I Didn’t March Because I’m an Overwhelmingly Displaced Black Woman
Ezinne Ukoha

The Women’s March was lavishly funded by the DNC and do not forget the keynote speakers included that famous representative of phylum Agnatha: Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The message was: we are butt hurt because the Uterus of Wall Street failed to cheat well enough to win the election the way she “won” the nomination.

My absentee ballot for Jill Stein was sent directly to the shredder, of this I have no doubt. Those of us who left the Democratic Party in disgust after the debacle of the phony nomination and unbridled cheating in every state are told we are “naive” and we “don’t understand how the sausage is made.” Working and unemployed poor people are left with a turd on their plate instead of the sausage yet again.

What you saw was a lot of butt hurt Hillary supporters going for one last grab at some vindication. I’m in the Netherlands and I didn’t even know about a “march” nor would I have attended. I just ignored it and went about my business of survival and waiting for the boom to land on us over here as it will… no matter which of the oligarchs had won.

When I want to find out about what is really going on in America, I watch Tim Black on You Tube or the Jimmy Dore Show.

Beautifully talented Ezinne Ukoha, of the pure heart and courageous spirit,you give me hope that young people are waking up to what is really going on. I would not presume to wish that you were my daughter because I would have been a horrible mother and never had the kind of money to purchase a designer Black kid the way the current fashion seems to be leading some film stars and celebrities.

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