I’m Pro Woman and Don’t Support the “Women’s March”

There are many instances where movements have a face that is APPEALING but can be considered “Sheep in wolfs clothing”.

So, the question is asked why someone who is pro women is not in support of today’s Women’s March?

Women's March Support Democratic Women Candidates.

Four women, Tamika Mallory, Bob Bland, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour take leadership for the Women’s March

As an advocate for life, dignity and respect for all I have to discern what is truly good & what is not. (To discern a movements intent) I ask myself the following questions: Who is promoting this event publicly & financially?  Who is associated to it & is speaking at this Event?  Is this event really doing what it is meant to do?

So here are my findings with this movement. It is promoted & advertised by no other than Feminist Majority Foundation, who speaks publicly against the Catholic Church & the Churches non-negotiables, they round up support to continue to keep open or support New ABORTION centers!

Now as far as it’s speakers they have a unique lineup. ATHENA SALMAR who supported PROP 205, the legalization of recreational marijuana & a House of Rep Member in Az, WENONA BENALLY who has rcvd campaign $$ from Top Industries promoting ABORTION POLICY and JODY LIGGETT from PLANNED PARENTHOOD. When looking at this I don’t really see the support that they advertise for the Power of the women’s vote other than to benefit radical movements.

But they disguise themselves as serving other concerns such as rights for the immigrants, school issues, wage equity, disability rights (we already have a Dept. (In Arizona) that does that). So, in closing here is my thought.

There are many that have good intentions for the right reasons but let it be organized without the involvement of those that are tainted. I will support any March that is organized truly for issues that are on the table & not hijacked by others.


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