Inga Barks

Inga Barks 

CALIFORNIAN FILE

If what I saw on national and local news of the Women’s March last weekend is any indication of the game plan for getting a woman into the White House some day, may a woman never be president.

Winning by hissy fit? Really?

There they stood, in the shadow of great symbols of the female form like the Washington Monument (ahem), listing their grievances like .... well ... ya know ... I have no idea what they were saying. And I’m one of them!

You had actress Scarlett Johansson, who looked so much like The Donald’s young son Barron that I thought she was auditioning to play him in the made for TV mini series.

You had yer Cher, whose biggest musical comeback happened when she apparently got implants in her rear end, threw on a thong, and straddled the cannon on a Navy ship for a song.

Then there was God’s gift to feminism, Madonna. Her contribution to the 2016 election was offering sexual favors to anyone who would vote for Hillary (she reneged, btw). She outdid herself at the rally by saying that she’d been thinking about blowing up the White House. She later played the age old “woman’s prerogative” card to claim that she’d been taken out of context.

Also on stage was Muriel Bowser, the mayor of our nation’s capital. In her speech she said she wanted to make sure that President Trump knew D.C. has a female at the helm. Now, I mean no offense because I personally think Washington, D.C., is the most beautiful city in the country. Especially at night. As long as you stay between Lincoln and Supreme Court building. Most of that city is scary, even in broad daylight, if you ask me.

Back here at home they managed to get enough women (and a few men) to load up one corner of Stockdale Highway and California Avenue. But the locals, just like their comrades across the country, had no cogent message. Was it abortion? The environment? LGBTQ issues? Man-hating?

Ultimately this was a huge one-day movement with no place to go. Because it’s not based on a mutual idea or cause. Rather, on the most ridiculous thing of all: gender. How can there be an effective movement when the common ground was determined by nature and not beliefs?

Sadly, in my opinion, events where women use being women to demand that they be both equal and special only make those women look like, well ... women. They sounded like nags, demanding that they get a female president just because she’s female. They sounded like gossips, going on about rights being taken from them as if it were a fact.

They were hysterical, like an early 20th century Freud patient who’s so bored that they create a non-existing crisis and react to it. Some of these women used their own sexuality to be offended by being sexualized.

Let’s face it, my sisters (girlfriends, gals, fellow broads, chicks and dames), if you’re going to demand that you get certain treatment, jobs, status, or even the Oval Office because of genitalia, how does it make you any less sexist, demeaning, or oafish than the very people you claim to march against?

Probably the most tragic example of this came in the 2016 presidential primary season when former (and first female) Secretary of State Madeline Albright told a crowd of Hillary supporters that there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t vote for a woman. Beyond the stupidity on its face (would she have said the same had it been pro-life conservative Carly Fiorina vs. Bernie Sanders?), this woman, this respected former secretary of state, in comparing a woman not voting for a woman to the greatest hell-worthy evil, belittled her own family tree for a vote.

Albright fled the Czech Republic with her parents when she was 2 years old, leaving behind family members, including at least two grandmothers, who all died as Jewish Holocaust victims. And in her mind and the minds of many of these marchers last weekend, the most egregious evil was that a woman isn’t in the Oval Office? Really? Really?

And this is why, in the end, this march has no gams. I mean legs.

Here’s a tip to all those lady marchers: You want a gal in the White House? Don’t treat it as an entitlement like you would an wedding anniversary gift. If you’re going to continue to let the men bake from scratch while you’re throwing something in the microwave and demanding reward, may there never be a female president!

Inga Barks of Bakersfield is a longtime conservative commentator.

(43) comments

Vinnieg

Sounds like you wasted your time, but more sadly, you occupied space at such a spectacular event, you were better off staying in your small hick town to fit your mind

Anna Smith

Inga, your small-mindedness misses the whole point. Whether you agree or disagree, your article proves that (despite your political leanings) you simple can't ignore hundreds of thousands of women and men marching peacefully around the country.

While the March produced fracture and stirred up small controversies, it also served as inspiration. Overall, the March sent a powerful message and served as a glimmer of hope for many Americans.

"There is a reasonable suspicion that the alliances, rights, and prospects that women have hoped for and counted on are blown away far too easily—by men, by our own divisions, by conflict and contempt.

But this is precisely why the Women’s March feels vital. Of course it’s difficult to pull together an enormous group of women who may have nothing in common other than the conviction that a country led by Trump endangers their own freedoms and the freedoms of those they love. That conviction is nonetheless the beginning of the resistance that those planning to attend the march hope to constitute."

- Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker Magazine

Hannibal

Can't help but wonder who Barks' white knight is, charging to the rescue with his clearly Republican echo points. I do want to thank ol' boy for his confusing couldn't be bothered to address with any substance replies. Spot on friend. You're doing your side proud. So proud.
Sheesh. Whatever.

Barb m

I could be mean and say, you are not a Trump 10 so your opinion just doesn't count, but I won't. Unfortunately you must follow teaching of Christ who was not white like you and I but you are panning yourself off as having some legitimacy in the shadow of such beliefs. You ability to post and have an editorial is because women went and protested for you right to write. Just like the Women's March, the pre-load March occurred. Just because I don't agree doesn't mean I can question their peaceful protest. Such you shouldn't question a March that enhances your position in life. BTW did you see every state was involved, every country where women are free to have a say, even Antarctica

shhanson

This was a really disappointed editorial, that relied more on Ad Hominem and other snippy attacks of the millions of women and men, worldwide, who came together peacefully to show their solidarity against the racism, xenophobia and misogyny of Donald J. Trump. It is especially disappointing coming from a human being who has been a victim of sexual harassment.

My daughter marched with tens of thousands of other women in Sacramento. She marched for civil rights, human rights, equality, and equal treatment under the laws. She marched for both of her great grandmothers, women who were forces of nature in their own right, but live in a time without the right to vote (and without many other rights), and as "chattel" in their relationships with men.

Get a grip Inga. I think that you do clearly understand what women and men were marching for, but you have to stick to the conservative play book and attack everything that criticizes our new dictator. If the first week is any indication, it is going to be a wild ride for four years. The protests are only going to get bigger, and louder, until those on the Hill take notice and begin listening to the voice of the many. Time will tell who is on the right side of history here. Let's hope that our country, and its values, survives.

Nevermind

So marching in a protest now is called a hissy fit. But the pro life march.......that's different right Inga? This is America, and if you think Trump s a friend to women you need to lay off the mushrooms. EVERY CITIZEN has a right to protest. I dont call the Pro Life march a hissy fit just because its already been decided by the Supreme Court. Both groups have every right to march, and what makes you think you have more of a right to have an opinion than a celebrity?

jtorczon

Great to see the throng of marchers descending on the nation's capital for the annual March for Life that is being aired on EWTN, with Fox News airing VP Pence's speech to the crowd, who rightly said that life is winning in America as evidenced by the election results in recent years. We have science to thank for that in the form of ultrasounds, which are smashing the alternative fact of the unborn being blobs of tissue. Yep, you heard me right. Science and reality are siding with life.

blogmom

How do I delete a comment?

BitBurner

I used to go to church with you at BCLC. I remember you used to be more loving and caring back then. A lot more like Jesus. You know LONG before you got a job on the radio. I've gone on retreats with you and prayed with you many times before. I felt like I knew you pretty well and I looked up to you. Not anymore. I've heard your radio show a few times and every time I hear you talk or listen to what you have to say it sickens me. It seems like you've let hate infiltrate your life to make a profit. It's the only way that I can understand how someone can become so vile and so different from the follower of Jesus I knew before. To sit there on your soapbox you've apparently traded your soul for and belittle your fellow Americans (not to mention your own gender who has only had a right to vote in the last 100 years) for practicing their constitutional rights to peacefully assemble and protest is unpatriotic and on the wrong side of history. It's also pretty pathetic that you did no homework whatsoever. This is pretty much you talking about something you know nothing about and you didn't care to know about because it doesn't fit your political agenda. You offer noting to the conversation but the noise of a clanging cymbal in my ear. I'm pretty sure you know what scripture I'm referring to here or at least you used to. It's also pathetic that you think this was about having a "gal" in the White House or had anything to do with Hillary as you imply. It was 100% a response to Donald Trump's words and actions. Any person with a brain can look and see the MILLIONS of people (not just women) who marched and read their signs and see what they were marching for. You couldn't even do that. How shallow you must be now to not even try. I challenge you or anyone to find a picture with any women at any Women's March from 1/21/17 holding a sign for Hillary. Then compare that to the ones for Equal Rights and get back to me with the numbers.

blogmom

Nailed it!

jtorczon

May I ask how you were able to reconcile your church's teachings, which should generally reflect the call to hate the sin but love the sinner, with that of a Democractic Party that arguably loves both as its platform supports a variety of sins -- even intrinsic evils, which would suggest that its supporters are listening to the ways of the world rather than of God, for which Peter was rebuked by Jesus with "Get thee behind me, Satan!" for doing likewise? This is why I joined many fellow Catholics in the exodus from the Democratic Party because it has sold its soul and become beholden to moral relativism and a culture of death.

