Dear Editor: The front page of The Pilot (Jan. 21 edition) had the headline, "Women Rally for Unity." The article then goes on to describe how the Women's March was started, after President Trump was elected, as a protest against him.
Those marching this year were obviously keeping the protest against a lawfully elected President alive, given some of the signs and shouting that were noted in the article.
While these women and men in this Women's March have a right to march for whatever cause they choose, just where is the "unity" noted in the headline of the article?
All I see this march accomplishing is more division.