courtesy of the aging Politburo of Correct Feminist Thought who organized the March for Correct Women. These dunderheads are only proving that prolife feminism is the new punk rock by kicking around people like Aimee Christine Murphy, Destiny Herndon-de la Rosa and, now, Abby Johnson to make clear that the real menace is not a Misogynist Sex Predator-in-Chief like Donald Trump, but sisters guilty of Ungoodthink:
Abby Johnson and her group ‘And Then There Were None’ to Participate in Women’s March on Washington Despite Revocation of Event Partnership
Pro-Life Activist to Be a Voice for All Women Despite March Attempts to Silence Some
On Saturday, January 21, 2016 at 9:00 a.m in Washington, D.C., Abby Johnson, former abortion clinic worker turned pro-life activist and founder of ‘And Then There Were None’, will join other pro-life groups and leaders from across the country to make sure all women’s voices are heard, including women hurt by abortion and women in the womb, at the Women’s March on Washington. Johnson’s group, And Then There Were None was accepted as a partner in the Women’s March and listed on the website, but then were removed and told they are not welcome.In a statement, Abby said, “It is sad that a supposed “March for Women” is willing to exclude those who are pro-life. In particular, ‘And Then There Were None’ has first-hand knowledge concerning the struggles women face when walking through the doors of the abortion industry. We have over 330 members who have left the abortion industry and their voices deserve to be heard. To silence our experiences is detrimental to women and our rights. On the other hand, I suppose a group of former abortion clinic workers who can attest to the corruption of the abortion industry is a direct threat to several of their other partners, such as NARAL and Planned Parenthood. But no matter what – we will be there on Saturday morning, making sure that our voices are heard.”
Abby Johnson, Founder, And Then There Were None
Abby Johnson will stand for all women, including pro-life women, with activists and groups from across the country at the Women’s March on Washington.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. ET.
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