Madonna had a simple message for any detractors of Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington:
Here’s FOX News on her threatening words:
Madonna spoke to the crowd — estimated at over 500,000 people — before performing at the march, held the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
“Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. But I know that this won’t change anything,” the singer said. -FOX
When does our intelligence agency consider a threat about wanting to blow up the White House to be a serious matter? If for instance, an aging irrelevant hag who’s looking for attention tells a crowd of hundred of thousands that she dreams of blowing up the White House, is that considered a legitimate threat? At what point are threats taken seriously? Even though Madonna was likely not serious (we’re giving her the benefit of the doubt here) about blowing up the White House, what about that unhinged woman in the crowd (of which there are tens of thousands) who may take what Madonna dreams of doing very seriously and then decides to take matters into her own hands? What about the influence her words may have on these seriously unhinged and unstable women?