Wednesday's HOT MIC
Amid much fanfare Monday, an army of SJWs set off on an epic 10-day march from Charlottesville to Washington, D.C., to "confront white supremacy."
According to a press release from the group, the march started with nearly 200 participants.
By Tuesday morning, though, their numbers had dwindled to only 35 marchers.
Today, it looks like their numbers decreased even more to around 25 marchers. (I'm being generous.)
Here, you can see an organizer lead the group in a chant, "Hey-hey! Ho-ho! White supremacy has got to go!"
Is it possible, based on these paltry numbers, that there just aren't that many people out there who really believe in their gut that "white supremacy" is such a huge problem and they need to march and chant about it for ten days straight?
As I noted in my piece, Coalition of Leftists to March From Charlottesville to D.C. to "Confront White Supremacy," the vast majority of Americans on both sides of the political spectrum -- including the president -- already condemn racism, Nazis and white supremacist groups. This entire exercise is just an excuse to virtue signal and push a far-left political agenda.