With the midterm elections around the corner, and the big push for Hillary Clinton already in full swing for ’16 (you can’t drive down the block without seeing a gag inducing “Ready for Hillary” bumper sticker), conservative women need to brace themselves for the next installment of the “war on women” – waged against them. It’s nothing new, but it’s going to get worse and uglier, especially with Hillary on the horizon. Conservative women must be silenced because their fierce objection to the Nanny State, their embracement of smaller government and their rejection of the continuous victim/grievance mentality (aka “identity politics”) is antithetical to views of the lefts’ “chosen one”.
John Hawkins of Right Wing News wrote:
“If only liberals hated Al-Qaeda with the same burning passion that they feel towards well known conservative women, the world would be a better place. Just listen to the comments they make about strong, conservative women like Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachmann, Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin. They’ve attacked Sarah Palin’s children and Bachmann’s husband, called Coulter a transvestite and used racial slurs against Malkin. It’s just a bottomless well of outright hatred and misogyny. The worst day Hillary Clinton or Sandra Fluke has ever had is like an average Tuesday for one of these women.”
“If I had a dollar for every time someone called me that (slut), I’d have enough money to get into an Obama fundraiser” said Syndicated Columnist, Michelle Malkin, in reference to the extensive vulgar names that are being delivered on a regular basis toward conservative minded women from the liberal left pundits and news media.
But some of the worst offenders against conservative women are the so-called feminist groups. Here’s an example:
Recently, at the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference, held at a DoubleTree by Hilton in a Northern Virginia suburb, organizers promised all manner of “inclusivity” and a “safe space” for discussion, welcoming everyone. Its “safe space policy” promised the event would be “structured around inclusivity with a focus on representing various perspectives” (according to the event’s official website).
A reporter, Katherine Timpf, who works for Campus Reform and who attended the conference, attempted to ask students’ their opinions on feminism. But the conference organizers quickly made an announcement advising participants not to talk to her because Campus Reform was a “conservative” outlet.
Timpf was then bullied by the participants and was told by the organizers “conservative” women could not take part in the “festival of inclusivity” and was asked to leave.
It appears that the organizers failed to mention on their website that “inclusivity” didn’t include conservative women.
Looks like most “feminist” groups are nothing more than fronts churning out left wing propaganda, and therefore conservative women need not look to them for support or inclusion. After all, where were these feminists when Sarah Palin and her children (including her son who has Downs Syndrome) were being eviscerated?
Maybe they were attending a festival of inclusivity.