Perhaps that is why conservative Christians are unwilling to address legitimate issues concerning women when the other side continues to support certain non-negotiable issues as reflected in the papal teachings of St. John Paul the Great, which would suggest that the "equal rights" falls flat if the equal right to life is disregarded. One such teaching of his is that the common outcry that is justly made for various rights is "false and illusory" if the right to life, on which all other rights are conditioned, is not defended "with maximum determination."

You know, the most loving thing one Christian can do for another is to admonish the sinner, which is one of the spiritual works of mercy. I'd say Inga is doing exactly that by sbowing you the error of your ways, even if not in the most charitable way, and Trump has been doing likewise through his recent executive actions against that wicked organization, Planned Parenthood.

Nevermind

He grabbed you right by your crotch eh Mr. holier than thou.

Hannibal

Consider yourself admonished and chastised. Your rambling is incoherent, irrelevant, and insincere. It is proper Republican attitudes like this that gave me cause to leave the GOP. Consider the lasteight years. Yes Obama's presidency was a wreck. Republicans did nothing to stop it. And now Jim Crow 2.0 is hailed as revolutionary? This works for you? You enjoy that tall tower as you look down with your condescension. But hey. You're in good company. Rachel Maddow and Inga Barks enjoy being smug. Maybe you will considerbthis me showing you the error of your ways. Don't sweat it though. To see that you would need to look beyond your narrow confines. And somehow I don't see that happening. Enjoy your reply. I'm done with this conversation.

Nevermind

Jesus isn't mentioned in the Constitution

BeingLiberalMustMeanAntiChrist

What exactly did dumping the tea in the harbor do to the American Revolution? What exactly did the Civil Rights March do for people of color?

jtorczon

Why don't we ask the Tea Party, whom the mainstream media would have us believe was all but dead? Think that lulled the libs to sleep only to end up getting burned? Or was that really Obama's fault for being asleep at the switch when he could have done something about the Russians hacking into our stuff?

BitBurner

Inga is the local mouthpiece for ultra conservative news/talk radio KNZR who carry syndicated shows like "The Glenn Beck Program", "The Rush Limbaugh Show" and "The Mark Levin Show". All opportunists just like her. I feel like she's baiting or at the least just parroting her party line to earn an income. She's not put any forethought or intelligence into what she's actually saying. Guess that doesn't pay the bills with her crowd. This is probably the most traffic she's had to a story in 5 years. If you don't count the news stories about her being arrested on charges of drunk and disorderly conduct at The Marketplace a few years ago. ;)

blogmom

Sadly you'd rather add to the disparaging remarks made by others just as ignorant as you, than actually write an informed piece. In fact, you know so little about something so significant, you couldn't even think of anything intelligent to say about it, so instead you just made fun of it. Mockery tends to be the go-to response for people with nothing worthwhile to say, so we shouldn't be too surprised. If you'd bothered to read even one article with a view contrary to your own, or heck, talked to an actual person who participated, it would have been more than evident why we marched. And no, it wasn't just because we're women and nope, we were definitely not whining. We were shouting, cheering, smiling, laughing, waving and making new friends, but there was nary a whine heard that day. Seems we left that to you.

Even in my 40's, I'm still always a little surprised when I hear a grown woman tearing down her fellow females. Usually it means they're jealous, they actually wish they were more like you, so they put you down to distract from their own inadequacies. But since you're uninformed and think we only showed up because we have vaginas, let me do my best to offer a perspective you didn't even bother to consider.

