Mainstream news journalists — by which I mean that collection of Democrats employed by large corporations to push the sort of big government that prevents small corporations from competing with them — have been breathlessly speculating that the recent "Women's Marches" around the country may be the beginning of a movement. The marches, funded in part by anti-American globalist billionaire George Soros, called forth such headlines as, "Cathartic Moment or Enduring Movement," and "Women's March Activists... Seek To Build a Movement."
No one knows the future, of course, but I can't help wondering if the marches, large as they were, were not rather the end of a movement, a fond farewell to an amalgam of obsolete leftist causes that either never had a reason to exist in the first place or have lost whatever reason they might once have had.
If leftism is dead, the speech delivered by actress Ashley Judd in Washington D.C. may well serve as its eulogy.
Judd said her speech was written by a 19-year-old. That would make sense. Because, coming out of the mouth of a grown-up, it was just embarrassing.
Glad to have missed that 'march'.
What a crock of Soros . . . you know what
No, they're not gone, just getting sneakier.
Look at what's going on now.
Soros had his protesters waiting for an opportunity to protest something of Trump's.
So Trump signs his extreme vetting,
Wham, out come the protesters.
Followed by the law suits.
Trump's DOJ has been held up by the Democrats, so Obama's DOJ is in charge and she refuses to defend his EXO, which means the law suit will go through unchallenged.
Talking about stacking the deck.
It's Trump's move now to counter?
This was very disgusting and I really do hope the left is dead!