The Women’s March Is Not About Women – It’s About An Agenda

There is a tragic division going on in our nation and our world – and it is destroying real women.

So-called “women’s rights” are in the spotlight now more than ever, but progressive women have turned equality for women into a fractured and highly politicized fight.

It all comes to a head in January of each year with a march borne of anger and selfishness – the opposite of how real women wish to be viewed.

The third annual Women’s March takes place on Saturday, January 19th – the day after the 46th annual March for Life.

The March for Life draws a hundred thousand people from all walks of life who wish to preserve the right to life for the unborn and the sanctity of the traditional family.

It’s no coincidence that the Women’s March takes place immediately after in the same general locations in Washington, D.C.

The women who march on Saturday don’t speak for us – mothers and wives who cherish our traditional God-designed roles in the family.

And they are outraged that we don’t stand with them.

The last two Women’s Marches on our nation’s capital have done nothing but mock traditional women, including the use of vulgar displays, language, signs, and symbols that work to turn our femininity into a twisted call for power.

This year’s Women’s March proves to be no different, with main partners Planned Parenthood and the ACLU using the march as their organizing arm.

Their outlined “principles” point out the obvious.  This march is not about celebrating women and their roles in society.

From the Women’s March mission statement:

We believe in Reproductive Freedom. This means open access to safe, legal, affordable abortion and birth control for all people, regardless of income, location or education.

We believe in Gender Justice.  We must have the power to control our bodies and be free from gender norms, expectations and stereotypes.

We firmly declare that LGBTQIA Rights are Human Rights and that it is our obligation to uplift, expand and protect the rights of our gay, lesbian, bi, queer, trans, two-spirit or gender non-conforming brothers, sisters and siblings.  This includes access to non-judgmental, comprehensive healthcare with no exceptions or limitations, [and] access to name and gender changes on identity documents.

The organizers and the thousands of women who have joined them in the last three years do not stand for equality for women.

They march for the right to murder the unborn if it is inconvenient for them, fight for refugees and immigrants to flood our borders and endanger American families, and – even more absurd – they want to bring even more attention to LGBT communities.

The women who so vehemently say they want recognition and “empowerment” for women are making a main focus of the marches the right for anyone, including men, to “become” a woman.

Being a woman is a biological fact.  The Women’s March is a mockery of homosexual men dressed in drag, transgender men and women who want to defy gender norms, and bisexual men and women who “switch sides” as it suits them.

A culture of death has spread all over the world as these very women encourage abortion in the name of population control and brag that genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome are being eradicated, wiping out entire generations of women.

Progressives have tried to use science as a way to back their arguments against life beginning at conception and gender being based on biology, claiming that traditional women are clouded by “faith over fact.”

The mission of the Women’s March is not about rights, it’s about politics, and it’s about changing what defines the term “woman.”

Thousands of women who attend have made it an anti-Trump, anti-Republican rally, full of hatred and division, rather than the “inclusion” and “acceptance” they claim the march was created for.

In 2017, this ridiculous movement made history as the organizers were catapulted to fame, being named “Women of the Year” by liberal Glamour Magazine, garnering book deals and talk show spots, and raking in millions with their offensive “merchandise.”

Late last year, founding members came under fire for statements that were deemed anti-Semitic and racist, and this year’s march takes place in the midst of controversy over its founders.

“According to several sources, it was there—in the first hours of the first meeting for what would become the Women’s March—that something happened that was so shameful to many of those who witnessed it, they chose to bury it like a family secret.

It was there that [the women] allegedly first asserted that Jewish people bore a special collective responsibility as exploiters of black and brown people—and even, according to a close secondhand source, claimed that Jews were proven to have been leaders of the American slave trade,” as reported by Tablet.

Tamika Mallory, who is now co-president of the Women’s March group, has been criticized for attending an event by Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, known to be anti-Semitic.

She even called him “the GOAT,” or “greatest of all time,” on social media.

This year’s Women’s March on Washington continues the progressive fight to indoctrinate young women and girls, mock traditional women and their families, and celebrate the slaughter of millions of innocent babies.

Like the March for Life, smaller community rallies are to be held all over the country.  In the words of Planned Parenthood, “the Women’s March aligns with our values.”

Traditional, conservative women and pro-lifers who have stayed in Washington following Friday’s March for Life will also be present to show participants in the Women’s March that they don’t stand for our values.

The annual Women’s March on Washington does not support or encourage the role of women – it simply creates division and mocks women who want to walk in faith and live in traditional roles.

Did you attend the March for Life to fight for the unborn and traditional family values?  Or are you attending the Women’s March to show your support for the traditional role of women and counter the progressive message?  Leave us your thoughts.