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'Anti-Semitism isn't chic': WaPo gets help explaining why Women's March is 'struggling to find relevance'

Earlier we told you about Richard Grenell helping show what real “truth to power” looks like by sharing a photo of protesters in Iran:

Right on cue, the Washington Post published an article about the Women’s March and attempts to stay relevant:

To be sure, there are many who didn’t like that headline one bit, but it’s hard to argue with the point that was made, and there are many reasons:

Things like donning “Handmaid’s Tale” outfits to protest Brett Kavanaugh while many on the Left defend the Iranian regime doesn’t exactly cause people to take them seriously either.

The media’s done their best, that’s for sure.

Yeah, that too.


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