Longtime liberal activists thought she could just crash John Bolton’s Speech but the crowd wasn’t having it. As she shouted out misinformation they corrected her every step of the way!
According to The Gateway Pundit, “Code Pink masqueraded as a peace group for years – But they really just hate the US and hate Trump.
So, on Monday, Code Pink founder Medea Benjamin interrupted an event with White House National Security Advisor John Bolton.
Medea paraded around the room with a banner defending the terrorist regime in Iran. This is a regime that funds wars all over the Middle East, threatens its neighbors and imprisons any dissidents who speak out against their evil ways. Medea Benjamin and Code Pink support this blood-thirsty regime.
But Medea Benjamin did not expect the crowd to start shouting back!”
As Written By Human Events:
The women call themselves Code Pink: Women for Peace. But don’t be fooled by all the theatricality of the ladies in pink. Behind the deceptive façade of stagy protests and moral outrage, the women running Code Pink are serious and very radical political activists. They subscribe in varying degrees to strands of Marxist, neo-Marxist, and progressive left-wing thought, and their ideas belong to a long and complex history of radical politics going back to the early Bolsheviks. As I pointed out in my book, The Politics of Peace: What’s Behind the Anti-War Movement?, the leadership of the current anti-Iraq war movement is an outgrowth of the old Communist Party and of Communist splinter groups that emerged in reaction to Stalinism. The women who lead Code Pink are in that tradition.
Of course, Code Pink describes itself as a “grassroots peace and social justice movement.” It was founded in November 2002 as the U.S. was about to topple Saddam Hussein, but more generally, it has aimed to coordinate feminist protests against George W. Bush and the War on Terror. The group is not just anti-Bush and anti-war, however. It is anti-everything about America — against the U.S. economic system, against U.S. foreign and domestic policies and against the American culture of “racism” and “sexism.”
Code Pink’s leaders are not pacifists — they are revolutionaries. They are not devoted to peace — they are dedicated to political turmoil. They are not even feminists in the ordinary sense of that term.