This is really, really gross. Like, this woman needs help gross. Not that this is a nice event with all the pink “p*ssy” hats and all. Do all these women really want to make fools of themselves? Guess so…
As hundreds of thousands of Americans filled the streets of the nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington, actress Ashley Judd read a rousing poem that compared Donald Trump to Hitler.
Judd was reciting a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee when she read the line: ‘I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee.’
The poem was a celebration of ‘nasty women’, as Trump so famously called Hillary Clinton during a debate before the presidential election.
‘I am a nasty women,’ Judd began as she read the poem. ‘I’m not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in Cheeto dust.’
‘I’m not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes,’ she read later, clearly referencing Ivanka.
‘I’m not as nasty as confederate flags being tattooed across my cities, maybe the south is actually going to rise, maybe for some it never really fell.’
Judd continued to proudly repeat the phrase ‘I’m a nasty women’ as the crowd of thousands continued to cheer.
‘And our p***ies ain’t for grabbing, they’re for reminding you that our walls are stronger than America’s ever will be,’ she concluded.
‘Our pussies are for our pleasure, for birthing new generations of filthy, vulgar, nasty, proud, Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Sikh, generations of nasty women.’
Judd was just one of the big names to speak at the march’s rally at the National Mall for a sea of protesters in pink ‘p***yhats’, knitted beanies with car ears that have become the unofficial accessory of the march.
Protesters chanted ‘Thank you Obama!’ before the rally kicked off at 10am with a rousing speech from actress America Ferrera at what is believed to be the largest inauguration-related demonstration in US history.
‘The president is not America, his cabinet is not America,’ Ferrera began. ‘We are America, and we are here to stay. We march for our families, for our neighbors, for our futures.’
‘We march today for the moral core of this nation, against which our president is waging a war.’
‘We are gathered here across the country and the world to say Mr Trump we refuse,’ Ferrera continued.
‘We reject the demonization of our Muslim brothers and sisters, we demand an end to the system murder and incarceration of our black brothers and sisters, we will not give our rights to safe and legal abortions, we will not ask our LGBTQ families to go backwards, we will not go from being a nation of immigrants to a nation of ignorance.’
‘We won’t build walls and we won’t see the worst in each other and we won’t turn our backs on the more than 750,000 young immigrants in this country.’
‘Together we, all of us, will fight, resist and oppose every action that threatens the lives and dignity of any and all of our communities.’
‘Marchers, make no mistake. We are, every single one of us, on attack. Our safety and freedom are on the chopping block and we are the only ones who can protect one another.’
‘If we do not fight together…we will lose together.’
Director Michael Moore called on the crowd to get active in politics during his speech.
‘Look at this, I can’t even see the end of the crowd,’ he exclaimed as he began. ‘We’re gonna have a million people here today! Look at this!’
‘Okay, we got through day one!’ he congratulates the crowd. ‘We in day two now of the Trump tragedy.’
‘So I woke up this morning, picked up the Washington Post, and the headline read “Trump takes power”’.
‘I don’t think so, here’s the power, here’s the majority of America, right here,’ he said as the crowd erupted in cheers. ‘We are the majority. New president vows to end American carnage.’
‘Mr Trump we are here to vow to end the Trump carnage,’ he said, dramatically ripping up the Post paper and throwing it before joking: ‘I’ll pick that up later, recycle!’
‘The majority of Americans did not want Donald J Trump in the White House,’ Moore continued. ‘And we are here today as their representatives.’
‘I don’t want to give the standard demonstration speech, you got a lot of great speakers here today. I would like to give you a to do list of what we can all do starting immediately.’
‘We have to get busy folks, we’ve got our work cut out for us. Number one, I want you to make this part of your new daily routine. I want you to call congress every single day,’ he said.
‘I’m telling you these calls work. When they tried to get rid of the Congressional Office of Ethics, the switchboard was jammed and overloaded we shut it down with phone calls.
‘Two hours later they pulled back. That’s how powerful you are. Make it part of your daily routine.’