Alyssa Milano, Other Celebs Attack Trump During Women’s March [VIDEO]
Celebrities like Alyssa Milano, Amber Tamblyn, Patricia Arquette and others used Women’s March 2018 to attack President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday.
“So Donald Trump’s name may not be on the ballot this year but here is what is on the ballot, our constitution, our rights, protection, equality and justice, our lives,” the 45-year-old actress shouted from the stage at a rally in Atlanta, Georgia that was part of nationwide demonstrations against Trump’s policies and in favor of women’s equality.
Speaking now… #womensmarch2018#powertothepolls https://t.co/WAEVTWRoLy
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) January 20, 2018
“Women’s lives are at risk without Roe,” she added without providing any proof that the president has plans to overturn it. “And believe me, Mike Pence wants a country without Roe.”
“Voting is how we prove that our country is so much bigger and kinder than one man that is in the White House,” she continued. “The good news is that in a democracy like ours, the real power is not with him, it is with you. Let me tell you, we’ve got a whole lot more love and hope on our side than they have ass holes.”
Actress Amber Tamblyn took a jab at the president with a picture on Instagram. In the shot, she’s pregnant with a sign behind her that read, “Trump, I’m eight years old and have better manners and less tantrums than you. Sad!”
The caption next to the shot read, “One year ago today, against doctor’s orders, I marched in DC fully pregnant. My friend’s kids made the signs behind me, which still ring true today. This morning, I march in NYC for all my sisters working to change this world and make it a safer, better place to live in. Today I march for my sisters of color, of disability, of LGBTQ and every woman who has ever been threatened, silenced, bullied or maginalized. I march for the history of my mother. And the future of my daughter. #WomensMarch2018.”
One year ago today. My friend’s kids made the posters behind me, which still ring true today. This morning I march for the history of my mothers. I march for the future of my daughter. #WomensMarch2018 pic.twitter.com/hlmUnz67Cy
— Amber Tamblyn (@ambertamblyn) January 20, 2018
here is my entire “A Story Like Mine” poem from today’s #WomensMarch2018 in NYC tw: rape / assault. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/l3fji73woM
— h (@halsey) January 20, 2018
— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) January 20, 2018
Other celebrities expected to speak at events across the country include Olivia Munn, Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Allison Janney, and Viola Davis among others.