Pink ‘Vagina’ Hat Protesters Try To Cross Jesse James — BIG Mistake With Surprise He Has For Them!

This weekend, thousands upon thousands of women descended upon Washington, D.C. to protest Donald Trump’s presidency. They pretended as if they made some kind of huge difference by marching, but the truth is, the march had no concrete goal, and nothing was actually achieved from the march. Yet all of these people were able to take time off for a march that was basically meaningless, and for what? So they could pat themselves on the back and pretend they accomplished something?

Well, at least one person is calling them out.

Jesse James is a television personality who is best known for his business, West Coast Choppers. He wanted to know why these women didn’t put their time and efforts towards something that mattered… that could actually make a difference.


Imagine that. Imagine if they had taken all of this energy and effort, that was funneled into a pointless march, and put it towards helping people in need. But no, instead they marched on Washington so they could feel special.

Jesse James isn’t the only one fed up with the marchers, either. This video has people cheering on an anonymous man who put the whiners right in their place:


Typical liberals, happy to interrupt and inconvenience people… the people responsible enough to keep working and studying, rather than blowing off their jobs to throw a glorified temper tantrum for a few days. Maybe next time, the loudmouths will think of the other people around them, who might not appreciate having their day ruined by the endless screeching and whining.

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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