Over the weekend, women from all over the country dusted off their cheap knit pussy hats to attend various women’s marches on the anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Jane Fonda even served as the keynote speaker at one rally in Park City, Utah. However, Hanoi Jane and her feminist followers were furious when U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley shamed them all with one photograph from Afghanistan.
As women prepared to march in opposition to President Donald Trump on Saturday, he found the perfect way to troll them via Twitter. “Beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect day for all Women to March,” wrote Trump, encouraging feminists to celebrate the one-year anniversary of his inauguration.
Then, he twisted the knife, noting the great strides which have been made for women by his administration. “Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months. Lowest female unemployment in 18 years!” Trump tweeted.
Beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect day for all Women to March. Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months. Lowest female unemployment in 18 years!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 20, 2018
The humiliation for these misguided feminists would not end with Donald Trump, though, because as soon as they showed up to march, they were embarrassed to see that the turnout for their event was dismal, at best. In fact, the “Respect Rally” in Park City, Utah, for which Jane Fonda served as keynote speaker, only drew a couple hundred people.
The turnout was so embarrassing that attendees began tweeting photos from last year’s march in a pathetic attempt to make it seem that more people were interested in their cause.
This picture is from 2017 … and we all know it. #WomensMarch2018
The crowds were far from massive, maybe half of what they had last year, if we’re being generous.
Seriously, how successful can a movement be if you have to lie about attendance? https://t.co/An9RVZC6Ma
— The🐰FOO (@PolitiBunny) January 21, 2018
Jane Fonda has never been able to escape her reputation as “Hanoi Jane,” a nickname which was coined to mock her after she sided with America’s enemies during the Vietnam War. Fonda went so far as to travel to North Vietnam and take disgusting pro-communist photos, even as American soldiers were being killed by the Viet-Cong.
That may have been 50 years ago, but no one likes traitors, nor do we forget them. So, when Fonda turned up in Park City, Utah, as the keynote speaker for Saturday’s “Respect Rally,” Mad World News was happy to report that she was met by a nasty surprise.
The trifecta of embarrassment for this weekend’s Women’s Marchers was completed with a tweet from U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, who can always be counted on to shed some much-needed perspective on any situation. Ahead of Saturday’s demonstrations, Haley tweeted a photograph snapped in Afghanistan which put all of the whining feminists to shame.
Haley, along with other U.N. Security Council diplomats, had traveled to Afghanistan for a two-day trip to see conditions there firsthand. While there, Haley met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, and a number of other Afghan officials. However, it was a meeting arranged by the first lady of Afghanistan, Rula Ghani, that has garnered the most attention.
“Thank you First Lady Ghani for introducing us to this group of women,” Haley tweeted. “Today in Afghanistan, more girls are going to school & women are serving their government & starting businesses. They’re using the power of their voices to create a brighter future for their country.”
The misguided women who marched this weekend know nothing of oppression, nor are they accomplishing anything of substance like the great women Haley met. However, if Hanoi Jane and her cronies are truly interested in learning a thing or two about what it means to be persecuted for their gender, there are a number of countries to which they could travel in order to gain a first-hand perspective on gender inequality. Afghanistan is one of them.