18 January 2017

Women Knit Pink "Dunce Hat" Against Trump

Pink Dunce Hat
Liberals, crybabies, snowflakes, illegals and criminals will try to band and find some deceptive ways to fill the National Mall in Washington with pink the day after Donald Trump is inaugurated as U.S. president.

For two months, Krista Suh and Jayna Zweiman have called on people around the world to make 1.17 million pink "pussyhats," or maybe it should have been named dunce hats, for those attending the Women's March, a rally on 21 January organized with hopes of bringing attention to their petty need for self assurance.

According to the two women, the name of the hats comes partly from President-elect Trump's comments in an infamous 2005 tape that came to light during his campaign in which, discussing women, he said: "Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."

The statement was not taken seriously by most Americans because anybody with a sense in their brain knows that it's pure locker talk that everyone is entitled to have.

The hopeless project is meant to "create a sea of pink hats which is going to be a strong collective visual statement," Zweiman said. In short, to make the two women famous since nobody with self respect will grab and grope them even if they are in a maximum prison.

The women have asked volunteers around the world to help sew, crochet or knit pink hats with ears by using simple patterns available on the project's website. They say it is easier than knitting a scarf, the typical starter project for novices. As expected, those who responded are not worth looking as well.

"It's a rectangle folded in half, stitched up the sides and when you put it on your round head, these ears come out," said Zweiman, surrounded by unattractive women stitching away at a knitting store.

Marchers can get a dunce hat by contacting a maker through an online distribution system, through social media or at sites in Washington. They can also put bells around it to make it officially a dunce hat.