The left can’t get over that Trump won. It drives them nuts. They did everything they could do to try make the win unreal. But the laws of the land prevailed and Trump was sworn in.
And one former celebrity is incensed. Madonna, a woman who used to sell her sexuality in return for money is furious that President Trump will be in office because of his stance towards women.
This is the same women who went skiing half naked as a publiclity stunt, who performed with Brittany Spears and used her like a stripper before kisisng her in front of thousands of young women, and posted nude selfies to support Hillary Clinton.
She’s worried how Trump’s win might sexualize women and use them.
For her speech for the women’s march Madonna took it to far.
Madonna stated in her impassioned speech: ‘I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. But I know that this won’t change anything.
‘We cannot fall into despair. As the poet W. H. Auden once wrote on the eve of World War Two, “We must love one another or die.” I choose love. Are you with me?’
Her speech was met with raucous applause from the crowd of an estimated half a million people in attendance at the National Mall for the march.
The Secret Service said they’ll investigate Madonna’s hateful, obscene comments. And this is a double standard that needs to be pointed out.
If you were a white person who ever said that about Barack Obama, you’d be branded as a racist immediately. But a woman can say this about a man and there’s no real push back. And since Madonna is a celebrity, she said that to a crowd of nearly 500,000.
In broad daylight.
And she wasn’t arrested.
Americans should be incensed. The idea that a celebrity got up and threatened to blow up the White House is shocking and borders on the illegal, even under the 1st Amendment.
But thousands of women just ate it up. Madonna was not the only one who used her stardom to incite anger towards Trump. Actress Ashley Judd got up on stage and recited a mantra written by a 19 year old from Tennesse. Judd channeled the teenager’s angst, saying I’m a nasty woman. Judd said things that would be considered shocking, even on an HBO special and the crowd went wild.
These celebrities are using their stardom to take issue against Trump. But where were they on illegal immigration? Where were they as our debt skyrocketed under Obama? Where were they as other countries took jobs of middle America?
They certainly weren’t inciting anger then. They certainly weren’t concerned about the plight of women in countries where ISIS was raping and maiming women.
It’s sad really. These American women are so insulted with their celebrity status that when a leader steps onto the scene and says he’s going to something to bring America back to greatness, they get mad because it rocked the boat too much for them.