Sen. Elizabeth Warren Attends Women’s March & Encourages All To Fight Against Trump (VIDEO)


Saturday at the Women’s March on Boston, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth
Warren called on thousands of protesters to fight back following President Trump’s swearing in as President of the United States.

During the beginning of her speech she riled the crowd up by saying:

‘Yesterday Donald Trump was sworn in as president. (crowd boos) That site is now burned into my eyes forever.’

Warren told the Boston crowd:

‘Decades of systematic racism have kept people of color from having the same opportunities as other Americans through out this country.’

Following that, Warren stated:

‘Now we can whimper, we can whine, or we can fight back. Me, I’m here to fight back.’

Warren took a stand and did not hesitate to remind America that it was for more than just women, but for LGBT, African Americans, and other minorities as well.

‘We come here to stand shoulder-to-shoulder to make clear: We are here! We will not be silent! We will not play dead! We will fight for what we believe in!’

On Saturday protestors in multiple cities not only across America, but across the world, took to the streets to demonstrate against Trump.

Speaking to the crowd in Boston, Warren went on:

‘The fact is that the playing field has been tilted badly in favor of those at the top for a generation now. And now, President Trump and the Republican Congress are ready to ram through laws that will tilt it even harder.’

Warren was a well known critic of Trump throughout the presidential campaign, using Twitter as a platform to diss the then-GOP presidential candidate. Warren has demolished Trump repeatedly, but here are just a few of the tweets from she retaliated against Trump:

‘Is this what keeps you up at night, @realDonaldTrump? Thinking of new & interesting ways to call women fat or ugly or sluts?’

‘Nope, @realDonaldTrump: the only things that keep your mind racing at night are your next racist, sexist tweets & disgusting lies.’

Warren had the crowd going crazy with cheering and applause throughout her entire speech. Now, let us all join Senator Elizabeth Warren in standing up and fighting back — not only for what we believe in, but also to influence the future of the United States of America.

Watch Sen. Warren’s speech at the Women’s March below, via YouTube:

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