Congressman John Lewis is a civil rights icon, famously known for marching in Selma with Martin Luther King, for being beaten and arrested, for having never stopped fighting for equal rights before the law for every person in America.
Congressman Lewis was asked in recent days what he thought about the imminent inauguration of the man who would be President.
Congressman Lewis declared that this man is no legitimate president, and he would not attend his “Inauguration.”
Nor shall I.
Nor will I watch or listen to a word of what this man from the golden tower on Fifth Avenue has to say at his so-called Inauguration.
But I’ll be in Washington the very next day afterwards.
I will join women from across the nation who shall protest this man’s legitimacy as President and how he hopes to mislead a nation from this nation’s promise of equal rights for all and the constitutional obligation to promote the general welfare. Continue reading