Social Justice Warriors clearly enjoy protesting a whole lot more than they like being productive citizens, unlike the rest of us who have to actually earn a living.
But the precious snowflakes need energy to sustain their shrill yelps for women’s rights and marching through the streets. To the rescue comes a new “She Persisted” energy bar, developed by chef and blogger Lentine Alexis of uber-liberal Mother Jones. It’s also known as the “Superseed Energy Bar” or the “bar for making change.”
The idea for the name came from Mitch McConnell’s recent slap-down of looney Sen.Elizabeth Warren, when she was shunned from the Senate floor. “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted” — quickly became a refrain for the resistance.
The “She Persisted” Bar Will Give You Energy to Protest https://t.co/20LiQjBdaG
— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) March 11, 2017
According to Heather Dockray from Mashable:
The “She Persisted” energy bar includes ingredients you’ll probably eat with resentment, including pumpkins seeds, sesame seeds, bee pollen, medjool dates, rolled oats and chia seeds. They’re the kind of ingredients you buy when you decide to “go healthy” after a period of prolonged sadness, then immediately throw into the back of your cabinet, never to be seen again.
If you’re a SJW with kids, no worries there either. Heatst.com reports on a new “‘Socially Aware’ Babysitting Club Lets Liberal Parents Go Protest While Kids Learn Ways of The Left.”
Have you ever wanted to attend a mass protest, serve on a feminist panel, or lecture an unsuspecting group of tourists about the gender spectrum only to discover that you can’t get a babysitter on short notice? Well, fear not—at least, fear not if you’re a resident of the greater Washington, DC, area. “Woke babysitting” a new “activism-oriented babysitting community” is here to step in to care for your progressive tots while you practice social justice out in the community.
Food and daycare for leftists – all they need now is a place to sleep that takes gender bias into consideration and their days of protesting can proceed unhindered.