The shrieking banshees behind the vagina-spangled Women’s March have decided that parading through the streets of D.C. covered in cardboard genitalia just isn’t enough – we need a strike.
The Women’s March tweeted out Monday morning a call for a women’s strike:
The will of the people will stand. pic.twitter.com/SKJCRLhRKn— Women's March (@womensmarch) February 6, 2017
It’s not clear what all the “strike” would entail, and there wasn’t an attached date so the rest of us can plan our celebrations accordingly.
Or plan to pour bleach in our eyes, depending on the abundance of anatomical signage and furry armpits.
The march and the future strike are just two examples in a recent string of anti-Trump temper tantrums being thrown by liberals ad nauseum, likely due to the absence of a participation trophy for trying their super-duper best in last year’s election. Calls for boycotts and strikes have ramped up recently, with multiple department stores pulling Ivanka Trump’s clothing line simply because she’s President Donald Trump’s daughter (#LiberalLogicFail: she was Donald Trump’s daughter back when they started selling her clothes, too).
Some Twitter users didn’t take too kindly to the Women’s March organizers’ latest publicity stunt, their reactions ranging from mockery to disgust:
@womensmarch thank god, make it a week so the rest of us can have some peace and quiet.— Nathan (@Nathan_da_man) February 6, 2017
@womensmarch maybe the tag line should be changed to "a day w/o feminists". I will still be available to my family and my responsibilities.— Stephanie (@gritshappen) February 6, 2017
stay tuned... because nothing says "PAY ME MORE" than walking off the job, #amirite @womensmarch https://t.co/uJ0dd086bR— #MakeDCListen™ (@RickCanton) February 6, 2017
@womensmarch— FREEMENOWNRIFLES (@TRUSTUNTOGOD) February 6, 2017
What what percentage will be single cat ladies....
@womensmarch Why stop there? Why not just have a day of castration? Will that appease the #Soros beast of division?— Libs Always Lie (@webjourneys) February 6, 2017
In some slight effort to curry public favor, might I suggest the “Women’s March” movement stop purporting to speak for all “people” (or all “women,” for that matter) and instead consider changing its name to something more applicable.
Perhaps the “Incessant Shrew March," for example.