Women’s March: BOOB Morphs into ‘The Summer of Rage’

Pro-abortion men and women protested the potential overturning Roe v. Wade. The event was called “Bans Off Our Bodies Day of Action for Abortion Rights.” Shortened, the moniker is “Bans Off Our Bodies,” meaning the acronym is BOOB. Really?

Americans received a wake-up call on Sunday. These events were just the beginning. The Women’s March officially launched the Summer of Rage. Event organizers promised that the protesters would be “ungovernable”, too.

“For the women of this country, this will be a summer of rage,” Rachel Carmona, president of Women’s March, said. “We are not able to govern ourselves until our government works for us. Until the assaults on our bodies stop and the rights to abortion become law, we will remain ungovernable.

The Senate took up Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-N.Y.) extremist bill that put absolutely no restrictions on abortion, and it failed spectacularly. Even Sen. Joe Manchin, a pro-life Democrat from West Virginia, voted with all the Republican senators against the bill.

Summer of Rage, a spin-off of 2020’s Summer of Love moniker is called. Do you remember the destruction and death caused in protests across the nation by George Floyd’s death? Jenny Durkan (lefty Seattle Mayor) called these protests “the Summer of Love.” The protests started out peacefully but quickly turned violent, causing destruction and chaos. The summer of 2020 wasn’t like the hippies at Woodstock, it was more like the Hell’s Angels at Altamont.

The angry mobs of pro -abort men and women may have an issue branding their names with the BOOB acronym and “The Summer of Rage.” This doesn’t seem to win anyone’s hearts. It may sound badass to hardcore activists, but it is inciting violence for the rest of us.

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