Media Promoted Spokane Women’s March

A very special lady in pink got media praise for rescuing the Progressive Spokane Women’s March. The Heroine is filmed wearing an Indivisible movement sign and is a representative who companions with PJALS according to KXLY also verified in a 2009 newspaper article.

Moveon.Org and Indivisible.Org are responsible for creating an effective Alt Left network whereby Social Justice Activists can Intersect for organized protests such as the highly acclaimed Anti-Trump Women’s March. Okay the photos of the protest signs obviously gave it away too, but the coffee baristas were busy no doubt and it put some sorely needed money in downtown businesses who might have been open on Sunday. Do hit the links and learn.

Here’s the Cathy McMorris Rodgers message that won’t get played at the Spokane Women’s March Inlander.Com

A number of local progressives, already upset that McMorris Rodgers spoke at the Martin Luther King Jr. rally, were flummoxed by the decision to feature a Republican House leader speaking at an event that had been created, in part, to protest the Republican president.

Republican Congresswoman Disinvited from Women’s March Appearance

The Organizers follow an Alt Left Resistance Guide 

The Indivisible Guide says

Donald Trump is the biggest popular-vote loser in history to ever call himself President. In spite of the fact that he has no mandate, he will attempt to use his congressional majority to reshape America in his own racist, authoritarian, and corrupt image.

What is the link between one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors and the Women’s March? Turns out, it’s quite significant by Asra Q. Nomani 2017

To understand the march better, I stayed up through the nights this week, studying the funding, politics and talking points of the some 403 groups that are “partners” of the march. Is this a non-partisan “Women’s March”?



If you haven’t figured out that SJW’s get a free media pass by now, oh well.


6,000 strong, Spokane Women’s March exceeds expectations Spokesman Review

“We’re going the wrong direction,” she said of the country. “We’re not a democracy. We’re governed by special interests, and we have a despicable human in the White House.”

As the crowd grew, the line of people grew, too, further away from the park and onto the adjacent sidewalk. There, a small group of anti-abortion activists were gathered, holding graphic signs and a microphone.

There to drown them out was a make-shift “band” from the Peace and Justice Action League. Their members blew on horns, pounded on drums and shook tambourines.


When Spokane media promotes political events like these it tends to draw equally crazy counter groups like in the video below. PJALS is highly experienced in dealing with counter protesters and they did a spectacular job crowding out the hell fire street preachers with some loud music. Activists in Spokane are very organized and well financed with national and international connections. They are in charge of Spokane’s future and the city deserves them.

We leave you with probably the most honest assessment about the Women’s March.