If you’re white, you’re not allowed.
The women’s march in Eureka, California, has been cancelled because of too many participants who happen to be white. The official language is that the marchers aren’t diverse enough to match the demographics of Humboldt County:
“Up to this point, the participants have been overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community,” the press release went on to say. “Instead of pushing forward with crucial voices absent, the organizing team will take time for more outreach. Our goal is that planning will continue and we will be successful in creating an event that will build power and community engagement through connection between women that seek to improve the lives of all in our community.”
If anyone has been paying attention, we know that women’s marches are meant to push the liberal agenda. When conservative women wanted to participate, they were firmly escorted away for not believing in the liberal and socialist causes that make up the modern movement. Investigative reporting, however, revealed that few attendees were there for women’s issues and more for political causes like communism, the right to smoke weed, black lives matter, and people who hate Trump.
The leaders of the Women’s movement claim to be inclusive, but in fact they are anti-semites and racial provocateurs. Linda Sarsour is the controversial activist with ties to radical terrorist groups such as Hezbollah. Tamika Mallory un-apologetically associates with Nation of Islam leader and Jewish hate monger, Louis Farrakhan. These women in leadership position believe they speak for all women.
But in Eureka, California, the problem is that there are too many liberal white women in the march. Imagine being a woman who wants to have better economic opportunities, more access to affordable healthcare, and lower costs of quality education – forget it, your ideas are great, you just don’t have enough melanin in your skin.
It almost appears like the democrat party is moving closer to it’s pre-civil rights policies of the past that have worked so well for them.