Lost in the build up to Super Bowl weekend, Sen. Elizabeth Warren was back on the warpath with her feminist sisterhood, declaring that women are tired of men stealing their ideas and will “march in pink p*ssy hats!”
The Massachusetts Democrat was speaking at the 15th Annie-versary! luncheon for liberal group Annie’s List Friday when she got caught up in the excitement of last year’s feminist anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington.
Ignoring a Wall Street Journal analysis of S&P 500 leaders that showed women CEOs earning an average of $13.8 million in 2016, compared to $11.6 million for men, Warren decried what is increasingly becoming a myth in America, gender pay gap.
“Women know what it’s like to get 75 cents on the dollar for doing the same jobs as their male coworkers, and to have good ideas that they put forward, and then those ideas get scooped up by some man who later decides it was his idea,” Warren said.
She continued to say women “know what it’s like to get talked over in meetings, passed over for promotions, and screwed over in salary negotiations.”
Nevertheless, we persist,” Warren said, becoming more animated. “We persist. We persist and we march! We march in pink pussy hats!”
“We march carrying hand-made signs,” Warren continued, in her best Howard Dean impression. “We march with our moms and our sisters and our daughters, and last year, we marched in the largest single day protest in the history of the entire world!”
“Yes! You bet we did!”
Yep, it would seem Pocahontas likes the limelight a little too much.
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