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Monday, July 9, 2018
AFTER SCOTUS PICK
“If you don’t trust me with my body, why should I trust you with my country?”
Washington, DC– Tonight, in response to his SCOTUS pick, the Agenda Project released a new ad featuring 21 naked women asking President Trump a single question: “If you don’t trust me with my body, why should I trust you with my country?”
Watch the Agenda Project’s new video “TRUST: 21 NAKED WOMEN”
Described by Senator Rand Paul as a “shadowy group of progressive political hitmen,” the Agenda Project is home to some of the most aggressive – and successful – viral videos of the last decade including the legendary Granny Off the Cliff, Republican Cuts Kill, and Stop the Greedy Clown along others.
Erica Payne, founder of the Agenda Project, said:
“As expected, President Trump has used his Supreme Court nomination to ease both his own gynophobia and that of the white male leadership of the faux-Christian movement. By attempting to control the bodies of American women through this nomination, the President hopes to reclaim his fragile grasp on his own clearly waning virility. His mommy issues would be sad if they weren’t so detrimental to the freedom that defines this nation.
The days of coat hangers and back alleys are over. You want a revolution? You got it.”
For further comments or questions, please contact Sasha Grodsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Agenda Project
The Agenda Project Action Fund is dedicated to ensuring that public officials – and the policies they implement – serve regular Americans re. AP Action created some of the most impactful viral videos of the last decade including: Granny Off the Cliff, Republican Cuts Kill, Stop the Greedy Clown, and Romney Girl, among others.
You can find out more at http://agendaproject.org/
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