
  • Color Of Change
  • Colorado Springs Feminists
  • Common Conversation
  • Common Defense
  • Communications Workers of America
  • Communist Party of the United States of America

See also

References

  1. Madonna: I've thought about "blowing up the White House at WorldNetDaily
  2. Madonna Drops F-Bombs at Anti-Trump Rally at Breitbart.com (Warning - contains language)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Secret Service opens investigation into Madonna threat at WorldNetDaily
  4. Report: Secret Service Investigating Madonna White House Comment at Breitbart.com
  5. Newt Gingrich: Madonna Should Be Arrested For Comments About Blowing Up White House at Breitbart.com
  6. White House Petition Calls for Madonna to Be Arrested and Charged with Felony at the Gateway Pundit
  7. http://ew.com/tv/2017/01/21/womens-march-melissa-benoist-donald-trump/
  8. "Nasty woman" Ashley Judd takes women's rally into gutter at WorldNetDaily
  9. Ashley Judd: Trump's Election Victory "Worse Than Being Raped" at Breitbart.com
  10. Ashley Judd "scared", "intimidated" by old man who supports Trump at WorldNetDaily
  11. After women's marches, can numbers translate to real change? at Breitbart.com
  12. Women's marches draw millions in resistance to Trump at Breitbart.com
  13. Soros-Funded Groups Back Anti-Trump Women's March at Breitbart.com
  14. Linda Sarsour, Women's March Organizer and Fake Feminist at Breitbart.com
  15. Women’s March Leader and Pro-Sharia Law Muslim Linda Sarsour Arrested at NYC Protest at the Gateway Pundit
  16. Convicted "Palestinian" Terrorist Among Organizers of Anti-Trump Women's Protest at Breitbart.com
  17. Winning! "Palestinian" Terrorist and Leader of Women’s March Stripped of U.S. Citizenship, Will Be Deported at the Gateway Pundit
  18. Women’s March Partners With Several Islamic Groups Including Hamas-Linked CAIR at the Gateway Pundit
  19. Convicted Felon: Women’s March Featured Female Speaker Who Kidnapped, Raped And Tortured A Man at the Gateway Pundit
  20. 20.0 20.1 Mcardle, Mairead (January 21, 2017). Women's March sports slew of liberal talking points. Washington Examiner. Retrieved January 22, 2017.
  21. https://www.womensmarch.com/partners/