07/17/2017

Surprise! Women's Marchers Hired Armed Guards For Their Protest Against The NRA

Katie Pavlich, Townhall

Organizers of the "Women's March" and Michael Bloomberg's gun control lobbying group Everytown are participating in an anti-National Rifle Association rally today. They are currently walking from Fairfax, Virginia to Washington D.C. as part of the resistance movement. Their main arguments?

-Real men don't need guns

-No one is safe unless everyone is safe (whatever that means)

-Loaded guns under beds are bad

-The NRA doesn't respect women's rights

-The NRA is full of bigots

-Etc. 

But what's a leftist rally without a massive dose of hypocrisy? Turns out a number of Women's March leaders are walking with armed security and protective vehicles. 

 

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