Here’s Why The Women’s March Was A Failure

Hundreds of thousands of liberal protesters gathered the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump in what they claimed was a “women’s rights march”.

Conservative women across America are disagreeing with the intentions of the Women’s March on Washington.

Planned Parenthood, the organization that profits off of the murder of thousands of innocent babies, organized and funded the event to gain attention to their future lack of funding projected by President Trump.

While many conservatives support the right to protest under the protection of the First Amendment, the Women’s March on Washington was both disruptive and violent, as many individuals took their protesting to the extreme.

Conservative women are disagreeing with the Women’s March on Washington supposed intentions, and argue the March was not representative of how all women feel across the nation.

The Daily Caller reported:

“They can protest, it’s their right, but don’t call it the ‘Women’s March.’ That makes it sounds like it’s a big unified thing when really they’re picking very divisive issues and protesting against Trump – who by the way is now our president – instead of for something that would bring us all together,” Ellie Todd of South Carolina said.

If anything, the March on Washington proved to be a dividing factor amongst women in the country.

Pro-Life support groups, who are also consider themselves unduly feminist, were clearly uninvited from the supposed all-inclusive “Women’s March”.

Many women were also baffled by and opposed to the ideology created by liberals – that with Trump as President, women’s rights would be completely stripped away.

This fallacy is yet another example of naive liberals trying to turn a non-issue into a huge social issue.

The Daily Caller reported:

“I think it’s great, do your thing, but I just don’t know what they’re doing it for. They’re talking about rights, women’s rights, but what rights are being taken away from any women?” Susan Clarke questioned.
Some women took issue with the fact that women who are pro-life were not invited to participate in the march. The New Wave Feminists, a pro-life group, found itself uninvited for its anti-abortion stance.
“They were pro-life, and apparently they weren’t allowing pro-life women to be part of the march,” Sheree Marre said, speaking about her own pro-life friends who wanted to join the protest.
The protest proves Trump’s point that his opponents are sore losers, Lydia Van pointed out.

Overall, the Women’s March on Washington was anything but successful.

The fact of the matter is that not “all women” are represented within the ideologies created by these liberal protestors, nor are they in agreement with the support of the pro-choice movement.

The motivations behind the Women’s March on Washington were solely financial ones conceived by Planned Parenthood and then pitched to social justice warriors in protest of individual freedoms – which won’t actually be taken away – but is still promised to be by liberals.

What are your thoughts?

Do you think the Women’s March on Washington was a success?

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One thought on “Here’s Why The Women’s March Was A Failure

  1. Jane Scannell

    The media tried to make it bigger than it was. Planned parenthood was the overall issue and failed dramatically. Christian women stood staunchly opposed. The March for Life drew larger crowds. Thank the good Lord.

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