Editors Note:...UP the White House in expletive-filled rant at women's march. Secret Service WILL investigate Madonna after singers comments. Madonna and her ilk make headlines, but hey what do you expect? These people are bought and paid for by the sinking ship called the ELITIST. This layout reminds me of a super-nova. When the collision cools and money drys up ... watch the has-BEENS change their toon. The Secret Service has allegedly said it will open an investigation into Madonna after her DC speech. The pop icon told the huge crowd of protesters she'd thought a lot about 'blowing up the White House.' An estimated half million people participated in the Women's March on Washington in DC on Saturday There were also 600 sister marches throughout the country and across the world Pink p***yhats - knitted beanies with cat ears - became the accessory of the march in reference to Trump's quote 'grab her by the p***y' America Ferrera, Scarlett Johnasson, Michael Moore and Alicia Keys also spoke at the DC event Their speeches were a call of action to the crowd, asking them to run for office, fight for reproductive rights Ashley Judd also caused controversy reading a poem and taking a dig at Trump saying 'I'm not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes' In honor of our NEW PRESIDENT TRUMP ... we have created a QUICK NATIONAL DEBT tracking system for the direction of our national debt... RED RISING (more debt) and GREEN FALLING (less debt).
By ANNA HOPKINS and ANNETA KONSTANTINIDES
The Secret Service has reportedly said it will open an investigation into Madonna after the singer told the Women’s March on Washington that she had thought about ‘blowing up the White House’.
Donning a black p***yhat, the music icon caused controversy by dropping the F-bomb four times, sparking a slew of apologies from broadcasters airing the protest live.
She went on to speak of her rage at the election result, telling the crowd she had thought a lot about ‘blowing up the White House’ but knew that it ‘wouldn’t change anything’.
The Secret Service has allegedly said they will open an investigation into pop singer Madonna after her intense speech at the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday afternoon
Donning a black p***yhat, the music icon caused controversy by dropping the F-bomb four times, causing a slew of apologies from broadcasters airing the protest live. She went on to speak of her rage at the election result, telling the crowd she had thought a lot about ‘blowing up the White House’ but knew that it ‘wouldn’t change anything’
According to the Gateway Pundit, a spokesman for the Secret Service said they were ‘aware’ of Madonna’s comments and will open an investigation, but the ultimate decision whether or not to prosecute is the decision of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
The Secret Service declined to comment on the matter.
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.
Hundreds of thousands of people filled the National Mall for the Women’s March on Washington DC on Saturday
Not an inch of the street could be seen as the protesters packed tight to show their support for women’s rights
The streets were completely filled along the National Mall during the Women’s March on Washington
Tempers ran high as marchers took to Washington D.C. to oppose Donald Trump’s new presidency – with Ashley Judd joining Madonna in spewing lewd rants against the new President.
The Hollywood actress and the pop star departed from the general spirit of inclusivity and calls for mutual respect with personal attacks not only on Trump but also his family, including daughter Ivanka.
They say well-behaved women rarely make history, and Judd clearly took that quote to heart as she recited a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee.
‘I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee,’ she said.
‘I am a nasty woman,’ she continued – referencing Donald’s famous attack on Hillary Clinton. ‘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’.
Ashley Judd lit up Twitter during the rally as she read a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee that included the lines: ‘I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee,’ a clear reference to Trump
Judd added: ‘I’m not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes’
Judd continued to proudly repeat the phrase ‘I’m a nasty women’ as the crowd of thousands continued to cheer
‘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 woman’ 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 p*****s are for our pleasure, for birthing new generations of filthy, vulgar, nasty, proud, Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Sikh, generations of nasty women.
‘So what today means is that we are far from the end, today marks the beginning, the beginning of our story.’
‘The revolution starts here, the fight for the right to be free, to be who we are, to be equal, lets march together through this darkness and with each step know that we are not afraid.’
‘That we are not alone, that we will not back down, that there is power in our unity, and that no opposing force stands a chance in the face of true solidarity.’
‘And to our detractors that insist that this march will never add up to anything, “f*** you”,’ she proclaimed.
Madonna also performed two of her classic hits, Express Yourself and Human Nature, changing one of the lyrics in the latter song to ‘Donald Trump suck a d***’.
The pair were just two 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 cat ears that have become the unofficial accessory of the march.
Among other notable figures to attend the March on Washington were Cher, America Ferrera, Scarlett Johanesson, Alicia Keys, and Amy Schumer.
