Glamour's Women of the Year Snubs Conservative Women
Glamour's 2017 Women of the Year Awards showcased not a single Republican or conservative woman, and it was not for a lack of female conservative trailblazers this year.
Kellyanne Conway was the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign. Sarah Sanders is the first mother to serve as White House press secretary. Also snubbed was Republican ambassador to the United Nations and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley.
Instead, included on the list were late night comedian Samantha Bee, the organizers of the Women's March, and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), who got the lifetime achievement award.
Waters, who has repeatedly called for President Trump's impeachment "has long wielded her unapologetically laser-sharp tongue—surgical in its precision, devastating in its impact—in service of her progressive politics,” Glamour wrote.
The Women's March organizers, or "revolutionaries," as the magazine dubbed them, "gathered to express their rage that the white patriarchy had won again."
One of the March leaders, Linda Sarsour, has endorsed Sharia law and female genital mutilation.
"They are showing us how to lead in love," Glamour stated.