Organizers claim 2.6 million women attended the Women’s Marches earlier this year. Barely hundreds bothered to show up for this weekend’s much hyped Women’s March from NRA headquarters to the Department of Justice.
The Capitol’s sweltering mid-summer heat and humidity may have discouraged participation, and added to the hot air spewed by the organizers at the microphone on Friday. Compare that crowd to this pro-gun group in Hartford, Connecticut in 2014.
Today, some time around mid-afternoon, the dwindling numbers of anti-NRA marchers will arrive at the Department of Justice. Needless to say, the sycophant media covered the sparsely attended rally that few people outside of the radical gun-hating left even heard about. And will do so again today.
The rally’s organizers claimed that “real men don’t need guns”. At the same time, displaying weapons-grade hypocrisy, rally organizers hired armed security to stand guard during the 17-mile march.
Meanwhile, the NRA, with these harpies on their doorstep, worked with Dana Loesch to produce another timely and powerful video.
Loesch does a great job calling out the women who organized the rally, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Carmen Perez. She also shines a light on the men behind them – including “The Charlie to their anarchist angels…Daddy Farrakhan”.
Like the KKK, Farrakhan is an anti-Semite who incites hatred against Jewish people by spreading conspiracies. Like ISIS, he has preached that homosexuality is a crime that should be punished by death. Like a racist, he’s incited division with statements like, “The white man is our mortal enemy.” Like a xenophobe, he sows religious fears with propaganda claims like, “God will destroy America by the hands of the Muslims.”
Tamika, Linda, Carmen: How dare you accuse me of racism and sexism and homophobia and whatever other ism or obia you’ve invented to push your radical agenda. Or should I say Daddy Farrakhan’s radical agenda.
You don’t get to call me all those things when a man you look up to and call honorable and hold hands with and take selfies with represents the exact type of bigot you pretend to march against. If you want to stop hate, start with Daddy Farrakhan. If you feel you’re “not safe,” go tell Daddy Farrakhan to tone down his divisive, racial rhetoric.
Today, the gun control dog just doesn’t hunt in Washington, D.C. In fact, additional co-sponsors are signing onto National Reciprocity legislation. So far, nearly 218 Congressmen have signed on as co-sponsors – the number of votes needed to pass the legislation in the House.