I admit that I’m confused by this.
MADISON, Wis. – Women across the country are preparing to march on the nation’s Capitol, including thousands from Wisconsin.
The “Women’s March on Washington” is planned for Saturday, Jan. 21 following the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump from near the U.S. Capitol on a route near the National Mall.
Organizers have said that the march is not against Trump or the legitimacy of his election, but to bring focus to women’s issues.
“We want to send a message to the incoming administration and to the sitting members of congress that we also want to be heard,” Wisconsin organizer Jessica Hughes said. “We want to know that the promises that were made to bring this country back together are being followed.”
For the past few elections, including the one last month, more women have voted than men. most exit polls show that roughly 52% of the voters who voted in the November election were women. I’d say that women are “heard” just fine. They are, in fact, the single largest voting bloc in the nation. What makes these women think that they aren’t being heard?