Well, it’s that time again. Time for those on the far left to use as many women as possible to support their agenda in the upcoming Pink “Kitty Kat” Women’s March.
Ladies, dust off the old pink “kitty kat” hats so that you can protest against the latest target. This time, the protest will be against the National Rifle Association on July 14 in Fairfax, Va. Protesters will be marching from the NRA to the Department of Justice.
It seems that organizers got their “pink hats in a bunch” when an NRA ad starring Dan Loesch triggered them. Loesch called out left-leaning media for inciting violence.
In the ad, Loesch can be heard saying:
“They use their media to assassinate real news. They use their schools to teach children that their president is another Hitler. They use their movie stars and singers and comedy shows and award shows to repeat their narratives over and over again.
And then they use their ex-president to endorse “the resistance” all to make them march, make them protest, make them scream racism and sexism and xenophobia and homophobia.
To smash windows, burn cars, shut down interstates and airports, bully and terrorize the law abiding until the only option left is for the police to do their jobs and stop the madness.
And when that happens, they’ll use it as an excuse for their outrage. The only way we stop this, the only way we save our country and our freedom, is to fight this violence of lies with the clenched fist of truth.
I’m the National Rifle Association of America. And I’m freedom’s safest place.”
Immediately, the left tried to convince the public that the NRA ad was “violent, chilling, an open call to violence” but of course, those on the left couldn’t bring themselves to say “truthful, in whole or in part.”
An announcement about the march on the group’s Facebook event states:
“Recent actions of the NRA demonstrate not only a disregard for the lives of black and brown people in America, but appear to be a direct endorsement of violence against women, our families and our communities for exercising our constitutional right to protest.”
Tamika Mallory, former Black Lives Matter activist and co-chair of the Women’s March, recently wrote a letter to NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre demanding the NRA take down the ad.
The NRA’s response was to published another ad titled “We Don’t Apologize for Telling the Truth.”
This time the ad was aimed specifically at Mallory:
“I’m talking to you, Tamika Mallory. You wrote a letter to the NRA on behalf of the Women’s March claiming our ‘Clenched Fist of Truth’ ad was an attack on minority communities,” said conservative talk-show host Grant Stinchfield in the NRA ad. “You call it dangerous and demand it to be taken down? I’m here to tell you not a chance.”
The Women’s March organizers listed three demands for the NRA on their Facebook events page as follows:
1. Take down the recent irresponsible and dangerous advertisement videos from all social platforms immediately.
2. Issue an apology to the American people for the video that suggests armed violence against communities of color, progressives and anyone who does not agree with this Administration’s policies.
3. Make a statement to defend Philando Castile’s Second Amendment right to own a firearm and demand the Department of Justice indict the police officer who killed him for exercising his Second Amendment right and his privilege as a licensed concealed carry permit holder. This call is clearly in line with the mission and purpose of the NRA as an organization that purports to be the lobby and defender of the right to bear arms.
I’m betting the “kitty kat farm” that the NRA will ignore the group’s demands.
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