President Donald Trump’s camp has responded to the hate-filled speech delivered by Madonna during the Women’s March in Washington. Aside from reports stating that the Secret Service is investigating the singer’s claim to “blow up the White House,” are sources noted that Hillary Clinton-backer George Soros may have also funded the protest.
On Saturday, droves of women led by various liberal celebrities including Katy Perry, America Ferrera, Miley Cyrus, Zendaya, Lena Dunham and Melissa Benoist marched in Washington against Trump’s inauguration.
One of the high-profile attendees of the event, Madonna, even directed her profanity-laced speech at Trump. She also publicly stated that she has thought about bombing the White House, which is a very dangerous statement to make given the number of terrorist threats the country is currently facing.
In response to her speech, Reince Priebus, Trump’s White House Chief of Staff, called Madonna’s statements destructive and noted that the Secret Service might be investigating because of what she said.
“I mean, can you imagine saying that about President [Barack] Obama?” Priebus said according to The Washington Times. “And I read an article or two that the Secret Service may be investigating that.”
Although protesters were lauding the march as a large-scale feminism event, in reality, it was just another anti-Trump movement. More importantly, a revelation made by a former Wall Street Journal reported indicated that the march was clearly politically motivated.
According to Asra Nomani, Soros has ties to over 50 partners of the event. Many of these are organizations that are clearly anti-Trump, such as Planned Parenthood, the National Action Network, MoveOn.org, National Resource Defense Council and the American Civil Liberties Union, according to Zero Hedge.
Soros, who served as one of Clinton’s largest donors during her presidential campaign, may have used his resources to help organize the event and even pay-off protesters to get a huge attendance. It wouldn’t come as a surprise if he used his money and connections to provide financial incentives to the celebrities who attended the event.