Feminists can’t wait to find any reason, no matter how far-fetched, to justify their activism. Behold the feminists behind the Women’s March.
On August 14, the facebook page for the Women’s March reshared the NRA video that sparked their 17 mile march in July. The video was captioned with the words, “If you didn’t get why we protested the NRA, watch this ad. The act of terror in #Charlottesville is the clenched fist of truth they called for.”
Nowhere in the video are supremacists or racists mentioned. And it’s worth mentioning that Heather Heyer, who was killed protesting the white supremacists, died from a car that was driven into the crowd, not from a gun.
It’s remarkable that they would protest the Charlottesville protest (and link it to the NRA) but avoided making any comment when Republican senator Steve Scalise and four others were shot during a congressional baseball game practice. In that case, actual guns were used. In this case, no one in Charlottesville was shot.
Even the Democratic governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, stated that “not a shot was fired.” So where do guns come into this? This is in fact a case, ironically, of the left media “being used to assassinate real news.”
It’s also worth mentioning that if the protesters of the racist rally were packing, someone might not have died.
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But regardless, the Soros funded Women’s March marches on, plugging for The Movement for Black Lives who want to defend communities from the hate “from #Charlottesville to the White House.” Their message to white people? “We ask you to listen to organizers of color.”