Susan B. Anthony was found guilty by an all-male jury of illegal voting in 1872. She was fined $100 dollars, although history says she never paid it. On the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification, Trump announced that he was pardoning the iconic women’s rights activities and staunch pro-life supporter:
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 18, 2020
These past couple of decades feminists have fought with pro-life advocates over Anthony’s position on abortion, insisting that Anthony would have supported their ironic stance of disproportionately disenfranchising women of the individual agency of existence. I’m grateful Republicans were victorious over Democrats in supporting women’s right to vote.
I’ll discuss on the program today.
*UPDATE: The left is livid over the pardon
"I was deeply troubled to learn that Trump went ahead and treated her like a criminal,” From the Susan B. Anthony House, the lieutenant governor said they are demanding the president rescind his pardon. #ROC https://t.co/wLG9yPhzQB
— News 8 WROC (@News_8) August 18, 2020