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Ashley Judd At Anti-Trump Women's March: I Feel Hitler In These Streets

Actress and die-hard Clintonite Ashley Judd, who said that Hillary Clinton was the most overqualified candidate Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, took to the stage at the Women’s March in Washington D.C. to deliver some poetry, which was (surprise!) an attack on President Donald J. Trump.


“I am a nasty woman,” she told the crowd. “I didn’t know devils could be resurrected, but I feel Hitler in these streets,” she added.

She then went on to pretty much say again that Trump was Hitler, that members of his cabinet were Nazis, and that the president was anti-gay rights.

Mustache traded for a toupee. Nazis renamed the cabinet. Electro conversion therapy the new gas chambers shaming the gay out of America, turning rainbows into suicide notes. I am not as nasty as racism, fraud, conflict of interest, homophobia, sexual assault, transphobia, white supremacy, misogyny, ignorance, [and] white privilege.

Again, Trump is the most pro-gay rights Republican ever elected. Second, members of his cabinet are Nazis? So, Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, who is highly respected by both sides, and who is now our defense secretary is a Nazi? That’s insane. It’s insulting. And it’s a disgrace. Oh, and his hair is real ( I can't believe I have to mention this)


Judd’s poetry session was nothing more than a tantrum. It’s the usual toxic cocktail of progressivism that truly seeks to divide us along racial, ethnic, gender, and political lines; the sociopolitical cookie cutter that the Left has used so well for the past eight years. Maybe Trump adopted some of these tactics. If so, liberals can’t complain that he took a page from their playbook.

But getting back to this sideshow, it once again shows that a) the Left still doesn’t get, or want to admit, that they lost; b) Hollywood elitists make things worse and don’t know what they’re talking about; and c) these same people are really, really working hard to give Trump a second term.

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