Look: Come on, Nasty! The DC Women's March Is Already Much Larger in Size Than Trump's Inauguration

Demonstrators protest on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the Women's march on January 21, 2017.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters spearheaded by women's rights groups demonstrated across the US to send a defiant message to US President Donald Trump. / AFP / Andrew CABALLERO-REYNOLDS        (Photo credit should read ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Look: Come on, Nasty! The DC Women's March Is Already Much Larger in Size Than Trump's Inauguration

The National Mall has been filled with more than 250,000 protesters and well over 2 million are marching worldwide.

Published January 21, 2017

There’s not a better retaliation to Donald Trump’s inauguration than a much larger crowd of detractors marching in the exact same place a day later.

That’s what the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., is becoming. In Washington alone, the numbers who’ve shown out for the march on the National Mall have already outdone the attendance for Trump’s swearing in. And it’s still building.

Hundreds of other marches all across America and the world are in direct retaliation to Trump’s non-inclusive message, and if there’s anything that makes him angry, it’s feeling small.

Organizers say the event’s primary focus is to promote equal rights for women and to defend other groups who are marginalized.

“The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world, that women's rights are human rights,” the group’s website says.

There are 673 official sister marches with more than two million additional people estimated to be participating. The marches are obviously showing that The Donald’s election is not a mandate and that hopefully any bigoted action coming from his campaign will be met with heavy resistance.

Twitter is flexing with pictures of the crowd sizes. Most are in Washington, however crowds in St. Louis, New York, Denver, Boston, London, Brussels and Paris look to be enormous. Check out some of the biggest crowds below.

  1. Washington D.C.
  2. St. Louis
  3. New York
  4. Indianapolis
  5. Denver
  6. Boston
  7. Brussels
  8. paris
  9. london
  10. nashville
  11. los angeles
  12. manchester

Written by Paul Meara



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