CLAIM: Madonna Comments to be Investigated by Secret Service

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The Women’s March drew over a half a million protesters in Washington DC on Saturday but not one arrest was made.   This is in stark contrast to the protesting that went on during the inauguration on Friday where more than 230 people have been arrested to date.

The Women’s March turned out to be so much larger than it expected.  “Despite the massive crowds, no arrests were made,” Washington D.C. Homeland Security Director Christopher Geldart told NBC News.

However, despite there being no arrests made, the women did leave thousands of protest signs all over the city, including in front of President Trump’s new hotel (see photos below).

There was one incident at the march that is sparking an investigation according to the website Gateway Pundit.  During her speech, the singer songwriter Madonna told the women marchers that she thinks about blowing up the White House.  The Gateway Pundit is reporting the Secret Service is aware of the comment and will be investigating.

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