Donald Trump is officially the President of the United States. This came after months of riots and protests across the country, of people speaking out against the President-elect.
Even though he has now officially become the President, there have still been massive protests organized to voice opposition to Donald Trump. Although there certainly are some legitimate questions which can be raised regarding his character, it is interesting to say the least that these protests are taking place now rather than at some point where it may have been able to have a more tangible impact.
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With hundreds of thousands of women (and men) protesting across the country, there are clearly many who feel very passionately and believe they are making a real difference.
Conversely just as with any movement, there are those who do not see the validity of the protest, especially since the elections have already come and go, and the message sometimes may seem a bit vague and unclear.
I forgot about the #WomensMarch today because I was busy actually doing things.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) January 21, 2017
I wonder if all these women would support Bill Clinton, known womanizer and adulterer. #WomensMarch
— Anna White (@annaeleanor) January 21, 2017
The good news is that after the #WomansMarch, Trump will still be president.
— O. Bula Escobar (@omarbula) January 21, 2017
Let's talk about the fact that men can participate in the #WomensMarch but pro-life women can't.
— Danielle Butcher (@DaniSButcher) January 21, 2017
Hey #WomensMarch why don't you ever protest the fact women in Saudi Arabia can't drive or vote? You seem awfully quiet on that 🤔
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 21, 2017
What do you think of the march taking place today? What tangible impact will this have moving forward? Let HYPELINE know what you think in the comments!