I found the tweet below, referring to last weekend's women's march in Washington, via a link on Instapundit this morning. Regrettably, the picture accompanying it is, at best, not safe for work; personally, I found it disgusting. I'm not prepared to post it here. If you'd like to see it, follow either of the links above.
Can you imagine how the women in these other countries must feel? Watching us parade ourselves around in the nations capital, wearing vagina costumes with our nice, clean clothes underneath, drinking our clean, bottled water, with a stomach full of food, while protesting how horrible our lives are. Meanwhile they've had their babies ripped from them, while we're screaming for the right to kill ours. They can't even feel parts of their body because it's been mutilated to keep them from feeling sexual pleasure, while we're screaming about our "sexual health" being threatened. We're walking up and down the streets screaming profanities towards men, when they would be executed on the spot for simply trying to speak in the presence of a man, or make their voices heard. What an embarrassment we've become.
The author isn't joking about how women are treated in such societies. Even after the so-called 'Arab Spring' uprisings, sexual violence by men against women remains predominant (do a search on Google for yourself, if you like). I've traveled in a number of countries where female genital mutilation is common, and I've seen at first hand how women are treated there. The feminist idiots parading themselves around Washington last weekend have no idea what violence against women really means.
I'm forced to wonder whether the progressive left in this country are under the impression that if enough of them scream at the top of their voices against President Trump, for long enough, they can provoke an 'Arab Spring'-type uprising here, and topple him from power. If so, they're sadly deluded . . . but they won't stay that way for long. There are a lot of us - probably a lot more of us than of them - who value our constitutional republic, and intend to ensure that it remains intact. They see a lot of people in the streets, screaming and shouting and beating and burning and breaking things, as 'speaking truth to power'. We see it as 'a target rich environment', particularly when their beating and burning and breaking things spills over onto us and our families and our possessions; and many of us are well equipped to make it so. They might want to take that into account in their future plans . . .