Ashley Judd Electrifies Massive Crowd At Women’s March On Washington -VIDEO

If you are an anti-Trumper, then you should be extremely proud right now. We expected Saturday’s Women’s March to be big, but no one could’ve known it would be this big!

Women…and men who love women…came out in massive numbers all over the world on Saturday. D.C. police estimate that there were considerably more people marching on Saturday than showed up the day before for the inauguration. And the sister marches that went on in cities across the country and the world were enormous.

The protests were not only positive and peaceful, but they were also bursting with energy. One of the things that kept the D.C. crowd pumped up was a powerful speech from Ashley Judd.

She stepped on stage and interrupted Michael Moore with, “I am Ashley Judd. And I am a feminist.” 

And the crowd erupted.

Judd went on to recite a poem written by Nina Donovan, a 19-year-old young woman from Tennessee.

“I feel Hitler in these streets. A mustache traded for a toupee. Nazis renamed.”

Judd talked about being a “nasty woman” and made her points against Trump by using, “I am not as nasty as.…”

And the crowd wildly cheered her on every step of the way.

Judd finished her speech referencing Trump’s boasts of sexual assault caught on an Access Hollywood tape.

“Our pussies ain’t for grabbing. Our pussies are for our pleasure and they are for birthing new generations… of nasty women!”

 

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