This is just embarrassing for Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn

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It saddens me to have to write this article. It saddens me because I like to see women empower other women. It is the way things should be. The last thing that is needed is to see women tear down other women. But that is what’s happening.

They should book them! This was the battle cry from a woman who would not if asked, be able to define feminism. Senator Marsha Blackburn, from Tennessee, is demanding that the peaceful protesters be thrown in prison. She claims the protesters are showing “force and intimidation.”

Of course, Mad Marsha doesn’t seem to have any problems with the January 6 terrorist attack — where not only force and intimidation was shown but murder and death. I’m particularly sad to see when women do this kind of thing; women should support other women. Things work out better when they do.

These protesters have been peaceful and quiet — a far cry from January 6. Blackburn has proven herself to be an enemy of her sex. Never forget her truly evil behavior in the Supreme Court hearings. Blackburn is no friend to women.

As much anguish as it obviously causes Blackburn, the protesters will not be put in jail because this is America, and we have the right to our freedoms and to protest peacefully.

If the Tennessee Senator doesn’t like that, I have an alternative solution to fix what ails her. She could leave! Perhaps she would be happier in North Korea. Perhaps Russia would be the best spot for her. I say this because she hates certain aspects of America — its best aspects.

   

And she is making that known by looking down her political nose at — women. Rather than be the protector, she is being the abuser. Blackburn is the enemy of women, and that is a tragedy.

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