More than half a million women marched on Washington the day after President Trump’s inauguration to not only protest the new Commander in Chief but also compare him to Hitler. The speakers for this rally included Micheal Moore, America Ferrera, Scarlett Johnasson, Alicia Keys, Madonna and Ashley Judd.
Ms. Judd recited a poem written by a 19 year old girl from Tennessee in which she repeatedly called herself “a nasty woman” and compared President Trump’s toupee to Hitler’s mustache, saying he looked like he bathed in Cheeto dust as well as adding other vulgar slurs about “not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes . . .” which we can assume is a thinly veiled reference to his own daughter, Ivanka.
The premise of this absurd work of literature was the glorification of President Trump’s now famous comment about “nasty women” made in a debate with Hillary Clinton prior to the election last November. She also declared that “Our p*****s are for our pleasure, for birthing new generations of filthy, vulgar, nasty, proud, Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Sikh, generations of nasty women.” An irate Madonna also joined in, dropping the F-bomb multiple times during her pep talk and brazenly admitted to fantasizing about blowing up the White House.
Free speech is our constitutional right as Americans but a new wave of feminists in this country believes that shouting absurdities and name calling can advance their movement. In actuality, these feminazis make themselves look foolish and hateful.
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