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Vagina-Heads Furious When Trump Trolls Their Moronic Marches *VIDEO* #Trump #WomensMarch

President Trump has weighed in on the Women’s March with a tweet that is certain to rile the tens of thousands of fired-up protesters marching against him across the country.

As processions of pink, ‘pussy’ hats and illustrations asking for him to be impeached made their way through the nation’s many cities, Trump ignored their complaints about him and said: ‘Beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect day for all Women to March, reports the New York Post.

‘Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months.

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The mass protests commemorate a year since the rancid pussied Women’s March on January 21, 2017, a day after Trump’s inauguration.

This year, the marches also take on the momentum of the Me Too and Time’s Up movements against sexual misconduct which were sparked with allegations against Hollywood heavyweights.

They also coincided with a Democrat-caused government shutdown which went into place late on Friday night.

On Saturday, the marches were well underway by the time the president chimed in. His remarks angered many and sent others into despair.

‘You just don’t get it, do you?’ was the reply of one exasperated critic.

Many questioned whether the president himself actually wrote the tweet.

‘One thing about this tweet is that it absolutely wasn’t written by Trump (vocabulary and phrasing different) so someone else is using his account purely to troll,’ said one critic.

On Saturday, Trump was stuck in Washington DC, grounded by the overnight government shutdown caused by Democrats.

One of the largest protests was in Los Angeles where a gaggle of female starlets gathered to deliver thought-out remarks on sexual misconduct and gender inequality.

Hollywood tramps Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman spoke with determination as they vowed to support the ‘revolution’ at foot.

They made reference to their brainwashed young daughters and told how they had decided to stop ‘pandering’ to men who suppress how they express ‘desire’.

Many of the protests were directed towards Trump’s immigration policies and his plans for DACA which shut down the government on Friday night when Democrats refused to move forward with talks.

‘People were pretty damn mad last year and they’re pretty damn mad this year,’ said Tamika Mallory, co-president of the Women’s March board.

Like last year, thousands of marchers donned pink knit ‘pussy hats’, which were created last year after the president’s infamous ‘grab them by the p***y’ hot mic remark was made public.

They became a symbol for the disdain thousands of women carried and still harbor against the president.

Among those in Saturday’s crowds elsewhere in the country were thousands who attended last year’s marches.

Fourteen-year-old Tanaquil Eltson marched with her mother in Washington DC.

She said: ‘We went to the first women’s march, but we feel like our work isn’t done and that there’s so much more that we need to fix.

The number of participants fell well short of the estimated 5 million who marched on Jan. 21. 2017.

Despite the more modest expectations this year, organizers hope to build on the raw energy felt by Trump opponents immediately after his surprise election victory and channel it into gains for progressive candidates in November’s midterm elections, using the theme ‘Power to the Polls.’

Specifically, organizers want to register a million new voters and get more strong advocates for women’s supremacy into office.

Activists say Trump’s policies rolling back birth control handouts have propelled many women into activism for the first time.


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January 21st, 2018


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