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Why These People Of Faith Are Marching For Women This Weekend

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Just another mass winge fest of the fact that Trump got elected.

These people need to accept that he is in for 4 years.

These marches serve no purpose.

I'd like to see these women marches in front of the Saudi Arabia embassy. 

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He won fairly In democratic process,  the people protesting are probably left wing liberals trying to over turn a democratic decision,  Same with brexit.

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most of these folks are clueless about the impact that Obama has made , I'm sure they have no inkling just how anti-faith Obama's policies were (multiple reports of anti christian dictats and  non-muslim bashing in armed forces) , further sneaking in of bills at the midnight hour to evade opposition such as the type giving the Govt powers to decide who is 'fake' media and accuse them of anti-government speech/propaganda and shut them down .

The common core education system is a major fail and parents are unhappy at the quality and content of the course , kids are being made to jump through ridiculous hoops and still get nowhere , penalised if they get the right answers but not by the tedious methods proscribed by the system so are made to feel like failures for no reason othe than non-compliance.

What happened to Michelle Obama's healthy food in school ...oh yes it didn't happen.

Did her stupid pouty face get 'our girls' home from Boko Haram?

People are sheep especially these ones they are wasting their time which would be better spent going back to their communities and using all that pent-up energy to improve them instead letting MSM get them traipsing up and down for photo opps for their agenda pieces . Sikhs shouldn't be handing out langar at such  functions it gives legs to stupid rumours , it was different at the mass mourning after Paris or Dover when people were trapped without water or food ...Why are we becoming the world's picnic basket ...we are supposed to help the poor and needy not SJWs on a jaunt from their leafy 'burbs remember these same SJWs are the ones tomorrow who will be trying to hound you for not changing Guru ji's maryada to allow for their special snowflakeness 

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