I marched as an example to my daughters. To defend the rights of women AND men of all colors, nationalities and religions who don't have the same advantages as I do because of where they were born or the color of their skin or the higher power they choose to worship. The same advantages you seem to either take for granted or feel you're somehow entitled to. I marched for equality, not just for women, but every citizen of this great country and even those who only dream of citizenship. I marched for the terrified families whose children are fearful of deportation, even if they came to our country legally. And I even marched to defend your right to trash-talk the march, because that's the America I want to create for my children and all future children. Both boys and girls and anything in between. I want them to know how powerful their voices are, that bullies must be stood up to, and kindness always, always trumps hate. It's easy to mock, to try and diminish something so powerful it is historically unprecedented. But throwing stones (or eggs or water bottles, like those thrown at us as we stood on the corner the other day) will not deter us. Oh and that March that you think means nothing and changes nothing? Just the tip of the iceberg my friend. You ain't seen nuthin' yet!

jtorczon

Did your march for equality include the right to life for the human persons developing in the womb? Or to denounce Planned Parenthood for targeting minority neighborhoods with their abortion mills, as evidenced by the fact that black babies are being victims of state-sanctioned murder at a rate nearly four times that of white babies? It is hypocrisy like that leaves me wondering whether you aren't subjecting young, impressionable minds to child abuse.

BitBurner

When have you ever marched for anything? I challenge you to organize your own march if you believe those things so strongly. But don't attack someone's parenting and accuse "child abuse" because your causes weren't heard at something you didn't involve yourself in. That's hypocrisy.

Lisa

BitBurner, while it's obviously correct that child abuse allegations are in this case unwarranted and foul, have you seen his canned replies to other posts? You're attempting to communicate with a right-wing version of Cleverbot. For more entertaining results, turn on your AM radio and try arguing with it.

jtorczon

Oh, believe me, I've been in a good number of marches and rallies where truth and goodness were.the underlying themes and which promote nothing that would be considered harmful to children, an offense that prompted Jesus to say it would be better to cast a millstone around one's neck and to cast oneself into the sea than to do that. Yep, the very same Jesus who called the Samaritan woman to repentance.

Thoughtful

Inga, you get to write and publish your thoughts and be taken seriously because of the Women who marched before you to demand those rights. Women marched not because a woman lost the election, but because they feel afraid and threatened by the current administration and have no evidence to feel otherwise.

jtorczon

I'd think the women would have more to fear of the Culture of Death that bears nothing but bad fruits and even destruction as the result of leading society down a path that is wide and easy. Evidence of this is the young woman, the daughter of a friend, whose funeral I went to last night, tragically the latest of a half million people who have died of toxic drugs since 2009. Now there is something tangible worth protesting if not for a permissive society.

blogmom

Sadly you'd rather add to the disparaging remarks made by others just as ignorant as you, than actually write an informed piece. In fact, you know so little about something so significant, you couldn't even think of anything intelligent to say about it, so instead you just made fun of it. Mockery tends to be the go-to response for people with nothing worthwhile to say, so we shouldn't be too surprised. If you'd bothered to read even one article with a view contrary to your own, or heck, talked to an actual person who participated, it would have been more than evident why we marched. And no, it wasn't just because we're women and nope, we were definitely not whining. We were shouting, cheering, smiling, laughing, waving and making new friends, but there was nary a whine heard that day. Seems we left that to you.

Even in my 40's, I'm still always a little surprised when I hear a grown woman tearing down her fellow females. Usually it means they're jealous, they actually wish they were more like you, so they put you down to distract from their own inadequacies.
But since you're uninformed and think we only showed up because we have vaginas, let me do my best to offer a perspective you didn't even bother to consider.

I marched as an example to my daughters. To defend the rights of women AND men of all colors, nationalities and religions who don't have the same advantages as I do because of where they were born or the color of their skin or the higher power they choose to worship. The same advantages you seem to either take for granted or feel you're somehow entitled to. I marched for equality, not just for women, but every citizen of this great country and even those who only dream of citizenship. I marched for the terrified families whose children are fearful of deportation, even if they came to our country legally. And I even marched to defend your right to trash-talk the march, because that's the America I want to create for my children and all future children. Both boys and girls and anything in between. I want them to know how powerful their voices are, that bullies must be stood up to, and kindness always, always trumps hate. It's easy to mock, to try and diminish something so powerful it is historically unprecedented. But throwing stones (or eggs or water bottles, like those thrown at us as we stood on the corner the other day) will not deter us. Oh and that March that you think means nothing and changes nothing? Just the tip of the iceberg my friend. You ain't seen nuthin' yet!


