Okay, I have to admit I did not watch the Women’s March against Trump this weekend where Gloria Steinem said that women felt ‘sexually assaulted’ by Trump’s ‘language’ & ‘attitude’.
Instead, I was too busy watching the reruns of the Women’s Marches in the 1990’s against Bill Clinton’s rape and molestation of innocent women throughout his adult life, and his taking advantage of a 22 year old female White House intern.
One of the reruns I watched was of a Women’s March against Hillary Clinton who had hired private detectives, who in turn hired thugs, to harass, threaten, and intimidate her husband Bill’s sexual assault victims into silence.
Wait a minute. Those marches never happened. They never happened, because Gloria Steinem is a two-faced, ideological hustler no different from Jesse I Have a Scheme Jackson and Al Not So Sharpton.
The feminists of America never went after Bill Clinton for his lewd sexual misconduct, ACTUAL sexual misconduct, for one reason: Clinton supported the feminist movement’s agenda, which contrary to popular opinion was not about equal rights but special rights.
It seems like every pitch-a-bitch group in the liberal sphere will look the other way if a politician, who behaves badly according to the group’s religious dogma of who to attack, supports their cause, and they have no problem with the hypocrisy it shows the world.
I guarantee if Donald Trump said he would pass feminist legislation as president there would not have been a march this past weekend.
(As reported by: Breitbart News)
Monday on MSNBC’s “All In,” discussing Saturday’s women’s march on Washington, feminist and political activist Gloria Steinem said President Donald Trump made woman feel “sexually assaulted by his language and by his attitude.”
Partial transcript as follows:
HAYES: It struck me a lot of the signs, they were about all different kinds of issues and it was interesting to see that, but a lot of signs about the infamous comments the president of the United States made on the “Access Hollywood” tape. One of the things striking to me when he bragged about sexual assault, how easy it was to get away with it when you’re a celebrity. There was a moment in the campaign where that happened and everyone thought, “Oh my God,” and you had Republican members of Congress running to every microphone to say “I can’t look my daughter in the eyes about this,” and then it just sort of disappeared down the memory hole.
STEINEM: It didn’t disappear. I think people felt, women felt, and men on behalf of women felt sexually assaulted by his language and by his attitude. There’s a common theme here of bodily integrity. We get to control our own bodies. The power of the government stops at our skins, and that has to do with reproductive freedom, that has to do with sexual assault. It has to do with all kinds of other issues, with testing and so on. I mean it is fundamental—bodily integrity—and I think that’s what his ridiculous attitude tapped into.