Instead Of Abandoning Her Post For "A Day Without A Woman," Ivanka Trump SHOWS UP And Says THIS

March 08, 2017Mar 08, 2017

Today is International Women's Day, and the left has tried to organize it into a day protesting President Trump and all that he stands for. Calling it "A Day Without A Woman," pro-abortion pushers have urged women to abandon their posts for the day, including caring for their children.

The Christian Post shares some of the main tenets of the protest: "Among the issues being promoted by A Day Without a Woman (which is being held on International Women's Day) is 'solidarity with the sex workers' rights movement,' abortion, 'gender justice for two-spirit and gender nonconforming people' and the belief that motherhood is 'the number one predictor of poverty.'"

The goal is to stick it to the man and show just how important women are. But in doing so, so many posts are being left unattended, and it's hurting society.

Schools around the country have had to shut down today because teachers were striking. But one mom brought up the point to her school district that this is really only hurting women who have to work and can't afford childcare. 

"The only people who are going to be affected by this are women -- poor women who cannot afford to miss wages or pay for day care."

But Ivanka Trump is not following the left's lead. Instead, she is showing up at her job and celebrating IWD with grace and class. 


Other women resonated with Ivanka's post. 



Many are asking, what is so bad about being a woman in America? Fox News shares this statement from Concerned Women of America, who think the complaints about being a female in America are largely unwarranted:

“The U.S. has the highest proportion of women in senior management positions (43 percent) of any country in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (women comprise 47 percent of the U.S. labor force); the U.S. was ranked eighth globally in gender equality by the World Economic Forum; 24 percent of working American women are in professional fields (compared to only 16 percent of working American men); 46 percent of American firms are owned or co-owned by women."

What do you think about the left's "A Day Without A Woman"? Share your thoughts in the Comments! Thank you!