Women’s Rights Anniversary Marked in Very Different Ways

Women's Rights Anniversary Marked in Very Different Ways

(NewsReady.com) – August 18 was the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. In honor of the day, President Donald Trump issued a very special pardon. Democrats, meanwhile, had one of their most problematic members speak at the Democratic National Convention (DNC).

Trump celebrated the milestone by posthumously pardoning the leader of the suffrage movement, Susan B. Anthony, for illegally voting in 1872.

The president said “women dominate the United States,” during a speech at the White House where he lauded their accomplishments.

Later that evening, Democrats attended the second night of their virtual convention, where one of the headliners was none other than former President Bill Clinton. The same man who defiled the Oval Office with a sexual act. The Liberal leader who has been accused of visiting deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s “Pedophile Island.” That’s who they chose to have speak on a momentous day in women’s history.

The differences between Trump and the Democratic Party could not have been any starker than they were on Tuesday, August 18.

On November 3, all of the women who benefited from Susan B. Anthony’s sacrifices can cast a ballot. They’ll decide who they want as our next president. It’s between the man who pardoned the leader of the suffrage movement, or an ally of a man who abused his position of power to have an affair with an intern while he was president. Who will they choose?

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