Madonna launched into two of her classic hits, Express Yourself and Human Nature, changing one of the lyrics in the latter song to ‘Donald Trump suck a d***’
Madonna’s 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
Madonna also posed with Cher during the rally before the march to the White House began
Three times as many bus parking permits were requested for the Women’s March than Trump’s own inauguration on Friday
Many marches in solidarity took place across the nation, crowds gather here on Jackson Boulevard for the Women’s March On Chicago
More than 500,000 people took part in the march in the nation’s capital on Saturday, far beyond the predicted number
The Women’s March on Washington was declared to be largest inauguration-related protest in US history and comes the day after Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States
Madonna, whose name was on the list of speakers for the event, asked the crowd: ‘Are you ready to shake up the world? Welcome to the revolution of love.’
‘To the rebellion, to our refusal as women to accept this new age of tyranny,’ she continued. ‘Where not just women are endangered but all marginalized people.’
‘Where being uniquely different right now might truly be considered a crime. It took this this moment of darkness to wake us the f***k up,’ she exclaimed.
‘It seemed as though we had all slipped into a false sense of comfort, that justice would prevail and that good would win in the end. Well good did not win this election, but good will win in the end.’
Many Canadians have crossed the border to show their support and solidarity with American women in the march
A huge crowd of people could be seen in front of the National Museum of the American Indian hours before the march began
The Shady Grove metro stop in DC was completely packed with protesters at 8.30am on Saturday morning
Protesters chanted ‘Thank you Obama!’ before the rally kicked off at 10am with a 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.’
America Ferrera kicked off the rally as she told the crowd ‘If we don’t fight together…we lose together’
She continued: ‘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.’
Director Michael Moore dramatically ripped up a Washington Post newspaper with the headline ‘Trump takes power’ as he declared ‘here’s the power’
‘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.’
Moore then called on the crowd to join organizations like Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union.
‘Join every group, let’s make these groups HUUUUGE,’ he said, mimicking Trump’s favorite catchphrase.
Moore then called on the crowd to ‘take over the Democratic Party’, as he said the ‘old guard’ has to go.
‘Number three, you need to form your own personal rapid response team.
‘We need new leadership, we need young leadership, we need women, we need people of color, gay and lesbian and bisexual and transgender,’ he continued.
He then called on the blue states who voted for Hillary Clinton to act a ‘region of resistance’.
Cher was another one of the big names at the Women’s March in Washington on Saturday
The legendary singer and Scarlet Johansson took a moment out of the march to snap a picture together
Yoko Ono, who famously gave her signature wail when Trump was elected, was also in attendance at the march
Meanwhile actress Rosie Perez was spotted at the Women’s March on New York
Actress Emma Watson, who is a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, was also at the Washington DC march
She was joined by comedian Amy Schumer, who sported a NASA astronaut costume as she made her way to the march
Julia Roberts sported her own p***yhat as she showed her support at the DC demonstration
Shake It Up Actress Bella Thorne and model Chrissy Teigen also made their way from Hollywood to DC for the event
Chelsea Handler and Charlize Theron were at the forefront of the Women’s March in Park City, Utah, where the Sundance Festival is currently taking place
John Legend couldn’t stand by wife Teigen’s side in DC, but showed his support at the Park City march
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal was spotted in the crowd at the DC marsh as he intently listened to the speeches during the rally
Whoopi Goldberg spotted one of the p***yhats as she attended the Women’s March in New York
Demonstrators march across 42nd Street in New York City during a women’s march to Trump Tower
Padma Lakshmi attended the DC march with daughter Krishna and a sign that read ‘Girls rights are human rights’
Gloria Steinem, center right, greets protesters at the barricades before speaking at the Women’s March on Washington
Moore finished: ‘What you have to do in these states, you have to create laws to show the rest of the country what its like to have health care for all, what its like to not have mass incarceration, show the rest of America how it works,’ he said.
Many of the march’s organizers became visibly emotional as they looked at the sea of women before them.
Feminist icon Gloria Steinem took the stage for some wise words of encouragement.
She said: ‘You look great, I wish you could see yourselves its like an ocean.’
‘Thank you for understanding that sometimes we must put our bodies where our beliefs are, sometimes pressing send is not enough,’ she began.
‘This unites us with those around the world who don’t have computers, or electricity or literacy, but have the same dreams and beliefs.’
‘I’ve been thinking of the uses of a long life,’ Steinem continued. ‘You remember when things were worse. We remember the death of the future with Martin Luther King Jr, John F Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, Malcolm X.’
