Americans pride themselves on the freedoms of free speech and the right to assemble peaceably.
Great causes have been launched to prominence by exercising these freedoms. The causes were identified, efforts focused and actions taken.
For females around the world, the recent Women’s March disgraced the efforts to advance women’s causes. The marches were marked with anger, violence and even abuse against women.
Marchers didn’t have a clue why they were marching or what women’s rights are allegedly in “peril.” Even the self-proclaimed leaders of the movement were disoriented about the purpose of the march, and it led to a comical review as related by The Blaze.
YouTuber and popular conservative comedian Steven Crowder is known for doing funny videos that tackle issues from a right leaning angle. From time to time, Crowder will actually take on the persona of leftists and pretend to be one of them to really expose the craziness they sometimes adopt.
Crowder “infiltrated” the march to get some answers.
Crowder and his trusty sidekick “Not Gay Jared” decided they would take on the much discussed Women’s March, and try to find out more about it by showing up at the one being held in Austin Texas. In order to accomplish this, and put the marchers off their guard, Crowder and Jared decided to show up as transgendered women.
What Crowder and Jared – going as Stephanie and Jenelle – discovered is that in terms of understanding why they were marching, no one had a really solid idea. Upon being asked which rights were in danger, no one could give a complete answer that wasn’t stumbled through with some difficulty.
The duo even discovered former Texas senator and abortion advocate Wendy Davis at the march. She spoke in nebulous terms about how nobody has rights if even one person or group doesn’t.
What Davis did have was an economic plan that required women be paid more than they currently are, because of the negative stereotype that women spend more frivolously than men, and this will boost our economy.
It’s hard to imagine (sarcasm) why Davis ran for governor of Texas and lost by a wide margin.
Overall, as Crowder highlights, the march accomplished little, but it did give the duo the opportunity to showcase the insanity that these marches tend to host.
Watch the duo in action at the march:
You can just imagine all the other people following this, shaking their heads in disbelief just as you are.
Source: The Blaze