Two protests were held a week apart in the Nation’s Capital in January: the Women’s March on Washington (Jan. 21) and the March for Life (Jan. 27). But, while both profess to be “pro-women,” their tactics couldn’t have been more different:
- One employed violence, vulgarity, hatred and threats to shock, offend and intimidate,
- The other peacefully relied on prayer and persuasion to make its point.
Two protests. Two tactics. Which do you think won over more hearts and minds?
Watch and decide for yourself.