Feminist Gloria Steinem is having a tough time living in reality post-November 8. The outspoken feminist with a heart for abortion can’t bring herself to accept the 2016 presidential election results, in which her corrupt pantsuit-sporting queen had her coronation unfairly stolen from her.
Steinem, battling between the denial and anger stages of grief, implored her fellow leftists to fight Trump and his proposed pro-life agenda via civil disobedience before petulantly declaring that he is not her president.
“We have all the powers we had [before Trump was elected] of lobbying and pressuring and making clear that the political consequences are great. We may look up and feel powerless and think there’s nothing we can do, but it’s not true. There are things we can do at each level. And there’s always civil disobedience. Trump is not my president,” Steinem posted on her webpage.
Only, Trump is our President-elect and will be sworn in on January 20. However, the willful delusion is sort of endearing, in that pathetic sort of way.
Steinem’s biggest concern under not-my-President Trump is that abortion restrictions might be implemented and lucrative “nonprofit” abortion mill Planned Parenthood might be defunded. As a woman who loves abortion so much she dedicated her latest book, My Life on the Road, to her illegal abortionist, this cannot happen. Hence the potent denial.
Combating the horror that fewer unborn babies might be killed under not-my-President Trump, Steinem has teamed up with Planned Parenthood and Harry Belafonte to co-chair the “Women’s March on Washington,” an anti-Trump protest set for January 21, the day following the presidential inauguration.
Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards boasted of the harpy-riddled event via a statement:
“We will send a strong message to the incoming administration that millions of people across this country are prepared to fight attacks on reproductive health care, abortion services, and access to Planned Parenthood, as they intersect with the rights of young people, people of color, immigrants, and people of all faiths, backgrounds, and incomes,” said Richards.
Earlier this year, Steinem turned heads by blaming, in part, the Catholic Church for Global Warming. Her “logic”: the Church does not advocate abortion or birth control, thus their followers have too many babies, and human life is our greatest threat, or something.