On Wednesday, March 8, everyone’s favorite obnoxious subculture of liberal protesters took to the streets for the “Day Without A Woman,” shenanigans opting to not go to work for the day, inconveniencing business owners across the country all for the sake of fighting for rights they already have.
Not the sharpest tools in the shed, right?
Well, fortunately, not all women have been bamboozled by the ridiculousness of the modern feminist movement: a group of ladies decided to counter the protest with the hashtag #WeShowUp.
According to TheBlaze:
On Wednesday, participants in a national strike, dubbed “A Day Without A Woman,” didn’t go to work. But many women did — and they shared their reasons for doing so on social media.
The strike was a project by the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington, which took place Jan. 21, the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Similar marches took place that day across the country.Participants in the strike, which coincides with International Women’s Day, were encouraged to avoid both paid and unpaid work, avoid spending money — except at women and minority-owned businesses — and to wear red.
— Women's March (@womensmarch) March 8, 2017
We stand on the shoulders of the women who came before us as well as the women who are marching in the streets for our civil rights.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) March 8, 2017
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) March 8, 2017
But some women countered the protest by going to work. They shared their reasons for doing so with the hashtag #WeShowUp:
— Kimberly Williamson (@AcutelyNormal) March 8, 2017
— Sherri Hayes (@Boobear0905) March 8, 2017
#weshowup for work because not many of us are privileged enough to not have the income
— Katie (@avablinkme182) March 8, 2017
I'll be home today, just like everyday. Schooling my kids, making meals, doing laundry, raising a family. #Notmyprotest
— Nikki Taylor (@madhousewife7) March 8, 2017
— Meg (@mprice155) March 8, 2017
As if that wasn’t enough to already begin making feminists foam at the mouth, men also started using the hashtag to show support for the women in their lives who show up and do what’s necessary, without buying into the victim mentality being spread by the dolts behind this protest.
— Conor (@realdcm) March 8, 2017
#weshowup Wife works 50 hours/week as Hospice RN. Comforts and takes care of patients as they die. THATS a real woman and she'll show up.
— Virgil Cole (@VirgilCole) March 8, 2017
The women who decided not to fall for the feminist junk being shoved down their throats by showing up to their jobs, whether those were inside or outside of the home, are the ones who are living out the principles of personal responsibility and selflessness that makes America a great nation.
This point was underscored by a woman who always sets the record straight: OAN’s Liz Wheeler. Watch her excoriate these “feminists” below:
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]