The #WomensMarch gets expertly trolled by a trending hashtag for the second time

The #WomensMarch gets expertly trolled by a trending hashtag for the second time
Demonstrators march up 5th Avenue during a women's march, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in New York. The march is being held in solidarity with similar events taking place in Washington and around the nation. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Oh the patriarchy!

Hot off the heels of the Women’s March on DC, TheBlaze’s Doc Thompson is once again putting the feminist gathering back in the silly light with a new hashtag that managed to hit number two in trending in the United States.

You’ll recall that not long ago, Thompson hilariously stated up the hashtag #RenameMillionWomenMarch which trended and received a number of superb names that described the march far more accurately. Now, the new hashtag focuses on the aftermath of the march.

So what did the Women’s March accomplish? What kind of numbers are we seeing coming out of the gathering? Twitter weighed in.

https://twitter.com/ScottInSC/status/823521116387995649?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

The protest was mocked roundly by many different groups both in and off the #WomensMarchStatistics hashtag, and for solid reasons. Pop-star Madonna used the march as an opportunity to express herself hey-hey-hey-hey politically, and say she’s thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House now that Trump is in it. Furthermore, the march was consistently touted as a highly inclusive event, but pro-life groups were not only booted from the march, but pro-life women were spit upon by slacktivists.

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