Little girls appearing to be no older than 11 are currently “protesting” at a women’s march in Souther California by holding up signs and screaming things such as “F*ck Donald Trump! He’s stupid!”
Apparently, this is what counts as parenting to liberals.
See for yourself in these clips that are going viral of the young girls at the protest:
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CNN had the following to say on the "best signs" seen at the women's march:
"A woman's place is in the resistance," "Females are strong as hell" and "Without Hermione, Harry would've died in book 1" are among the thousands of protest signs being held at the fourth annual Women's March taking place around the country Saturday.
While the reasons why people are participating vary, President Donald Trump has been a core source of frustration for many, including Rachael Ryan in New York City. Ryan joined roughly 3,000 other people Saturday near Central Park to stand against the President.
"These protests are hugely important. We cannot have four more years of Trump. He has done too much damage already," Ryan told CNN on Twitter.
Ryan spotted a group of protesters in New York holding signs that read: "My milkshake brings all the girls to the MARCH," "Feminism: the radical notion that women are people" and "Girls just wanna have fundamental rights."
Another common theme seen on protest signs around the US was reproductive rights. Linda Webb saw many signs in that vein in St. Louis.
"We will stand up [for] women's rights and equality! HUGE crowd. So many young women here who are fighting for their future," Webb tweeted.
Webb snapped two photos of women in St. Louis holding signs that read, "My body my choice," "Who run the world" GIRLS" and "No sign is big enough to list all the reasons I'm here."
The Orange County Register gave more details on why the march is happening in SoCal:
The chants, signs and energy were on par with the past three years, even if the crowds for Women’s March 2020, held Saturday, Jan. 18, didn’t match the turnout of previous Southern California events.
Still, for many organizers and participants, size wasn’t the point.
In their view, the fourth annual Women’s March — in which the rallies in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties were just part of an international event that included more than 250 gathering points in communities as diverse as Boise, Idaho and Oslo, Norway — was simply the kickoff of to a contentious 2020 election season.
“It’s a reminder for people who feel the same way and want to see change happen in Washington,” said Sherman Oaks resident Dwayne Jones, 46, who took part in the march in downtown Los Angeles, which drew tens of thousands of participants.
“We’re going to continue to speak out and make sure people are voting.”
Indeed, the rallies Saturday — though technically non-partisan and aimed at highlighting issues related to climate, immigration and reproductive rights — served as vibrant get-out-the-vote efforts.
In Santa Ana, where Women’s March Orange County was held, the theme was “march today, vote tomorrow,” according to keynote speaker Rep. Katie Porter, D-Irvine.
It’s a strategy that’s already worked once, Porter added.
“We took the power of the Women’s March to the polls,” Porter told a friendly crowd of about 12,000 in Santa Ana, referring to how the events of 2017 and ’18 boosted turnout that drove huge Democratic gains in the 2018 midterms.
“When we have the courage to organize, to speak up, and to fight back, we have the power to make real change to move our country forward,” she added.