Monday, January 23, 2017

Women March On Washington, Heading Towards Gomorrah

         Speaking to the countless hordes of pussy-hatted women that descended on Washington, D.C. for an anti-Trump rally Saturday, Madonna said: "I have been thinking an awful lot lately about blowing up the White House." This was after she repeatedly exclaimed, "f**k you!" to anyone who might disagree with her/them. Naturally,  the aging trollop then referenced "the poet W.H. Auden," stating that, on the eve of World War II, he proclaimed: "We must love one another or die."

Alrighty then. No sudden movements.

Preposterous juxtaposition aside, the most striking thing about these insane rantings was the fact that the mainstream media essentially ignored them. If Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, or  Dinesh D'Souza had stated that they  "had been thinking an awful lot lately about blowing up the White House" they'd be sporting manacles whilst hanging upside down in the bowels of a dank prison on the outskirts of nowhereville. The media would be giving the terroristic threats round-the-clock coverage and calling in experts to talk about the psychosis of hate permeating the radical right. Entirely new stations would be placed on the air, soley dedicated to showing the unhinged hate-monger uttering the phrase via a continuous loop 24/7/365.

The consequences for Madonna? Nothing. Nada. She's given a free pass, the media looking the other way, whistling loudly and occasionally saying, "Nothing to see here. Move along please."

Would that were truly the case. Unfortunately, the entire "Women's March" was a pathetic embarrassment to their gender. An estrogen-fueled emoji-fest of childishly entitled emoting. Worse yet, the list of causes, in support of which they were rallying, would've made a Marxist blush.

Leftists characterized Trump's inaugural speech as "dark" and "stark." They said he made things seem more dire than they are. Yet those at the march said that under Trump they felt we were "going back into the Dark Ages." That's kinda stark and dark, no? What's darker than the Dark Ages? (Speaking of the Dark Ages, one of the things the gals were marching to support was immigrant rights. By which they mean llegal immigrant rights, because what has done more for the women's movement then Islam and Sharia Law? Just look at Europe this past year!).

Actress and activist America Ferrera lectured the crowd via this social studies lesson: "It's been a heart-rending time to be both a woman and an immigrant in this country. But the president is not America. His cabinet is not America. Congress is not America. I, however, actually am America!!"

Okay, I made the last line up. She actually finished by saying: "We are America! And we are here to stay." (I like my version better. Plus I believe it's more indicative of her true feelings).

These people hate traditional values. They also hate Trump. So does the media. They no longer even try to hide it, yet claim to be objective anyway. Then they feign shock when Trump accuses them of being dishonest.

 They are every bit as crooked as Hillary. And more dangerous.

A final note: doesn't anybody else find it odd that these women are so traumatized by Trump talking about aggressively touching a female body part, yet are fiercely proud of the entire panoply of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender behavior? And, really, does it help make your case when you come dressed as a vagina?

If Trump's comment made 600,000 folks march on Washington, D.C., and another half a million or so around the world take to the streets, why didn't the majority of the women on the bleeping planet march in denunciation of Bill Clinton? Sheer hypocrisy- or because of differences in their policies? Or something darker? In any case, what does that say about these marchers?


  1. The good guys won, despite generous offers early on of oral sex for those would commit to vote for Hillary, (later withdrawn).

  2. That they did. And the pro-life women who marched yesterday didn't assault anyone or anything or trash the place!