The natural media stories are now about the energy of women’s groups against the slights they feel they received from the Right and the Republicans in US Senate, including Senator Collins of Maine…
The BIG question though is….
Will those women come out and VOTE against those they feel have ignored their concerns?
It will change NOTHING to just be mad and protest…
Legislative power is the key for change in America….
Advocates for sexual assault survivors and women’s rights, who mobilized against Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, are now turning their energy to the November midterms and beyond.
The groups gained national attention over the past month with their protests in Washington, D.C., and around the nation, personally confronting senators and sparking mass arrests at the Capitol.
Even though the Senate confirmed Kavanaugh on Saturday afternoon, the groups now hope to harness their influence to elect congressional candidates and press for legislation on Capitol Hill.
“There’s no question that the energy from this moment will relate to the energy that we will all see in November,” Fatima Goss Graves, president and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center, told The Hill.
Graves said the protesters’ objectives were broader than just electing Democrats.
“Anyone who covers for abuse, anyone who is not interested in changing the institutions that cover for abuse, will find themselves vulnerable,” she said…..