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Nancy Pelosi Falsely Claims Women’s March Was Peaceful

During House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s weekly press briefing Wednesday, she claimed that the Women’s Marches that occurred in Washington, D.C. and across the world on Saturday were “peaceful.”

“This weekend millions of Americans gathered across the country in an awesome peaceful show of power in support of women’s rights and women’s health, among other things,” Pelosi told reporters.

However, many speakers at the Women’s March gave profanity-laced rants.

In Canada, a man who was participating in the Women’s March punched a female reporter in the face while she was attempting to ask questions.

The Blaze reported that the Students for Life marchers were spat on, and that one pro-abortion marcher attempted to burn a hole through one of their banners with a cigarette.

While USA Today reports:

“I did not feel safe at all.” Reagan Barklage, the western regional director for Students for Life of America, agreed. “One of our girls was spit at, someone tore my sign in multiple pieces, we had people just yell at us but the main response was people just said ‘my body my choice’ when they walked past us,” she said.

Superstar Madonna even told the crowd that she has thought about blowing up the White House, something that the secret service is now investigating.