Blogger Candace Owens has released a new video focus on the hypocrisy behind the women’s march.
NEW VIDEO!! Because I'm struggling to understand what in world women in America are marching about, and why they insist on doing it in pussy hats.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) January 23, 2018
Here’s the video transcript:
Back in 2017, I had no clue what women were marching about in this country. The year is now 2018 and I still have no clue what women are marching about in this country.
My name is Candace Owens are you are watching, “Who’s [sic] march is it anyways?”
What would have to be going on in your country to make you dress like a vagina and wear a pink pu**y hat on your head? If this question just stumped you, then you are literally me this past weekend, trying to figure out what the heck these women are marching about and why the heck they insist on wearing a pu**y hat on their heads.
Some people criticize the movement as being unintellectual and that’s not fair. If these women weren’t smart then why are they carrying around signs of wisdom, like ‘f**k you, you f**king f**k?’
That’s not helping anybody.
Let’s switch gears. So what maybe they aren’t the most eloquent signs. Don’t let that distract from the message of their oppression. I mean, last year Madonna thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. Clearly, there is something wrong with our government and the way that it treats women. I mean, why else would she threaten to blow up the White House? It’s not like Madonna is some crazy, has-been pop star who’s desperate for relevance or anything.
“We love Madonna! F**k you, you f**king f**k!”
Clam down! Let’s just try to look at this objectively.
I don’t think we should blow up the White House because, factually speaking, Preside Trump has elected more women to high-ranking cabinet positions than any President in the history of the United States.
Don’t let that discourage you. Maybe there’s other stuff we can threaten to blow up.
I’d stay away from the colleges and universities too, though, because factually speaking, women are graduating in much higher numbers than men. They also account for the majority of business startups.
Stay away from there!
And we’re far less likely to commit crimes, go to prison, or commit suicide.
Who’s [sic] march is this again?
Of course, Candace received instant applause from Twitter birds:
Love this video! #Imwithher 👆
— Barbara Ball Johnson (@Brinka19Barbara) January 23, 2018
Who can be against someone who speaks the truth and points out hypocrisy?
They call it a "women's march" but it isn't. If it was it would include every woman regardless of politics! It's just a democrat hate march against @POTUS !
— George Z (@GPZ1965) January 24, 2018
Most of those women don’t even know what the heck they’re marching for.
Your video is completely OFF THE HOOK!
Only one thing: Please tell me Maddona doesn’t know where you live-right?
— Tim Taylor (@TimTaylor101257) January 24, 2018
That’d make an interesting headline… “Madonna offs blogger over political satire.”
If I could nominate you to the senate I would in a heart beat.
Keep it coming, let the truth be your weapon.
The Thin Blue Line will have your back 💙🇺🇸👮♂️👮🏿♂️
— Lt. Cmdr 💙 (@tafy50) January 24, 2018
Maybe we’ll see a Senator Candace Ownes in 20 years.
You are a beautiful, smart woman! Oh and hilarious 🤣 too! Love 💗 listening to you. Great Video! #runforoffice
— P2 ME (@LoveMerica83) January 23, 2018
She says what we’re all thinking.
These women need to find a man and a hobby!
— #ReleaseTheMemo (@toddpoole19) January 23, 2018
They might be slightly less angry.
Why don’t they call it what it really is, an anti-Trump March.
— Tim Ferris (@TimothyJFerris) January 24, 2018
Because then they wouldn’t be able to say it’s “inclusive” and “anybody can join regardless of their political affiliations.”
And women are quick to say the Women’s March don’t speak for them.
They certainly don't speak for me
— Emily Burrows (@EmilyBurrows19) January 23, 2018
They don't speak for me either!
— PrescottPatty (@whiskeyrow28) January 23, 2018