Women’s March on Washington {God help us}

Women’s March on Washington {organized protest of lunacy}

Hudson County, NJ has close to 700,000 residents. And 0.1% of them (over 600 women and cucked men) apparently got suckered into participating in an Inauguration protest of Donald J. Trump this Friday.

All because words. And a confident, successful businessman defied the MSM narrative that he was 99 to 1 longshot of winning.

So blown away that our country (and county) is turning into this. Blinded from reality. Wake up already, people. Stay home and do something productive for your family, friends and neighbors instead of disrupting an event just because your stupid bitch lost.

See the press release with carefully placed deceptive words and other blatant lies below.

(shakes his head in embarrassment for America…)

Womens March on Washington Hudson County NJ Hoboken Jersey City - Women's March on Washington {God help us}

Hoboken & Jersey City residents head to Women’s March on Washington


Over 600 women and men from Hudson county come together to unify their voices after waking up to the unexpected reality of the win of Donald Trump for president and are making the historic trip to the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017 to participate in the biggest inauguration protest the United States has ever seen.


What started as supportive conversations between both friends and total strangers over Facebook and at school drop offs quickly blossomed into a local movement that seems to be gaining momentum faster than anyone could have imagined.  Within a span of only a few days, independent groups sold out seats on buses and continued to secure more buses to meet demand.  Currently, there are at least 11 sold out buses leaving from Hoboken and Jersey City.  “There would have been more had we been able to secure additional transportation.  We hustled and tapped our resources to help would-be marchers make the trip by reaching out to our community to find seats!  ”  Lindsey Brown, Co-Captain of the Hoboken/Jersey City Women’s March Contingent.


While each person in this group has his or her own very personal reason for deciding to attend the march on the 21st, the reality is that this election has ignited a unifying spark within us all, one that looks beyond individual goals and struggles and brings communities together like never before.  Be they reproductive rights, civil rights, immigrants rights, worker’s rights, LGBTQIA rights or environmental protections, all of these represent something very essential to us all, HUMAN RIGHTS and this group has unanimously agreed that they are worth fighting for!


A few examples of “#whyimarchlikeabrainwashedidiot”!


Jodi Friedman, an assistant principal from a diverse Title I school states, “I can’t handle the fact that my children come to school scared or sad about what they hear coming out of the mouth of our President Elect or the fact that they fear for their family’s future in this country!  I can’t stand that some people still believe in the idea it’s okay ‘not to see color.’  I can’t be a white leader in a school serving children of color and not actively fight beyond my school’s walls for their future, our future.  I feel that I need to use the fire that has been lit inside of me daily to use my white privilege to help others!”


Ceallaigh Fogonogelo Pender, artist/feminist/activist – “I refuse to stay silent in the face of bigotry, misogyny, division and hate.  I refuse to be complicit to the hate, by quietly hiding in the safety of our liberal areas of NYC.  When I heard Trump speaking about sexual assault the way he did something in me broke.  We will only rise if we stand together.”


Jennifer Fox, US Citizen by choice

“I am Canadian by heritage and a US Citizen by choice. I originally signed up and invited friends to pack my mini-van. Little did I know it would explode into this. What started out as a spur of the moment ‘I should do this,’ has grown into more of a feeling of obligation. I watched the C-Span coverage of the representatives brave enough to stand up for equality by not certifying the electoral votes and I am livid at the fact that not a single senator chose to join the fight. It’s like a cloud of resignation has taken over the progressives in our country. But if I am unwilling to speak up, why should I expect them to? I go back and forth feeling like marching is futile, perhaps even dangerous, yet feeling like perhaps, it could be the spark that fuels the flame to ignite a movement. This is not about being anti-Trump, it’s about giving voice to the very reasons I chose to become a citizen of this country. Equality and opportunity for all.”


Barbara Farrell Glore, Retired college professor/mother/grandmother “I am joining the March in DC because I feel strongly that the incoming Administration is fundamentally hateful and anathema to every value in my belief system regarding the future of our children and grandchildren, who need safeguarding in terms of civil rights and human dignity; the ways our planet and climate need protection through the belief and implementation of scientific proof and evidence; the ways women’s rights are human rights; the ways public education is important for our quality of life; the ways public officials should be our advocates and not self-serving, corrupt, and or individuals who clearly lean toward authoritarian rule; and finally against anyone who would embrace hostile nations before embracing the institutions of our Country which work to protect us and keep us safe. And finally, I will march for all the people who cannot march themselves because that’s the vision I have for this Country that I love.”


Brought together by a desire for action, this group has found a common goal, a fight they are willing to take on together and it will not end with the momentous Women’s March on Washington on January 21st, this is just the beginning.  The four co-captains of one of the local bus groups, Lindsey Brown, Grace Park, Jenifer Semenza and Kristin Zangrilli are compelled to seize this energy and put it to good use going forward.  “We’ve already scheduled a follow-up social for the end of this month and plan to meet regularly and will continue to take action.  Where we go from here no one knows, but the sky is the limit and the cause important to us all,” Kristin Zangrilli.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017 2:18 am

Washington D.C. is nowhere I’d want to be this Friday. For any reason whatsoever.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 2:07 am

“Unexpected reality.” That cracks me up… I have no other words. Other than Haha!

Monday, January 16, 2017 11:54 pm

At what point do people understand that they are being taken on a ride?

Why didn’t coordinated and disruptive acts take place (on this scale) in the past?

Everyone participating in these clashes have a ton of soul-searching to do. Incredibly pathetic.

Monday, January 16, 2017 8:44 pm

“I refuse to stay silent in the face of bigotry, misogyny, division and hate. I refuse to be complicit to the hate, by quietly hiding in the safety of our liberal areas of NYC.”

“…the incoming Administration is fundamentally hateful and anathema to every value in my belief system ”

If anyone needs clinical examples of psychological projection, they can’t do much better than this.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017 9:38 am


Monday, January 16, 2017 6:12 pm

This has been every year since threats were made to Roe vs Wade. It is the day after swearing in.

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