Women’s March

Denver ‘Womxn’s March’ Scrubs Website of Secret Service Agent’s ‘Leadership’ Role 

Sources: Agent who decried taking 'a bullet' for Trump helped organize the march while on government payroll 

women's marchWhile the Democratic National Committee and other liberal organizations are dropping their affiliation with the Women's March on Washington over allegations of antisemitism, a separate women's march in Denver is distancing itself from one of its controversial leaders. The Denver "Womxn's March," set to take place Saturday, has scrubbed its website of any mention of Kerry O'Grady, the senior Secret Service agent who decried taking "a bullet" for President Trump on Facebook the month before he was elected president.

When Condemning Anti-Semitism Is Just Too Much

The fall of the Women's March, and the virus infecting progressivism

(L-R) Bob Bland, Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez, and Tamika MalloryOn January 21, 2017, the day after Donald Trump's inauguration, millions of people took to the streets across the country to protest the 45th president and support a host of progressive causes. The Women's March, as the protests were called, became a broader, unified movement of the political left, and the darling of so many in the media and Democratic politicians who called for resistance against societal "oppression" in the age of Trump.

Secret Service Agent Who Decried Taking ‘a Bullet’ for Trump Helps Organize ‘Womxn’s’ March

Sources: O'Grady told agents she escaped discipline, will leave after reaching retirement milestone

The senior Secret Service agent who said she did not want to take "a bullet" for President Trump and was removed from her leadership post nearly two years ago is helping organize a "Womxn's" March on Denver January 19th as a member of the event's executive leadership team, according to the march's website.