Is this toxic masculinity or are they just showing their collective ass?

Mar 2012
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But that’s not what the pearls are about, according to Kimberly Morin, president of the Women’s Defense League of N.H., which has worn the pearls at gun-related hearings since 2016, starting at the hearing on a bill to allow concealed carry without a permit.

“At the hearing for constitutional carry in Reps Hall, three of us were dressed in business professional clothes, wearing pearls, and someone from Moms Demand said they wouldn’t testify because they felt they were in front of a firing squad,” Morin said. “So we’ve been wearing pearls in defense of women’s rights and the Women’s Defense League since then, because we are moms just like they are only on different sides.”

Members of the Women’s Defense League gave Gov. Chris Sununu a string of white pearls when he signed the concealed carry without a permit bill into law. Both sides came to the hearing with their symbols — strings of white pearls for opponents; red T-shirts for supporters — and both were well-represented by speakers and crowd support.

Lawmakers with pearl necklaces at hearing on 'red flag' bill stir social media
 
Jul 2011
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But that’s not what the pearls are about, according to Kimberly Morin, president of the Women’s Defense League of N.H., which has worn the pearls at gun-related hearings since 2016, starting at the hearing on a bill to allow concealed carry without a permit.

“At the hearing for constitutional carry in Reps Hall, three of us were dressed in business professional clothes, wearing pearls, and someone from Moms Demand said they wouldn’t testify because they felt they were in front of a firing squad,” Morin said. “So we’ve been wearing pearls in defense of women’s rights and the Women’s Defense League since then, because we are moms just like they are only on different sides.”

Members of the Women’s Defense League gave Gov. Chris Sununu a string of white pearls when he signed the concealed carry without a permit bill into law. Both sides came to the hearing with their symbols — strings of white pearls for opponents; red T-shirts for supporters — and both were well-represented by speakers and crowd support.

Lawmakers with pearl necklaces at hearing on 'red flag' bill stir social media



Wait that's completely different than what the op claims, no?
 
Mar 2012
58,014
39,561
New Hampshire
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Wait that's completely different than what the op claims, no?
Pearls are worn by pro second amendment people in the NH statehouse. Its a symbol from the Womens Defense league. They started it in 2015. Whenever there is a discussion of gun control or laws being discussed the pearls are worn by male and females. Red shirts are the symbol of gun control supporters. If there was a wide shot of yesterdays hearings, you would see lots of pearls worn and red shirts as well.
 
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But that’s not what the pearls are about, according to Kimberly Morin, president of the Women’s Defense League of N.H., which has worn the pearls at gun-related hearings since 2016, starting at the hearing on a bill to allow concealed carry without a permit.

“At the hearing for constitutional carry in Reps Hall, three of us were dressed in business professional clothes, wearing pearls, and someone from Moms Demand said they wouldn’t testify because they felt they were in front of a firing squad,” Morin said. “So we’ve been wearing pearls in defense of women’s rights and the Women’s Defense League since then, because we are moms just like they are only on different sides.”

Members of the Women’s Defense League gave Gov. Chris Sununu a string of white pearls when he signed the concealed carry without a permit bill into law. Both sides came to the hearing with their symbols — strings of white pearls for opponents; red T-shirts for supporters — and both were well-represented by speakers and crowd support.

Lawmakers with pearl necklaces at hearing on 'red flag' bill stir social media
Wut ....

You mean the OP is fake news and it really doesn't have any thing to do with evil men after all?

I'm shocked .......
 
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