Monthly Archives: September 2017
An Open Letter to Attorney General Sessions
September 14, 2017 by Carrie K. Hutchens
Dear Attorney General Sessions:
It’s been a very long 9 years! Sometimes I wasn’t sure we’d make it until January 20, 2017 intact. Other times I wasn’t sure we had. There were actual violent riots – not protests. There were people seeking to undermine the election via long-shot technicalities they’d discovered in the system. And when that didn’t work… other attempts were made to DE-legitimize the election. It was a continual roller coaster ride to Inauguration Day, but even then – it didn’t stop.
Women with little pink hats decided to march. Some of the vulgarity and hate seen that day was beyond belief. Women disrespecting women claiming to be marching on behalf of women, was the irony of the day. Well, maybe not.
We learned that Linda Sarsour was one of the organizers of the pink hat march. You know… the woman that seems to believe in Sharia Law. A law that disrespects women.
Rasmea Odeh, another organizer of the women’s march was a convicted terrorist.
Donna Hylton, convicted in a murder-torture case, was a featured speaker at one of the marches.
And where were the pink hat women?
Gleefully following their new found leaders to the women’s rights slaughter house. A slaughter house that would strip them from any rights they think they have or would wish to have. Such irony.
Mr. Sessions, I bet you are wondering what this has to do with you.
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