It’s the 25th–not quite Christmas Day–but close enough to Halloween and the 12 day countdown to #Nov6, Election Day. I think it’s fair to say we’ve all gotten our share of scare. So, I’m dubbing this series the 12-Days of Make America Sane Again, #MASA.
Let’s start with the first Women’s March on January 21, 2017, one day after Trump’s inauguration into the White House. It was a worldwide movement, with marches in more than 75 countries.
Mark the powerful images that were a prelude to action. My vantage point of this powerful movement was downtown San Diego.
The two years following Trump taking office would steward in the #MeToo Movement, and it’s antithesis–Brett Kavanaugh’s lifetime confirmation to the United States’ highest court.
And as for real impact?
Checkout this New York Time’s Jaw-Dropper:
Moreover, women are now running for office in unprecedented numbers in the 2018 midterms, finding their voice, and searching for an active role in government.
“This is not just a curiosity. It’s not an interesting number or statistic. It’s historic,” said Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.), one of two dozen female lawmakers elected to the House in 1992 for the first time. “This year a lot of unspoken but tough walls, I think, have come tumbling down.” —Politico
POTUS may be touting #MAGA but women are touting #MASA in masses!