The Women’s March continues to engage Twitter about their upcoming event, “Day Without A Woman.” So of course, Twitter just keeps on trolling the group and the event …
These chicks never learn.
— Women's March (@womensmarch) February 28, 2017
Yeah, who’s with us?!
So, who's going to tell them that they just continue to provide comedy gold?? https://t.co/wyB3CRi4Vc
— lauren (@LilMissRightie) February 28, 2017
Stay golden, Pony Boy.
@womensmarch I can't participate. Wherever I go, there I am.
— DizzyBritches (@BelmarCPA) February 28, 2017
Right? So if you’re a woman how can you go a day without yourself? And what if you’re already off that day? What if you’re allergic to red dye or need to shop for food?
@womensmarch So which woman?
— ?Lil Bub? (@LolicOnion) February 28, 2017
THAT woman, over there. She’s a real pain in the butt.
@womensmarch So a day without a woman trying to earn a living to pay their rent? A day without a mother taking care of her children.
— JinxazuMar (@JinxazuMarai) February 28, 2017
Apparently the only way for a woman to truly make a difference is to skip work and ignore her family for a day. Oh, and she’s supposed to wear red and not shop, or something.
Don’t blame us, we didn’t come up with this crap.
@womensmarch what? Who's going to nag us all day then?
— Dozer Dude (@TheDozerDude) February 28, 2017
Yeah, this isn’t going to end well, Women’s March.
@womensmarch Oh think of the peace and quite.
— bob (@bobconners3) February 28, 2017
— LLMajer (@LLMajer) February 28, 2017
— Dan (@TexasSpecial1) February 28, 2017
— TheRoadbeerReturned (@TheRoadbeer) February 28, 2017
@womensmarch The roads will be very safe that day
— Evan Cheney (@Echeney17) February 28, 2017
@womensmarch I love how nobody here can give a factual way women have less rights than men or are oppressed.
— Devan Frederick (@Silentshadow83) February 28, 2017
And that’s the ridiculous reality behind these events – women in America have the same rights as men do. But hey, if wearing red and playing hooky makes some women feel powerful …
Nope, sorry, it’s still just silly.