The protectors of President Donald Trump, special agents of the U.S. Secret Service are said to be investigating the 58-year-old pop singer Madonna after she told the Women’s March on Washington that she had become “mentally obsessed” with the thought of her “blowing up the White House.”
The once prolific singer, who many say turned into a “brand name,” caused controversy by using the “F-word” while appearing on both CNN and MSNBC, two media organizations that have stoked up hatred and dread among some Americans on behalf of the crumbling Democratic Party.
Madonna’ use of profanity has caused a steady-stream of apologies from broadcasters airing the protest live. It was then that Madonna Louise Ciccone began shouting about her extreme anger at Trump beating her “friend” Hillary Clinton on November 8. She forcefully told the crowd she had considered “blowing up the White House’ but knew that it ‘wouldn’t change anything.”
According to the Jim Holt at Gateway Pundit, a Secret Service spokesman said they were had heard about Madonna’s comments and there will be an investigation of a possible terrorist threat against the Commander in Chief.
The actual decision to prosecute or not prosecute the aging recording artist belongs to the new Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has a reputation of refusing to suffer fools such as the Madonna followers and the highly paid protest organizers..
Madonna stated in her impassioned speech: “I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. But I know that this won’t change anything.”
Her appearance and rabble-rousing was met with applause and shouts from the crowd of an estimated half a million people in attendance at Washington’s National Mall.
Madonna also performed two of her hit recordings, Express Yourself and Human Nature, changing one of the lyrics in the latter song to ‘Donald Trump suck a d***’.
“Leave it to the Democrats to bring political conversation into the cesspool. This is a woman who is both a vulgar narcissist and a master propagandist,” said Michael Baker, a GOP political consultant. “She is your typical Hollywood elitist who talks like a hippie, but behave like the Mafia.”
Madonna wasn’t the only superstar to speak at the rally which resembled a sea of protesters in pink knitted beanies with cat ears that had become the unofficial accessory of the march.
Among other stars attending the March were Cher, America Ferrera, Scarlett Johansson, Alicia Keys, and Amy Schumer, whose cousin is New York’s Senator Chuck Schumer, the new minority leader.
A police officer assigned to protecting the protesters said, “It’s hard to believe these people were women. They sounded like a squad of drunken Marines on a weekend pass. Is this where our country is headed?”