A Day Without Women

What would a “Day without women” look like?

We wouldn’t have to “listen” to Nancy Pelosi and other Democrat members of Congress “bad mouthing” President Donald Trump and Republicans.

“This is a day that is very interesting because we are observing the 100th anniversary of the first woman elected to Congress, Jeannette Rankin of Montana,” Pelosi said to cheers.

“It’s pretty exciting. Women in America did not have the right to vote yet. In Montana they did and they sent a woman to Congress and she made a difference here,” she said.

According to House.gov, Rankin was “one of the few suffragists elected to Congress” and the “committed pacifist” served two terms, each at the outset of both World Wars.

Little did her colleagues know they were “cheering for a Republican.” Nancy Pelosi does not “represent” American women.

We wouldn’t have to “listen” to Loretta Lynch “incite” Americans to “resist” in time of “fear and uncertainty for so many people.”

Lynch lamented “our rights being assailed, being trampled on and even being rolled back,” according to the hostage-like video in which she is encouraging we need more “marching, blood, and death” on streets.

She said it’s required “work” to “achieve the ideals of our Founding Fathers.”

“They’ve marched, they’ve bled and yes, some of them died. This is hard. Every good thing is. We have done this before. We can do this again.”

We wouldn’t have to “listen” to Mika Brzezinski, co-hosting “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, “condemning” President Donald Trump in very “visceral” terms.

After the “allegations” that Barack Obama’s administration “wiretapped Trump Tower at the height of the campaign, Brzezinski has officially “closed her mind” to the Trump presidency.

“I had hope and an open mind and I have lost hope completely and my mind is closed. This presidency is fake and failed.” Earlier in the show, Brzezinski was in tears.

“We are at a low point in American history and I don’t know how anybody can defend this president, even if it’s their job. Like you’ve got to have a job after this. You’ve got to look in the mirror after this,” Brzezinski said.

“You have to look in the mirror and think about this country after this is over. You need to think of the end game here, because there isn’t one at the rate we are going,” her voice cracking.

“This is not funny.This is really bad. Just for the record, we are all really nervous. So if people out there feel nervous, we do too. We don’t think this is funny.”

Her mind has “always” been closed. Just wish these two “clowns” would close their “mouth as well.”

We wouldn’t have to “listen” to black man “disguised” as a women leading “A Day Without Women” protest in Washington, DC.

“Before we get started in a few minutes we wanted to let you know why you’re here,” the “transgender” in question told “protesters” through a megaphone.

“We’re here to be intersectionalists. We’re here to value women. We’re here to support trans-people, and we are here to make sure President Trump hears us loud and clear.”

“He is wrong. We have to stop him. We have to speak loudly. Intersectionality is important.”

We wouldn’t have to “listen” to Nelini Stamp, who was involved in the Occupy Wall Street movement and now “serves” as National Membership Director for “Working Families,” who said that “Women birth half of the population.”

Stamp’s organization, Working Families, describes itself as a “growing progressive political organization that fights for an economy that works for all of us, and a democracy in which every voice matters.”

“We believe that our economy is out of whack when wages are stagnant and good jobs are harder and harder to come by, but the very wealthiest just get richer and richer,” reads the group’s website.

“The wealthy few are making money by doing harm to working families, whether they’re outsourcing jobs, privatizing schools or poisoning the environment.”

She failed to mention” who gives birth to the other half of the population.“ Where babies come from “may be a little unclear” to Nelini Stamp.

We wouldn’t have to “listen” to Leslie Jones wanting to fight “Fuckface” Ben Carson.

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We wouldn’t have to “listen” to Cate Blanchette telling us her “moral” compass is located in her “vagina.”

Cate Blanchett: My Moral Compass Is ‘In My Vagina’

I want to do my “best” to understand how a “Day Without A Woman” protest is “supposed” to work.

Several “schools” in at least four states were “closed” so teachers could participate in a “Day Without a Woman” strike in which organizers “urged” female workers to “stay” home.

“Some schools in MD, VA, and NC are closed today for #ADayWithoutaWoman and it’s causing some controversy”https://t.co/lES52zKQ3L pic.twitter.com/wIW1ANoKvk — NewsON (@WatchNewsON) March 8, 2017

School “officials” in Alexandria, Va., North Carolina’s Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School District and New York announced they are “canceling” classes in anticipation of staff “shortages” due to the event.

Officials said all “schools” in Prince George’s County in Maryland were “closed” after 1,700 teachers asked for the “day off” to participate in the protest. About 30 percent of the “transportation” staff also requested an “absence.”

In Virginia, Alexandria City Public Schools — a district that “voted” overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election — announced it would “close” schools for the day after more than “300 staff members” requested a leave.

These ”Social Justice Warriors” (SJW) are “mad” because on average women don’t “make” as much as men. It would seem to me that they have two options: “Take it up with their employer and demand more money the next time their contract is up. Or, demand more respect for the work they do by … not showing up to work.”

These “protests” are purely symbolic? There’s no “specific” agenda here. It’s about “feelings.”

“Take the day off, close down the schools, wear red and stay home and watch gay Ellen, while every payroll department in the country is required issuing checks to anyone with a vagina for not showing up.”

What if you “happen” to be a member of the “sisterhood” who isn’t “taking the day off?” Who can’t “afford” to protest? Or has an “important” job like working in a “critical” care facility or “running” a business?

Or women who “depend” on a school schedule to make sure their kids are “learning” something during “weekday” work hours?

Obviously, the school staffs of Virginia, North Carolina, New York and Maryland don’t “care” that you’ve got a 7-year-old who “needs” an education.

They don’t “care” about your “responsibilities, your commitments or the important work you do.”

Not to mention a “paid” day off for “pretending” to make a “difference” in the world.

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