Shallow observations by someone who doesn't even have the decency to listen to views contrary to her own.
Sadly you'd rather add to the disparaging remarks made by others just as ignorant as you, than actually write an informed piece. In fact, you know so little about something so significant, you couldn't even think of anything intelligent to say about it, so instead you just made fun of it. Mockery tends to be the go-to response for people with nothing worthwhile to say, so we shouldn't be too surprised. If you'd bothered to read even one article with a view contrary to your own, or heck, talked to an actual person who participated, it would have been more than evident why we marched. And no, we weren't whining. We were shouting, cheering, smiling, laughing, waving and making new friends, but there was nary a whine heard that day. Seems we left that to you.
Even in my 40's, I'm still always a little surprised when I hear another grown woman tearing down her fellow females. Usually it means they're jealous, they actually wish they were more like you, so they put you down to distract from their own insecurities.
But since you were unclear, let me do my best to offer a perspective you didn't even bother to consider. I marched as an example to my daughters. To defend the rights of women and men of all colors, nationalities and religions who don't have the same advantages as I do. The same advantages you seem to either take for granted or feel you're somehow entitled to. I even marched to defend your right to trash-talk the march, because that's the America I want to create for my children and future children. Boys and girls. I want them to know how powerful their voices are, that bullies need to be stood up to and kindness trumps hate. It's easy to mock, to try and diminish something so powerful it is historically unprecedented. But throwing stones (or eggs or water bottles, like those thrown at us as we stood on the corner the other day) will not deter us. Oh and that March that you think means nothing and changes nothing? Just the tip of the iceberg my friend. You ain't seen nuthin' yet!


Shallow observations by someone who doesn't even have the decency to listen to views contrary to her own.

Seems to me the patriarchy has gotten under your skin and unfortunately tumbled out of your mouth. But that's cool, take your 40% earnings for the same job your male counterparts get It wasn't to further a pro-abortion agenda as you and many of your like-minded lemmings like to tell yourselves.

apparently considers herself an expert on all women, and therefore has the audacity to presume she speaks for all of us.

jtorczon

How could we conservatives possibly consider, let alone take seriously, other viewpoints when they seem to be influenced by Trump Derangement Syndrome? But I have to admit that I got a kick out of seeing a protester wearing a Trump mask and holding a sign saying "Make Russia Great Again!"

blogmom

Please remove This was a draft that was t meant to be posted

blogmom

Why is there no way to delete your own comment? Can you please remove this post. It was a rough draft and wasn't meant to be posted. I've re-posted the correct comment so please delete this or let me know how I can. Thank you

Hannibal

This has been a curious election cycle and it seems the curiosity just does not want to give up. On the one hand we have Republicans and so called Conservatives shaking their heads in dismay at the utter lack of support their platform has. (Kind of weird, I know.) On the other hand you have the Democrats and Liberals running around like their head is on fire. And somewhere in the middle of the echo chamber (yeah, that would be you Inga) we have folks just trying to figure out their new world. So what do we do? People with a so called voice (i.e a radio program where they reach some number of people) can enjoy their new position and gloat. Ha ha, libs. You lost. Ha ha libs we are gonna make a better country. Ha ha. It's funny right? I mean it is so hilarious that everyone that disagrees is clearly a fool and an example of why we need a heavy handed government. This is Merica, right? We demand you fall in step. And women don't you worry. We will treat you like objects because, let's face it, if you aren't plastic then your value and worth is negligible. Don't even think about expecting anything resembling equality. You are an object worth possessing and man-handling. But don't you worry. This is Merica and we put down that hag Hillary. It's all good, right? This is how we do it. See how tall that monument stands in DC, the City of Lights and austerity? That’s what we are. Tall and standing.
Except we aren’t. We aren’t standing and der Fuehrer is ensuring we will not rise again (sorry Stars and Bars, that one is for you).
But a moment of clarity since I rambled like Ms. Barks rambled with such eloquence. Let’s open this up.
I do not approve of the leadership of this march and I agree it is a patchwork monster. But. But I agree with the principle of the march. As Lisa mentioned in her post protest is the fabric of our society. It is interwoven into the psyche of our country. A pity we have forgotten that in our zeal to re-brand people as removable aliens and our hysteria and need to document Muslims. If we are not willing to take a stand (even an incoherent stand) against a potentially (and I use this word with caution as should we all) dangerous Administration then what are we left with? I know. I do. We are left with Inga Barks leading a so called charge belittling and shaming people willing to defy (using our God given Rights) a near radical regime.
But let’ s be fair here. Cher has implants and her value and worth is evacuated. Melania? I think she is the only First Lady to have ever posed nude. So help me out here. Do we consider her positions in this light? Or is that too low for Republicans? Inga Barks claimed “medication reaction” for her arrest. Does this mean her opinions and voice is evacuated? Or is that going too low too? See it’s an interesting world we live in when the muck comes flying the other way.
You want a mutual idea or direction? How about we revamp hiring practices. How about we establish something resembling equal pay for equal work. How about we (meaning Conservatives/ Republicans this time) take a stand for something resembling dignity and human rights. You know, that crazy stuff I have been hearing for so many years that just got chucked out the window with “the Donald” and his new Presidency.
Now, to be clear, I could not find much to support on either side of this election. I felt both sides had equal damage to inflict upon this country. As “the Donald” (seriously Inga, could you be any more ingratiating?) closes his first week of his Presidency I have to reevaluate my premise. While the Women’s march may have been a potpourri of ideas and concerns (and the gift of feminist icons like the detestable Madonna offered little in the way of clarity) I do see it is a start. And that is something Barks apparently wants to stifle.
So here’s my tip, Inga. You keep turning a blind eye. And don’t you worry when the knock on your neighbor’s door is the delivery of a small cardboard box. It’s cool, Inga. You brought the message and you held firm. Surely there is a reward for that. Surely “the Donald” is paying attention. And when he pats your head and you kiss that ring, you just remember you did a good job. Now go back to your corner and wait to be called again.

