Disgraceful “Pro-Life” Women
If you haven’t heard, on Saturday there is going to be a Women’s March in Washington DC. Or as one woman on the radio called it, “the hissy fit March.”
What you wouldn’t know is what the march is for. After all, if you go to the website, you will find this statement:
What is the program itinerary? Who is speaking? How long will it last?
A: The Women’s March on Washington is working hard to create a dynamic and diverse program. More details about the program will be available on the website as we get closer to the march.
Seriously? Thousands of women are going to an event that has no program? Just because someone says they’re having a march in Washington DC, and the only information they have on it is that it’s going to be a “dynamic and diverse program,” that makes you want to go to this event?
There’s no description, but I can tell you what the event is going to be. There are going to be hard-core, pro-abortion, anti-Trump, anti-republican women, who are getting together to whine how they are being mistreated by him and men in America.
I can understand why Democrats would do this, they look for any opportunity to whine, complain and protest. What I can’t understand is this, why are there pro-life, Republican and conservative women going to this event?
The headline in this Atlantic article is “These Pro-Lifers Are Headed to the Women’s March on Washington.“
They even used that headline photo at the top.
The Atlantic asks the question:
Is there room in the movement for people who morally object to abortion?
Wait, what “movement?”As I pointed out above, the women’s march website has absolutely no information about what the march is going to be for. It doesn’t even insinuate that there is a “movement.”
The Atlantic continues:
Pro-life women are headed to D.C. Yes, they’ll turn out for the annual March for Life, which is coming up on January 27. But one week earlier, as many as a few hundred pro-lifers are planning to attend the Women’s March on Washington, which has been billed as feminist counterprogramming to the inauguration.
Really? So, the women’s march website won’t tell us what the event is, or what it is for, but Atlantic magazine is describing it as “feminist counterprogramming to the inauguration?”
I’m struggling to understand this. My instinct is to say Atlantic magazine is lying, that they just want to instigate dissension in the pro-life movement. That wouldn’t surprise me at all. But, how do I answer statements like:
An example of how we are dealing with the devil himself is the outright theft/plagiarism of the Life Principles, which were created by Nellie Gray and the March for Life. The Atlantic says;
roughly a week to go before the march, organizers also released a set of “unity principles,” and one of them is “open access to safe, legal, affordable abortion and birth control for all people.”
Nellie Gray often spoke about “Unity on the life principles.” These despicable people running the Women’s March stole her words, and use them to label baby killing as a woman’s right.
I was glad to see that Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life,
“will be there to march against the influence of ‘the abortion industry’ in the women’s movement.”
Unfortunately, there are pro-life people, and organizations like the Texas-based New Wave Feminists, who are eager to join in solidarity with these anti-American, anti-male, pro-abortion people, because of their shared feeling of hate against Donald Trump.
They were singing Kumbaya a little too soon though.
the Women’s March organizers removed the New Wave Feminists from their website and list of partners. “The Women’s March’s platform is pro-choice and that has been our stance from day one,” the organizers said in a statement. “The anti-choice organization in question is not a partner of the Women’s March on Washington. We apologize for this error.”)
Basically, these minions of the devil are telling the pro-life people “we don’t care how much you hate Donald Trump, we hate you and your views just as much, so in this case, don’t even think of joining with us.”
The Atlantic gleefully says:
The pro-life movement is changing. Many young activists identify as feminists or atheists and reject a uniform alignment with the Republican Party, unlike their Phyllis Schlafly-style predecessors.
What I say to them, dream on. 99% of the pro-life movement is made up of decent, moral Christians, who typically align themselves with the views of the late, great Phyllis Schlafly.
The Atlantic then says:
Perhaps the Women’s March on Washington is a sign that feminism is changing
Umm, didn’t you just quote how the women’s march rejected pro-life people because of their views, and now you’re saying “feminism is changing?” NOT! Democrats and progressives are pro-abortion and they will always be pro-abortion. They will never accept anyone who is pro-life.
Herndon-De La Rosa, the Texas-based president of the New Wave Feminists said “I get that he (Trump) applied this pro-life label, but I don’t know very many people who genuinely believe he’s pro-life.”
Miss De La Rosa, Donald Trump says he is currently pro-life, and he has spoken genuinely about what converted him. I have no reason to doubt that. I’m not sure why you question his convictions. I believe marching with pro-abortion people against him is a bizarre action on your part. How can you doubt his pro-life views, and then rally with pro-abortion people, supporting their efforts?
Supposedly, as The Atlantic puts it, the event is not supposed to be a protest against Donald Trump. The “stated purpose” is broad—to “send a bold message … that women’s rights are human rights,” “but Trump is clearly the context.”
That’s the main point. “Trump is clearly the context.” Pro-life people should have nothing to do with this so-called women’s march. I don’t even want to go through the rest of the article and specifically point to other pro-life people, who give their reasons why they are participating. They are wrong. That’s all there is to it.
Pro-life people should never blur the lines of defending babies from the slaughter of abortion, with the agendas of Democrats/progressives. We should never have anything to do with them, especially anything that might make it seem as if we have something in common with them. Pro-abortion people will use anyone and everyone. It’s naïve to think you can work with them. they will exploit you for whatever they can, and then, they will throw you away when they are done.
This women’s march is a farce, and so-called “feminist” pro-life women are a disgrace to the pro-life movement for joining it. Instead of uniting with Democrat/progressive lunatics who demand the right to kill babies, you should stay focused on ending abortion, and you should standing against the immoral values of the people you are uniting with.
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