At 10 am on Wednesday, across all time zones, kids across America planned to ditch school.
A national school walkout was organized exactly one month after the Parkland, Florida school shooting, to protest guns and gun violence. Hundreds, and possibly thousands, of kids all over the country, were expected to take part.
So who organized all this? Was it David Hogg and his merry band of underage gun control “experts”? For the first time in a month, they actually didn’t have anything to do with it.
Maybe you gave your consent for your kids to participate and maybe you didn’t, but I thought it was both relevant and important for you to know who put all this in motion. Everything going down was set up by none other than the organizers of the Women’s March.
The brain trust behind the Women’s March first began organizing this walkout on February 16th. They’ve been hard at work organizing for weeks to make sure the student protest went off without a hitch.
Let’s call these “community organizers” out for what they really are. They don’t give a DAMN about school safety. Their leaders and honorary co-chairs only care about pushing their own agenda.
I also think it’s both relevant AND important for you to know who some of these people are that make up the leadership for the Women’s March. Wanna know what they stand for? I would, especially if I had a child participating in one of their protests.
Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez and Tamika Mallory all have two things in common. They’re co-chairs of the Women’s March AND they all have a certain SPECIAL friend… Louis Farrakhan. I could go on for days telling you about Farrakhan and how much of a nut he is, but if you’re curious about his ideology all you need to hear is the climax of his recent speech at the annual Nation of Islam gathering.
He said quote, “White folks are going down, and Satan is going down, and Farrakhan by God’s grace has pulled the cover off of that Satanic Jew — and I’m here to say, your time is up.”
That’s the ideology the most powerful organizers in the Women’s March are associated and friendly with, but we’re just getting started…
The list of honorary co-chairs at the original Women’s March on Washington D.C. reads like a who’s who list of radicals.
Angela Davis was a leader in the Communist Party USA during the 1960s.
Dolores Huerta is a radical socialist that came to prominence organizing the United Farm Workers with Cesar Chavez. She’s also participated in the communist organized Women’s Strike for Peace, AND is also a big fan of Hugo Chavez.
Harry Belafonte is another honorary co-chair with some “interesting” statements. He once called Colin Powell a “house slave” and compared Powell and Condoleezza Rice to Jews working for Nazis.
These are the people that are either directly responsible for or associated with the march your kids may have participated in.
Don’t let them use our children to push their radical agenda.
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