jtorczon

Or how about we just fundamentally restore this country after it was transformed into a third-world banana republic by a radical regime over eight years?

Barb m

Very good

Lisa

I remember the conservative line toward protesting was a little different when it was Tea Party members out there protesting during the last administration. I recall the protesters then being "brave patriots". Now that it's protesters you don't happen to agree with, they are "hysterical", "nags", "gossips" who hope to be "winning by hissy fit?" Have some intellectual integrity. I'm sure you'd agree with me that the right to protest is an important American tradition that's been hugely integral to the fabric of our society, from Boston Harbor to Birmingham, Alabama. If you disagree with the Women's March, perhaps organize a counterprotest reflecting your values instead of just calling names. Good luck getting anything near those kind of numbers though.

blogmom

Thank you Lisa!

jtorczon

Oh. It's very easy to get a lot of folks to come out in protest when you have astroturfers leading the way, thanks to a cool $90 million in funding by George Soros.

Lisa

Oh my sweet goodness, he's just invoked the name of George Soros, thereby destroying my well-reasoned point regarding the hypocrisy in the article. How can I possibly rebut this kind of mic drop? Your alternative facts about paid protesters sure showed me.

jtorczon

So much for the protests being spontaneous and non-partisan, hear it from yet another woman who sees them as nothing but an opportunity to bash Trump: https://www.google.com/amp/nytlive.nytimes.com/womenintheworld/2017/01/20/billionaire-george-soros-has-ties-to-more-than-50-partners-of-the-womens-march-on-washington/amp/

jtorczon

Well done, Inga! I had the same thoughts when my family and I got trapped in downtown L.A. amid these zombies while attending another event. Guess it turned out to be just one big Trump trashing by sore losers.

blogmom

It had nothing to do with being sore losers or Trump trashing. It was a show of solidarity, because women's rights, as well as minority's rights, not to mention basic human rights, are under attack. Bummer you didn't have the forethought to realize all those "zombies" were gonna show up and disrupt your day trip. Cause you know, it's all about you, angry white guy! #iloveitwhenwomenagreewithme

jtorczon

Likewise, it was too bad that many of these protesters didn't have the forethought to go out and vote to avoid an embarrassing lost by Crooked Hillary to the very candidate they wanted most to get the nomination. Got a little too cocky about your chances of winning, eh?

BitBurner

Um they did vote. Trump lost the popular vote by almost 3 million votes. You're in the minority with your "Crooked Hillary" nonsense. No one cares about Hillary anymore but washed up republicans that can't think outside of GOP talking points.

BitBurner

Breaking News: Another white male calls fellow Americans names for exercising their constitutional rights and calls them "sore losers" because he doesn't care to know what it's really about. Seems he can't read protest signs even though he was trapped there with them. Also seems he didn't talk to any of the "zombies" to find out the truth of the situation for fear of being infected by cooties.

jtorczon

Guess that makes me, as Ashley Judd would say, a "nnnaaaaaaassssstyyyyyy man."

BAbsug

Perhaps your wife and any daughters you might have persuaded you to go to the other event with the hope of being rescued by the'zombies'...

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