The biggest assembly of people in protest in the history of our country was in reaction to this president getting elected. It took that long for women to mass in those numbers. Women have been getting the short end of the stick forever in this country. It took two-hundred-and-thirty-some years to do what they did a year ago [Saturday] and I hope that’s the beginning of something. That that this is sort of the death rattle.
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