By Katie Kieffer
Respect (just a little bit) is all I’m askin’ of my sisters marching in Washington D.C. and around the world—a little respect for our new President.
Aretha Franklin’s power ballad inspired me to call out the juvenile behavior I’m witnessing in hundreds of thousands of my fellow females who last Saturday participated in one of the largest single-day marches in American history: “Women’s March on Washington.”
Most women do not realize the true agenda of the march’s sponsors. While protesters heard calls for “inclusion,” “rights” and “love”—shadow groups raised dollars and culled email addresses with the goal of restricting civil rights and even implementing Sharia Law in the United States.
Here’s the facts. Tell your friends while there’s still time for Trump to implement real reform.
Words of Mass Destruction
“Imagine if some men were as disgusted with rape as they are with periods,” is the message women scrolled on sanitary napkins—and then adhered to walls and park benches. (Blame dementia or blame dishonesty, but these women slandered Trump as a rapist with no evidence, while ignoring scientific and legal evidence of sexual assault by former president Bill Clinton.)
“Women are in danger! … Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House!” Madonna shouted to a cheering crowd—after rallying women to the march by tweeting a photo of female pubic hair and calling outgoing President Obama a “King amongst men.”
American girls shouting and stomping in Washington: you got the attention of newly-elected 45th President Donald Trump. That’s as far as you got. Because, you’re disrespecting yourselves. And no one—especially President Trump—listens to someone who lacks self-respect.
Independent women do their own research—and don’t flee reality. Today, I’ll share real-world facts indicating that Trump’s administration holds far more promise for women than the policies of the groups sponsoring this march, like Planned Parenthood.
Toss your kitty ears and “P—y Power” signs. There’s more to you than your private parts. Exercise your brain power and start respecting yourself as a full human being.
Obama’s Sketchy Sketches… and Hillary’s Hisses
Obama, meanwhile—even though he was still officially president—acted cattier than the girls.
Remember the red, white and blue stenciled “Hope” poster designed by Shepard Fairey that became ubiquitous during Obama’s campaign? Well, when Fairey’s not doing sketches, he lives a fairly sketchy lifestyle—apparently plagiarizing other artists and admittedly accepting big corporate commissions while calling himself a “street artist.”
For the Women’s March on Washington, Fairey teamed up with Texas photographer Arlene Mejorado to design posters of Muslim, Latina and African American women in the same style as the Hope poster (see the featured image in this post). Obama personally “called to praise the campaign and request prints for his collection,” reports the San Antonio Express News.
It’s disappointing that Obama took such a pointed stance against incoming President Trump—accusing him of hateful and racist behavior—before he’d even taken office. It’s even more disappointing that Obama encouraged millions of women to adopt his puerile behavior.
“We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead,” Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told the world in her televised concessionary speech after losing to Trump.
Not even 24 hours into Trump’s presidency was Clinton violating her own advice, egging on the crass and violent protesters outside the White House: “Thanks for standing, speaking & marching for our values @womensmarch. Important as ever. I truly believe we’re always Stronger Together,” Clinton tweeted.
Bought and Paid
Madonna won’t be arrested for plotting an act of domestic terror; “kitty cats” taping feminine hygiene pads to D.C. park benches won’t face the normal $75 littering fines; and Obama may even get another Nobel Peace Prize for praising the activist artwork of a wealthy plagiarist.
In case you ladies think you’re braving the cold to fight for female and minority equality and civil rights, think again. You’re actually owned by wealthy Democrats who are using you to salvage their unneeded jobs and fragile egos.
Planned Parenthood is one of over 70 official “partners” or sponsors of the Women’s March.
Planned Parenthood faces “funding cuts” from Congress, reports USA Today—and used the march to net hundreds of thousands of names and emails of women whom the group plans to tap to help it lobby Congress. Another march sponsor, EMILY’s List, succeeded in signing up 500 women for a workshop in Washington, D.C. on how to run for office as a pro-abortion candidate.
Yes, groups like Planned Parenthood have a cat, er dog, in this fight. You see, women are losing interest in Planned Parenthood. Even most poor women are choosing real health clinics over Planned Parenthood when they need reproductive advice or treatment. Texas is the second-largest state in the union and—of the state’s 4.3 million residents on Medicaid—only 12,500 or 0.29% use Planned Parenthood.
Worse still for Planned Parenthood’s future, the majority or 51% of Millennial women and men appose federally-subsidized abortion services, according to a massive Millennial survey by Public Religion Institute in 2015. And, less than one in three Millennials self-identify as strongly pro-abortion.
Many American women seem far more excited about getting out for a fun, sociable day of rebellion with the girls than they do about actually advancing leftist causes.
Female voters were not at all passionate about voting for Hillary Clinton—or stopping Donald Trump. According to CNN, while 70% of females said Trump’s “treatment of women bothered them, they still didn’t flock to the woman [candidate].” In fact, Clinton garnered one percent fewer votes from females than Obama in 2012 and, among white females, Trump actually won a whopping 10% more votes than Clinton.
First World Problems
“The marchers were mostly female and white,” reported MSN.
WHEN will white women stop fighting for causes that polls indicate most white and non-white women of reproductive age don’t prioritize? Issues like: free abortions and climate change. Donald Trump won on two issues: the economy and national security. A 2016 study by Ipsos Public Affairs finds that economic and security issues also happen to be the top two priorities for America’s largest voting demographic: Millennials.
As Snapchat captured grey-haired American women—well past their reproductive years— hoisting homemade signs with messages like “We are not OVARY-reacting!” women in other parts of the world are wringing their hands, wishing they had the freedom American women have with regard to reproduction.
All Chinese women were forced—for over 30 years—to be implanted with an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) in order for the Chinese government to enforce its one child rule. Recently, faced with a fading population, Beijing lifted the ban and is now offering young women “free” IUD removals. And Chinese women are angry.
“[T]he offer, made without even a hint of an apology, has provoked incredulous outrage,” the New York Times reported earlier this month.
Sharia Law and a Closet Hatred for Homosexuals
And finally, the dirtiest secret of all. Linda Sarsour is the Women’s March On Washington Co-Chair. Ms. Sarsour has also been an outspoken advocate for Sharia Law.
On May 12 of 2015, Sarsour tweeted from her handle @lsarsour that “under Sharia Law … suddenly all your loans & credit cards become interest free. Sound nice, doesn’t it?” Yep, she’s a big fan.
Previously, in September of 2011, she tweeted: “shariah law is reasonable and once u read into the details it makes a lot of sense. People just know the basics.” She deleted the tweet, but it was archived here.
Looking at images of protest signs across America, there were plenty of rainbows and calls for “respect” from President Trump for homosexuals and transgenders. In Denver, a marcher wore a transgender flag with the message “Respect Existence or Expect Resistance.” Along with the hashtag #WomensMarch, Twitter users used the hashtag #HomosAgainstHate.
Surely most women participating in the march didn’t realize that one of its leading organizers is on-record for supporting Sharia Law. In countries that practice Sharia Law, homosexuals face flogging, imprisonment and even death.
Ladies, all I’m askin’ for is a little respect. For our President. For our country. And mostly for yourselves. Respect. Just a little bit.