Pro-Abortion Women’s March Slams White Women for Voting Pro-Life: You Have “A Lot of Learning” to Do

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Nov 8, 2018   |   12:21PM   |   Washington, DC

A movement that claims to stand for women now is blaming white women for not following in lockstep with its agenda.

Pro-life advocates suspected from the start that the Women’s March was not really about women’s rights but a radical left-wing, pro-abortion agenda. It became clear when the march kicked out several feminists groups after learning that they are pro-life.

Now, the pro-abortion march is going after white women as a whole because they do not consistently vote pro-abortion.

On Wednesday, the Women’s March blamed white women voters for not giving Democrats a big win in the midterm election. While pro-abortion Democrats did regain the U.S. House, pro-life Republicans gained control of the U.S. Senate. So, the “blue wave” that abortion activists had hoped for fell flat.

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Other abortion activists joined in on the attack. Interestingly, many of them are white women. They include former Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards and pro-abortion feminist writer Jill Filipovic.

These demands by so-called women’s rights activists to think like they do prompted National Review writer Alexandra DeSanctis and countless other women to respond.

“Left-wing commentators appear to believe that white women are required by their chromosomes to form a monolithic progressive voting bloc,” DeSanctis responded. “Their insistence on ideological conformity undermines feminism.”

And, in her refreshingly strong, blunt way of getting to the root of the matter, African pro-life leader Obianuju Ekeocha added: “They shame white women for their politics and dare to tell them how to vote. Women’s March is a rabidly racist and oppressive organization. I thought those were abolished by the end of segregation. I guess I was wrong.”

Responses from other pro-life women grew quickly on social media. Among them was actress Patricia Heaton, one of the few pro-life voices in Hollywood.

Others joined her in defending their pro-life position, including women who have had abortions and others who are alive today because their mothers chose adoption.