Women Congress members wearing white attend President Trump’s State of the Union address at the US Capitol on February 5, 2019. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images


IT’S JUST MY OPINION but- I am still dumbfounded by the stoic demeanor by the people in white at the State of the Union address given February 5, 2019 by our President, Donald J Trump. I write specifically when the President spoke of not supporting abortions, end term abortions; every human in the world should have celebrated this unless Satan was their father. I don’t want to write about that, what can anyone who values life say?

I was looking at a meme of the “ladies in white” which was quickly produced on Social Media. The Democrat female Congressional women chose to wear all white at the State of the Union. Apparently, they did this in support of the Suffragette movement, I thought they were validating my opinion that the Democrats continue to enslave people. Did you notice any men dressed in White?

A key focus in the Suffragette Movement was a womans’ right to vote. It is important for the reader to understand women were not voting during this time thus they really were not registered with any particular party HOWEVER, Susan B Anthony affiliated with the Republican party. And it was the Republican party not the Democrats that solidified the passing of the 19th Amendment passed on August 18, 1920.

Women Congress members wearing white attend President Trump’s State of the Union address at the US Capitol on February 5, 2019. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

“At the request of Susan B. Anthony, Sen. A.A. Sargent, a Republican from California, introduced the 19th Amendment in 1878. Sargent’s amendment (also known as the Susan B. Anthony Amendment) was defeated four times by a Democrat-controlled Senate. When the Republican Party regained control of Congress in 1919, the Equal Suffrage Amendment finally passed the House in May of that year and in the Senate in June.” (SUFFRAGE- Women in the GOP )

One would think a person who is smart enough to be elected to Congress would be smart enough to embrace the political principles of conservatism which includes being able to think as an independent being.

Putting things into more perspective: let’s throw in a bit of Black History. In 1865 the 13th Amendment was passed banning slavery except in the case of criminals who could be place in servitude. In 1868 the 14th Amendment was passed making Black people citizens both those born in this country and those naturalized Americans. In 1870 the 15th Amendment was passed giving Black men the right to vote. A lot of time passed between the 15th Amendment and the 19th, what was the Democrat party doing

Where was the men of the Democrat party when all this was happening? Where they busy exploiting men and women? Where they sharecroppers by day and keeping Black people in line at night by dressing in white? Was it not the Democrats who resisted civil rights?

Someone has to remember what really happened in America. As adults we can not trust the images that are portrayed especially not the pseudo-pure women dressed in white during the State of the Union. For the most part it was women aligned with Republican thinking that supported women’s rights not Democrat women who supported WHITE PRIVILEGES.

I often ask: Where are the men? I could be wrong but this is what I see: Democrat men distance themselves and let “the women” do whatever it is they feel the need to do and then they carry out the real agenda. Liberal men “allow” their women to: get their hair done, max out the credit card on a new outfit, wear a pink hat on their head and yell like an idiot, and wear white to the State of the Union address. They will even let the women abort their babies (probably because they don’t want these women to be the mother of their children).

The display of solidarity at the State of the Union by the liberal women in white and their refusal to celebrate America’s good news just prove: the only thing they care about is their own privileges.

-written by Marsha L F Randolph You know this is just my opinion. You may not agree with what I have written but let’s not be disagreeable.