To no one’s surprise Madonna showed up at the “women’s march” in Washington over the weekend. Most people in the real world don’t pay much attention to Madonna for a good reason, she really doesn’t have much to say.
She had a lot to say on Saturday speaking to a gathering of primarily old, dried up, rich, socialist, white women. Because the mainstream media shares their politics, the “march” got lots of attention and apparently some of really wasn’t wanted.
Here’s what Madonna had to say on Saturday.
“I’m angry. And yes, I have thought a lot about blowing up the White House.”
So much for…
… that foolishness, we didn’t believe it from that crowd in the first place.
Please note the cheering from the crowd when she said she wanted a blow up the White House. I’m pretty sure if Madonna had put in a call to her friends at Hamas and showed up with explosive vests she would’ve had any trouble handing them out.
It turns out that talking about blowing up the White House may be one of the top 50 stupidest things Madonna has ever said. If a was anybody else who would said it, it would’ve been the top one or two but Madonna has a lot of stupid history.
It turns out the Secret Service, not a particularly fun group of guys unless there in South America and have access to hookers, were not pleased with Madonna’s mouth. They are conducting an investigation.
Needless to say the obnoxious b*tch looks like a Michael Jackson moon walk walking her statement back. She’s insisting that her remarks were taken “wildly out of context.” Really. That’s what she’s insisting.
“I want to clarify some very important things. I am not a violent person, I do not promote violence and it’s important people hear and understand my speech in its entirety rather than one phrase taken wildly out of context.” That was a Madonna Instagram post on Sunday.
An official said that Madonna statement will be evaluated for its seriousness. “It’s all about intent. Is she intending to do harm to the White House or President Trump? Otherwise it will be characterized as inappropriate. If it’s characterized as inappropriate, then there won’t be any discussions with the U.S. attorney. If it’s determined that there is intent on her part, then there will be discussions with the U.S. attorney and they’ll take it from there.”
We can only hope.
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