Mirren and Sex And The City’s Nixon at the Women’s solidarity march in New York on Saturday
Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke to the crowd at Boston Common for the Boston Women’s March for American
Thousands of people filled Boston Common in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday
The number of people who attended the Women’s March on Washington surpassed all expectations on Saturday
Some protesters climbed onto a wall and took in the immense crowd before them as they watched the rally kick-off in Washington DC
Stoplights could be seen jutting from above the crowd filled with colorful posters and pink hats in Washington DC
The protesters turned DC into a sea of pink thanks to their ‘p***yhats’, the official accessory of the demonstration
The Women’s March on Washington was expected to attract 200,000 people – a number that more than doubled on the day
The landmark National Mall absolutely brimmed with people as they waited for the march to begin following a rally
The march more than an hour past schedule and after a nearly four-hour rally, but that didn’t tire the protesters
The protesters marched around the US Agriculture Department as they made their way to Trump’s new home
The protesters filled Pennsylvania Avenue as they tried to make their way toward the White House through the crowded path
Demonstrators arrived on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the Women’s March bright and early on Saturday
The Capitol loomed in the gray sky as protesters turned the streets pink with their hats and outfits
A group of protesters smile with their signs as they stand on Independence Avenue before the official rally began
Summer Zervos, (center), who last week filed a defamation lawsuit agains Trump, cries as she marches with her attorney Gloria Allred (left) and fellow sexual misconduct accuser and Former Miss Utah Temple Taggart (right) in Washington
Messages of what people hope to see in the future are stuck to a road sign at the Women’s March on Washington
One protester donned a Donald Trump head to protest the incoming president, who was attending a prayer service
A Baltimore couple smiles with their sign, which references Trump’s alleged deep connections to Russia and its president
One DC resident shared this photo of marchers as they made their way to the National Mall on Saturday morning
Steinem, a nationally recognized leader of the feminist movement, continued: ‘Now our great leaders like Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are still with us, and remember how much we feared they might not be and how much threat there was on their lives.
‘Now our honored Bernie Sanders is still with us and not only with us but he’s focusing on economic justice and a universal college education.’
‘And now Hillary Clinton is alive – and definitely not in jail,’ she added as the crowd laughed. ‘She who told the whole world that women’s rights are human rights and human rights are women’s rights.’
Steinem touched base on violence against females, abortion rights, the danger of a Muslim registry and provided a message from the Women’s March in Berlin: ‘We in Berlin know that walls don’t work.’
‘I have met the people, and you are not them,’ Steinem said of Trump.
‘Just this march on Washington today required a thousand more buses than the entire inauguration.’
‘This is the upside of the downside. This is the outpouring of true democracy that I have never seen in my long life.
‘It is wide in age, deep in diversity, and remember the Constitution does not begin with “I, the president”. It begins with ‘We, the people.”‘
‘We are here and around the world for a deep democracy that says we will not be quiet, we will not be controlled, we will work for a world where all countries are decorated.’
‘We are at one with each other, we are looking at each other – not up,’ she concluded.
One women excitedly holds her sign, in reference to Trump’s infamous ‘grab her by the p***y’ quote, in Washington, DC
Protesters of all ages were spotted gearing up for the protest, including this adorable girl in Washington, DC
Protesters could also be seen gathering for the Women’s March on Philadelphia, one of the 600 sister marches
Protesters also took to the palm tree-lined streets of Los Angeles to show their support in California on Saturday
Although there were less p***yhats in the sun-drenched city, Califorians still made their voices heard through their signs
Usually filled with terrible traffic, the streets of Los Angeles were instead brimming with protesters
Steinem finished on a note urging marchers to get personal: ‘We are linked, we are not ranked. This is a day that will change us forever because we are together, each of us individually and collectively will never be the same again.
‘When we elect a possible president we to often go home. We’ve elected an impossible president – we’re never going home. We’re taking over.’
‘Make sure you introduce yourselves to each other, and decide what we’re going to do tomorrow.’
Actress Scarlett Johansson spoke on behalf of women’s reproductive health issues as she took the stage.
She began by sharing personal stories about how Planned Parenthood had helped both her and the women closest to her.
Johansson revealed how safe she felt when she first visited the clinic at when she was 15 and had seen a change in her body and was living on the opposite side of the country from her mother.
Scarlett Johansson was also among the big names to give a speech, speaking on behalf of women’s reproductive rights
Former US Secretary of State John Kerry was greeted with raucous applause as he joined the Women’s March on Washington
Kerry walked his dog as he greeted supporters at the march who waved to the former Democratic presidential nominee
Hundreds of young girls were seen taking part in the march as their mothers and sisters fought for their future
One little wore a sign that read: ‘I take care of the environment’ before warning: ‘Trump we are watching’
‘No judgement, no questions asked, Planned Parenthood provided a safe place where I could be treated with gentle guidance,’ she said.
‘I’m sure there isn’t one person here who hasn’t been helped by Planned Parenthood, directly or otherwise.’
‘There are very real and devastating consequences to limiting access to what should be considered basic healthcare,’ she said, noting how the clinic was the only place for millions of women in the country to get treatment.
‘President Trump, I did not vote for you,’ Johansson continued. ‘That said, I respect that you are our president-elect and I want to be able to support you.
