On Saturday, Hollywood actress Ashley Judd publicly read a poem at the Women’s March in Washington D.C. You see, reading a poem is a noble thing unless you decide to accuse people, especially the president, especially for something only the sickest people on the planet are capable of.


Judd took to the stage at the event following filmmaker Michael Moore to read a poem sent to her by a 19-year-old woman from Tennessee, the actress’ home state.

“I am a nasty woman,” Judd read to dramatic effect, referring to Trump’s comments about Hillary Clinton during the presidential campaign.
The poem harangued Trump as a racist, sexist, and homophobe. Among many complaints, it made reference to the controversy over the Confederate flag in many southern states and to conservatives’ pro-life stance. The poem, written by Nina Donovan, also included overt sexual jabs at Trump. (h/t)

“I am not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, like your wet dreams infused with your own genes,” Judd read, referring to Ivanka, Trump’s oldest daughter.

During Trump’s presidential campaign, dozens of Liberal journalists have tried to downgrade Trump using his close relationship with his daughter Ivanka.

Judd, who is one of the stars in 2014’s “Dolphin Tale 2,” considered challenging Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell in the 2014 election. She decided against running after she was unable to generate support from party leaders.