On March 11, 2017, actress Ashley Judd wrote on her Facebook page about a “scary” experience she had that day with an “angry,” “aggressive,” “hostile” and “menacing” Trump supporter — “an older man with white hair”.
What did that horrible Trump supporter do to Judd?
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Here is Judd’s account of the “scary” encounter she had with a Trump supporter:
I’d like to share with you and experience I had today. It’s uncomfortable and scary for me and I have a hunch that some of you have had experiences like it. It may be attempting to put me in a different position as a so called public person, and the reminder is, like all of us, I’m just human and navigating this at times terrifyingly polarized post election climate.
The man was not rude or disrespectful or menacing, and most certainly did not verbally abuse, physically attack or rape Judd.
As for Judd’s lamentation about how the “terrifyingly polarized post election climate” has made “public spaces” “not nice” and “intimidating,” she needs look no further than her own conduct.
At the Women’s March on Washington a day after the inauguration of President Trump, calling herself a “nasty woman,” Judd ranted that Trump “bathes in Cheeto dust” and called him a “Hitler” with a toupee instead of a mustache, who appoints “Nazis” to his cabinet and whose “favorite sex symbol” is his daughter, Ivanka, about whom he has “wet dreams“.
Judd is right about one thing: She really is a nasty woman.
H/t Fix This Nation