20 January 2017

Pres. Trump Gets All-Out Support From GSUSA

Girl Scouts of USA
Support for U.S. President-elect Donald Trump are pouring in ahead of his inauguration on 20 January. Various artists have confirmed their participation, while civic organizations and civil society groups hailed the term of the 45th President as a period of renewal and progress for all legal American residents.

Even the Girl Scouts of USA (GSUSA) were ecstatic to join the inaugural parade. The organization have pursued their quest to be recognized as one of the participants as early as two months ago, when the American voters decided to drop the depressing agenda of the liberals for a more vibrant and progressive platform of the conservatives.

In a statement posted on its websites, GSUSA expressed their jubilant participation to the disappointed faces of 'snowflakes' and 'fairy dusters.'

"On Friday, January 20, approximately 75 Girl Scouts from the Nation's Capital council will voluntarily march in the 2017 Presidential Inaugural Parade, as the council has done over the past 100 years," it reads. "As part of this unique experience, these girls will gain insight into the time-honored democratic tradition of a peaceful transition of power. Then, the very next day, Saturday, January 21, women and girls, including Girl Scouts, from across the country will descend on Washington to participate in the Women's March and similar events in communities across the country."

The statement continues, "At Girl Scouts, our Movement is made up of individuals who hold political beliefs and convictions as varied as our nation itself. And because every girl has a home at Girl Scouts, every girl in our Movement is allowed her own ideas, opinions, beliefs, and political ideology. Our fundamental value is empowering girls to be leaders in their own lives ... Of course, we are a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that by law cannot take positions on political candidates or parties — and we take this very seriously."

In addition, a Girl Scouts spokesperson tells Yahoo Beauty, "We are a girl-led organization. Girl Scouts are voluntarily marching in both the 2017 Presidential Inaugural Parade, and the Women’s March on Washington and similar events in communities across the country. All girl participation is voluntary, and the girls choose what they do and do not participate in."

Aside from the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts will also join the Inauguration Day festivities. Again, these are all biological girls and boys, who do not have any questions and doubts about their sexuality. These children know who they are, biologically, and do not suffer from any mental defects.