On TheBlaze Radio's "Pure Opelka" Tuesday night, host Mike Opelka and his guest, Dr. Helen Smith from PJ Media, analyzed the upcoming "A Day Without a Woman" campaign set for Wednesday. The event, which encourages women to go on a one-day work strike, is an outgrowth of the popular anti-Donald Trump Women's March that occurred nationwide the day after the president's inauguration.
During the on-air conversation, Smith highlighted what she termed the "invisible men" out there, the men who Americans count on every day and without whom the country would cease to function.
"They're your gardeners, they're your doctors ... they're working on the power lines," Smith adding that if men didn't show up to work, we wouldn't have anything.
Smith lamented that there isn't as much acknowledgement for the work that men do: "I think people are so busy looking at what women need, and what women want, that they forgotten that there's a lot of men out there who work every day to make the lives of people ... better."