Considering the current mental state of many who supported Hillary — Rosie O’Donnell worries she literally might not survive the Trump years — we’re not putting a lot of stock into what Linda Sarsour has to say about the state of the nation psychologically thanks to the Women’s March.
Usually, we count on Sally Kohn to say something ridiculous, but instead, she handed over her “State of Resistance” podcast to Linda Sarsour, who had this to say.
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— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) October 26, 2017
Stick with us here … she might have a point. Sure, millions of women gathered in D.C. after the inauguration, many of them wearing knit pussy hats, to hear luminaries such as Madonna fantasize about blowing up the White House. Maybe it was better, psychologically, for the attendees to have an outlet where they could gather together to show their hatred for Donald Trump.
Should they have gotten over it by now, though? Absolutely.
So, where would America be psychologically had there been no Women’s March?
I dunno Sally. Sane? https://t.co/kPQNGQn99G
— David Horowitz (@horowitz39) October 26, 2017
we'd be sane
— Mad Maxxinista (@madmaxxinista) October 26, 2017
Yeah if we didn't have women marching with pussy hats there must be something physcolgicaly wrong with us.
— Robert Paulson (@Robert_P1776) October 26, 2017
In a less nagged state? https://t.co/lqD0gmioLP
— The Riot (@ThatRiotShow) October 26, 2017
#StateOfResistance we'd be laughing way less at your pathetic childish actions
— David Ovovsky (@ovovsky) October 26, 2017
"as a nation psychologically?" Doesn't Linda support Sharia law? They throw women like you off high rises for being gay. #JustLookinOut
— Chinstroker 🇺🇸 (@TempoGT) October 26, 2017
Anyone that believes Sarsour values women’s rights needs their head & heart checked. Sharia & women’s rights are incompatible.
— Evans🇺🇸 (@evansmama7) October 26, 2017
Nothing like some good old Islamic suppression of womens rights to make liberals feel good.
— Mark Evans (@H3Aircrew) October 26, 2017
Fighting the patriarchy by following the biggest supporter of the patriarchy is genius.
— not an apologist (@redsocksnpants) October 26, 2017
Weird how no one has marched against Weinstein or Sharia law and FGM….
— 🇺🇸 (@17MAGA76) October 26, 2017
remember how brave and emboldened Judd was at that March when she spoke Kinda curious why she didn’t bring up Weinstein then #Pussyhat
— OBC (@KDudeJames) October 26, 2017
Are you kidding? Self absorbed much? “As a nation”? Women’s March literally persecutes millions of American pro-life women. Just saying. 🙉🙈
— adult human person (@a_spade_a_spade) October 26, 2017
If we didn't have the Women's March I honestly don't think I'd have been able to con you the way I do. There. Fixed it for you.
— Harry Flashman (@LDresselhaus) October 26, 2017
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Oh, hell no. I’d rather listen to Satan read a phonebook.
— Richie (@HarrisRichie) October 26, 2017
I can't imagine a scenario existing that would make me listen. It'd have to be torture. Like waterboarding but with poisonous stupidity. https://t.co/k36kgajJId
— 👻AndBoo Bones💀 (@el_jonesy35) October 26, 2017
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Will Hillary be joining the election anniversary scream-in in Boston? https://t.co/hwR3uBFmoH
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 23, 2017