A "super spreader" event has hit Washington D.C.
No, we're not talking about a MAGA rally.
Thousands of women are participating in the 2020 Women's March against President Trump and his Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney-Barrett.
Pictures and videos show thousands of women shoulder-to-shoulder marching through the streets.
Will the media call this a "super spread" event?
The signs and chants are vulgar.
This is nothing new.
See more of their disturbing behavior, including a tense clash with a pro-Amy Coney-Barrett crowd below:
The super spreader Women's March also clashed with pro-Amy Coney Barrett crowds in Washington D.C.
Multiple sources described the scene as "tense."
As of this reporting, no violence has yet broken out between the groups.
The Women's March is promoting vulgar signs and chants, including "President Trump is an unstable penis."
If leftists can't beat you with arguments, they call you names!
We can't blame them...
It's very difficult to argue against President Trump's record of accomplishments!
If these were conservatives, the media would call this a "super spreader" event.
After all, we are in the middle of a pandemic, they would argue.
NPR confirms that thousands showed up for the Women's March:
Women's Marches are underway Saturday in Washington, D.C., and hundreds of cities across the country.
The latest iteration of the protest event — first held the day after President Trump's 2017 inauguration — comes as the Senate is moving toward a confirmation vote on the president's third Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
The controversial election-year nomination is expected to be a central focus during this year's events, motivating rallies and marches throughout the day. If confirmed, Barrett would succeed the feminist icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a champion of gender equality during her nearly three-decade-long tenure on the court.
Saturday's tent-pole event in Washington was permitted for 10,000 attendees. Organizers said that in total, some 380 events were planned throughout the country.
With Election Day now less than a month away, mobilizing the women's vote is among this year's themes alongside other women's rights issues.
You would think that the Women's March would be happy that President Trump nominated a WOMAN to the Supreme Court!
But of course... the Women's March has nothing to do with feminism.
It's merely an arm of the Democratic party.
CBS News also confirms that the Women's March was hosted in the middle of a deadly pandemic:
Demonstrators gathered in Washington, D.C. on Saturday for the second Women's March of the year. Although the fourth annual Women's March occurred earlier this year, today's event was organized in honor of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A rally began midday, followed by a march to the United States Capitol. It will conclude at the National Mall with a "socially distant text-banking telethon" with the goal of sending five million messages to encourage people to vote, according to the website for the march.
Reproductive rights active Sonja Spoo said in a speech ahead of the march that it had been a "hard and painful past several years," but that this demonstration was a "repudiation" of the president and his politics.
"Donald Trump is leaving office and there is no choice for him - it is our choice - and we are voting him out come November 3," Spoo said.
The first Women's March was held on the day after President Trump's inauguration in 2017 to protest the new administration. Millions of women gathered for that first march.
"We saw the power when millions of us joined in the streets together the day after Trump's inauguration. We need to bring that same power and determination to October 17 to cap off Trump's presidency just the way it started - with massive, women-led resistance," the Women's March website said.
Saturday's march is intended to commemorate Ginsburg's legacy but also to protest Mr. Trump's choice to replace her on the Supreme Court, Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Democrats worry that Barrett would rule with the other conservative justices on the court and vote to overturn Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act. Barrett's nomination will be taken up by the Senate next week.
Will the media use the same standard they do on conservatives?
Will they report this as a "super spreader" event?
For some reason...
We doubt it.