WEDNESDAY, MARCH 01, 2022
TRUMP’S SEVEN-HUNDRED-AND-SEVENTIETH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND THESE CONSERVATIVE WOMEN ARE REALLY BABE-O-LICIOUS
Happy Women’s Herstory Month, Little Ladies!
It’s hard to believe that Women’s History Month is nearly 3% gone, and so far The Whistleblower has only been able to mention a smidgen of the worthy women we had wished to honor, including all those floozies Jerry Springer would still like to boink, Black Women Victims about to be evicted from the bankrupt restaurants, resigned from Cincinnati City Council, Convicted Ditzy D-RAT Juvie Judges who served their sentences, Left-handed Lithuanian Lesbians, and young girls with Major Yabbos on Florida beaches during Spring Break.
Naturally, The Blower will surely get around to honoring Republican women during Women’s History Month, since the Republican Party is proud to have played a leading role in securing women’s right to vote. Hurley the Historian says when Susan B. Anthony defied the law and voted in 1872, she proudly voted for the Republican ticket. She and other suffragists worked with her friend Republican Senator A.A. Sargent to introduce the 19th Amendment. And it took a Republican Congress finally to pass it in 1919.
And although you’re not likely to hear it from any of those Biden* Boosters in the Press, Republicans continue to offer a positive agenda for America’s women, as they work to create more job opportunities, lighten the tax burden, and reduce the cost of healthcare. Conservative policy goals are driven by the desire to do what’s best for women—not by scoring cynical political points for free condoms, birth control pills, and abortions.
Now Let’s Compare Conservative Women With Liberal Women
This Is Your Official Women’s History Month E-dition. Any Other Women’s History Month E-dition You Might See Would Surely Be A Fake.