January 22, 2017
It was all a misunderstanding.
She’s really just a helpless woman, you see. And you cannot punish women for crimes. They’re completely helpless, you see.
Having the same rights as men DOES NOT mean having the same responsibilities as men or being held to the same standards of behavior legally.
Madonna defended her fiery speech about President Donald Trump on Sunday, saying her words were “taken wildly out of context.”
The singer directed her anger at Trump during a speech at the Women’s March in Washington on Sunday. She told the crowd that she had at times been angry after the election and had thought “an awful lot about blowing up the White House.”
Madonna took to Instagram to try to clarify what she was trying to say. She said she was attempting to express there are two ways to respond to Trump’s election: with hope or with outrage. She said she hopes to effect change “with love.”
Murders of love.
Madonna wrote that she doesn’t promote violence and people should listen to her speech “in its entirety rather than one phrase taken wildly out of context.”
Madonna’s speech contained numerous vulgar words, including dropping an f-bomb before giving some “advice” to Trump.
Yeah, well, it might have been vulgar, but I can tell you this: she’s no Ashley Judd.
Here’s Madonna’s speech, where you can get the context and clearly see that she was talking about love explosions at the White House.