American Girl Scouts Tweet About ACB…Then Walk it Back

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The Girl Scouts posted a picture of all the women Supreme Court Justices that have been confirmed which included conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett. This led to liberals bashing the posts and the Girl Scouts ultimately caved to the mob and deleted the content.

Girl Scouts Bow Before the Mob

Bowing to the mob of angry leftists is a common theme in modern American society. Republicans took to social media to show their disgust in the situation.

Robert P. George wrote:

“Kappa Delta sorority congratulates ACB, one of their own members, then when the Woke mob howls they withdraw it. The Girl Scouts note her achievement alongside the other four female justices, then when the mob howls THEY withdraw it. Why fear these bullies? Stand up to them.”

Conformity of Thought is What is Sought

Many pointed out that this is sending a message to young girls that their accomplishments only matter if they subscribe to a certain mindset. It shows them that if you accomplish great things, it shouldn’t hold any significance if you have conservative values.

On Wednesday, the Girls Scouts posted on Twitter and Facebook an image showing the five women who have served as justices on the high court which included Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Barrett.

“Congratulations Amy Coney Barrett on becoming the 5th woman appointed to the Supreme Court since its inception in 1789,” the post said.

The post was replicated on the group’s Facebook page, followed by a note saying, “Girl Scouts of the USA is a nonpolitical, nonpartisan organization.”

“We are neither red nor blue, but Girl Scout GREEN. We are here to lift up girls and women.”

“If you would like to debate partisan politics—keep scrolling,” the Girl Scouts tweet added.

ACB’s Confirmation Sent Democrats Spinning

The Senate confirmed Barrett very closely to the presidential election which has sent Democrats into a tailspin.

The Girl Scouts Twitter account later Wednesday evening posted a new tweet, which said, “Earlier today, we shared a post highlighting the five women who have been appointed to the Supreme Court. It was quickly viewed as a political and partisan statement which was not our intent and we have removed the post.”

“Girl Scouts of the USA is a nonpolitical, nonpartisan organization. We are neither red nor blue, but Girl Scout GREEN. We are here to lift up girls and women,” the post said.

As tensions rise between the two parties, organizations are continuing to shun conservatives and back leftist mobs who want total domination of thought and conformity.

  1. Girl Scout Coal Award

    What a shameful
    Social commentary
    Now disheveled
    And truly scary
    When the honored organization
    Rightfully publicly congratulated
    Her confirmation to the Supreme Court,
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
    Then they nearly immediately apologized
    To the triggered who complained
    For no other reason than by them
    She is politically disdained.
    For surely Judge Barrett
    Is absolutely every bit
    As much a woman as the other four
    Whom were similarly congratulated
    Not so very long before?!
    They stated they were not red nor blue
    But proudly Girl Scout Green!
    And that is exactly how they should have
    Quelled those so “woke” and mean.
    Because that is the very message
    That American parents will rally to
    But failing to honor your convictions
    Will drive their kids away from you.
    Because all you’ve succeeded in doing
    Is successfully, undoubtedly proving
    That bullying does in fact work for bullies.
    Judge Barrett, like her four predecessors,
    Is imminently worthy of the Gold Award.
    But failing to stand by their own words
    Has earned the Girls Scouts of America… the “Coal Award”.

    This is the tweet that offended

    In 2019, the Girl Scouts praised Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor for breaking gender barriers in a tweet (above) that remains live.
    “Sandra Day O’Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor broke gender barriers in the nation’s highest court, but that’s only part of what makes them inspiring role models worth honoring,” the tweet said.

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