Christian. Patriot. Entrepreneur. Faced Feminazi wrath with grace and courage under fire.

When Feminazis followed the lead of Linda Sarsour, who promotes the brutalization of women, they wanted to buy pink yarn for their p*ssy hats.

Elizabeth Poe, the owner of “The Joy of Knitting”  said no. 

As an American citizen she exercised her constitutional right to express herself.

As an American business owner she exercised her “right to refuse service to anyone.”

As a Christian she stood up for what she believes is right.

The backlash she received from women who claim to care about other women and encourage them to have a voice was swift and severe. But Elizabeth didn’t cave.

Elizabeth has a book about her experience in the works.

When it’s published, we’ll be sure to get the word out. Meanwhile, to learn more about how she faced down the feminazi dragon, read the post published in IMOwired last year.  An excerpt:

Her facebook post went viral:

With the recent women’s march on Washington, I ask that you if you want yarn for any project for the women’s movement that you please shop for yarn elsewhere. The vulgarity, vile and evilness of this movement is absolutely despicable. That kind of behavior is unacceptable and is not welcomed at The Joy of Knitting. I will never need that kind of business to remain open. Two wrongs will never ever make it right.

As the owner of this business and a Christian, I have a duty to my customers and my community to promote values of mutual respect, love, compassion, understanding, and integrity. The women’s movement is counterproductive to unity of family, friends, community, and nation.

I do pray for these women. May the God work out His love in their hearts and continue to heal and unite Americans.

Elizabeth enjoys a lot of support from her community and her customer base. Give her a shout out below!

Sources/Links

IMOwired “This Is What a Powerful Woman Looks Like”

Joy of Knitting facebook page