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Commentary: Don't be fooled — protests and marches aren't coming 'out of nowhere\

A protest at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Sunday, January, 29, 2017, against President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban from some Muslim-majority countries. (Image source: Twitter)

It feels like the marches and protests are everywhere, and have been since President Donald Trump took office a little over a week ago. For some reason, the progressive left, undoubtedly the organizers of these events, wants the public to believe these gatherings are organically springing up, born of the  natural outrage over Trump's recent executive orders and, frankly, the fact of Trump himself. But nothing could be further from the truth.

The Women's March in Washington, D.C., and other cities across the country, happened the day after Donald Trump was inaugurated 45th President of the United States and was openly a protest. The protests against Trump's executive order, which halted travel into the U.S. from a number of Muslim-majority countries, are explicitly protests and have been happening in cities around the country, including New York (where it began), Washington and Chicago.

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