Inauguration Attendees Make Significantly Less Money than Women’s March Attendees
Ryan Fox Squire

How many of the attendees at both events actually voted? I don’t think we’ll ever know the answer to that because people wouldn’t admit to it. But I bet my bottom dollar that the majority of both sets didn’t actually vote — such was the poor voter turnout and general sense of negativity and cynicism that pervaded the election climate —for good reason, I must add.

This is especially true of the anti-Trump crowd, many of whom cast a default vote for Trump by not exercising their right to vote, owing to the popular feeling on the Left that Clinton wasn’t a good candidate for President.

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