‘But first I ask that you support me, support my sister, support my mother, my best friend and all of our girlfriends.’
‘Support the men and women today who anxiously await to see how your next move drastically affects their lives.
‘Support my daughter, who may potentially not have the right to make the choices about her body and her future that your daughter Ivanka has had the privilege to have.’
A protester carries a life-size carboard cutout of Hillary Clinton at the Women’s March in Washington DC
Trump got a view of the protesters in town from the window of his limo. His motorcade was on its way back to the White House from a prayer service when he passed protesters
A woman carrying a sign reading ‘This is not America’ marches through Atlanta during a Women’s March
Thousands of people marched through Atlanta one day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration
Thousands of people marched through the streets of Atlanta. Protests were held across the world on Saturday
Johansson concluded her speech with a call to arms for the crowd to get active in their communities and in politics.
‘My immediate thought of hearing the election results was we have so much work to do,’ she said.
‘Once the heaviness began to subside, I realized an opportunity has presented itself to make real long-term change, to view our responsibilities to get involved with and stay active in our communities.’
‘Let this weight not drag you down but help to get your heels stuck in,’ she continued.
Don’t give up your power,’ she tells the crowd. ‘Don’t let the feeling of helplessness make you feel complacent.’
Alicia Keys made a surprise appearance towards the end of the rally, doing a spoken word piece that quoted Maya Angelou’s famous poem ‘Still I Rise’.
‘We rise. We will not allow our bodies to be owned and controlled by men in government – or men anywhere for that matter,’ she began.
‘We will not let our compassionate souls get stepped on. No hate, no bigotry, no muslim registry, we value education, health care and equality.’
Alicia Keys made a surprise appearance at the rally, performing a spoken word piece inspired by poet Maya Angelou
Protesters took the streets all over the world on Saturday – here thousands fill the streets of downtown Los Angeles as they gather for the Women’s March against President Donald Trump
The streets of Manhattan also teemed with women who marched to show their support in New York
The supporters were headed to Trump Tower to protest in front of the president’s now former home
A number of the signs turned famous songs into slogans with ‘Can’t Grope This’ and ‘Girls Have Fundamental Rights’
R&B singer Janelle Monae, sporting a sweatshirt that read ‘Fem the Future’, then took the stage
Monae posed with pal Alicia Keys after the two both delivered incredible speeches on stage
Keys continued: ‘We will continue to rise until our voices are heard, until our planet’s safety is not deferred.’
‘Until our bombs stop dropping on other lands. Until our dollar is the same as a man’s.’
She then asked the crowd to chant ‘We are here’ and ‘We’re on fire’ before launching into her famous hit ‘Girl on Fire’, a tune she sang at Barack Obama’s inauguration at the 2013 Inauguration Ball.
Celebrities weren’t only on the stage when it came to marches not just in DC, but New York, Los Angeles and even Park City, Utah, where the Sundance Film Festival is currently taking place.
Julia Roberts, Cher, Emma Roberts, Chrissy Teigen, Amy Schumer, Padma Lakshmi, Yoko Ono, Jessica Chastain and Chloe Grace Moetz were among the stars who marched on the nation’s capital.
Cher said she believed Trump’s presidency had people ‘more frightened maybe than they’ve ever been’.
In Park City, Charlize Theron and Chelsea Handler led protesters in a chant of ‘Love, not hate, make America great’. John Legend was also pictured at the march during Sundance as wife Teigen showed her support in DC.
Actresses Helen Mirren and Cynthia Nixon and Whoopi Goldberg joined a crowd of protesters in New York as they made their way to Trump Tower in the Upper East Side neighborhood.
Demonstrators arrive via public transportation and fill DC’s metro stations before the march
Demonstrators fill Union Station in DC with their signs as they head to the National Mall for the demonstration
Gloria Steinem said in her speech that a thousand more buses were needed for the march than Trump’s inauguration
A protester holds sign at Minnesota Women’s March in St. Paul, Minnesota on Saturday as demonstrators braved the chill
Even colder was Park City, Utah, but that didn’t stop crowds gathering for The Women’s March on Main during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival
Many protesters in Park City had a blast posing with this woman who came dressed as a vagina
A statue of Daniel Webster is seen wearing a pink p***yhat and red equality shirt during the New Hampshire Women’s Day of Action and Unity rally in front of the State House in Concord
Three women lead a group of more than a thousand people in the East Liberty section of Pittsburgh during the city’s march
Thousands of protesters fill the Benjamin Franklin Parkway as they participate in the Women’s March in Philadelphia
As historic numbers turned out to dissent against the Trump Administration, another group came forward to assert their support of the 45th President
Nearly 600 sister marches were taking place on six continents across the globe on Saturday in what became a historical day