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Undercover conservatives find the #DayWithoutaWoman gathering was more about anti-capitalism
Steven Crowder goes undercover as "Stephanie" to the #DayWithoutaWoman gathering.

Undercover conservatives find the #DayWithoutaWoman gathering was more about anti-capitalism

Radio show host and conservative YouTube star Steven Crowder is at it once again, as he and his producer "Not Gay Jared" once again donned disguises and went undercover at the #DayWithoutaWoman" gathering in Dallas.

After much of the mainstream media had made the #DayWithoutaWoman event to be a massive deal, Crowder and Jared decided to once again don the personas of Stephanie and Janelle - two transgendered "women" - and see what it was all about. Crowder and Jared have become these characters before to go undercover during the Women's March.

What they found was a group of people that were protesting for many things, but feminism wasn't one of them.

As one of the participants told "Stephanie," this gathering particular was "ditching the capitalism, hetero-normativity, the transphobia, the cis-sexism that was so rampant with the women's march."

As Crowder spoke to participants, and attended speeches, it was clear that the movement was more associated with socialism and communism than it was with women's rights. One woman even explained to Crowder that the reason they were wearing red was because it was more closely associated with the colors of communism. Even USA Today was told that red "has a history of being associated with the labor movement."

All in all, the #DayWithoutaWoman gathering was indeed a day without a woman's issue being focused on. Instead, much of it was focused on ancillary issues such as the transgender movement, and how capitalism keeps many groups down.

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