Can someone explain the linguistic backbends that the women were going through to try to reassure Kody that the Women's March was not a "political protest" but a "walk of support"? The amount of times they said "it's not a protest" was bizarre. Would Kody not let them go if it was a political protest? If so, is that because:
1. He is morally or religiously against political protest, or
2. Against this cause, protesting this current political climate in particular, or
3. Worried that they would get arrested, or were doing something illegal, or
4. Worried that TLC would not film two political protests in one season, and therefore not cover his polygamy law protest?
I couldn't quite figure out what was not being said. They kept repeating themselves and getting so specific about the language that it seemed like there was something unspoken.