The Pussy Grabs Back

Last Saturday, millions of women marched peacefully in San Diego, San Marcos and most major cities across the nation. The marches, held on the first full day of the Trump Administration, were first planned as just a single march on Washington DC. However, it quickly grew to larger than expected crowds–called “Sister Marches” to the Women’s March in Washington DC– in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and many other cities. Women’s March organizers reported that in the downtown Los Angeles area, an estimated 750,000 marched. Early reports out of Washington DC raised turnout from 200,000 to 500,000. The San Diego Police Department estimates the crowds to be more than 30,000 people, exceeding the expected 25,000.

 

The marches attracted people of all ages and walks of life. Thousands showed up with handmade signs, each giving credence to the numerous Americans dissatisfied with the 45th presidency. The event organizers website, womansmarch.com tallies the number of Sister Marches to be 673, and the number of marchers to be 4 million six hundred thirty-six thousand five hundred. There have been no reported arrests.

 

 

 

Mulford Jeremy

Musician/writer Editor at Chariot News.com

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