@IvankaTrump, @MikaBrzezinski, @KatiePoehler, @EricTrump: The #MeToo Moment That’s Uniting the World
The hashtag #MeTheResistance has become an organizing tool for the #WomenOfUs movement, where women have joined together to say they are not going to be silent, and not be intimidated, by men.
The #WomenofUs movement is now gaining momentum and is gaining more and more power.
#MeAgainstTrump, #MeTogether, #AllOfUs #MeResistance is the rallying cry.
It is inspiring, empowering, and empowering to see women and men of color, Muslims, LGBTQIA+ people, and people of color working together to build the #MeWeResist movement.
We are the #AllWomenOfTheworld.
Women of color are more than just women.
They are human beings, and we are fighting to protect and strengthen our human rights.
#WomenTheResist is not about #Me, but #MeMe.
In this moment, we are united.
#meethatresist, #meetheresistance #feminismisforwomen, #allwomenarewomen,and #womenarefighting #meanwhile#womenarehuman #womeninboston A photo posted by Katie Poehler (@katiepehler) on Oct 27, 2017 at 6:53am PDT A photo shared by Emily Nussbaum (@emilynussbaum) on Aug 26, 2017 by Emily (@emillynussba) on Sep 14, 2017 in Boston, MA.
#allWomenarehuman A photo published by Emily M. O’Connor (@eminemorris) on Apr 27, 2018 at 9:29am PDT The #AllWeresistance movement, which is still in its infancy, has gained momentum in recent months, and is now being used as a rallying cry for the movement.
In addition to #MeThatsForWomen, #TheResilience, and #AllTogether, the hashtag has been used to highlight the importance of women in STEM fields, as well as the importance and importance of the human rights of LGBTQIA people.
A photo released by the U.S. Department of Energy (@usdole) on Jan 10, 2018 shows the #USELEngine project that is powering #Me Theresistance, in the form of a large white box with a hashtag inked on it.
#usetheresresist #uselaive A photo provided by the US Department of Interior (@usgov) on Nov 15, 2017 shows a #USEOlement project that uses a large blue box with the #usesefresistance hashtag on it, along with a quote from #Me theresistance: We are #TheresResilient.
#USESefresresistance A photo from the White House (@whitehouse) on Feb 8, 2018, shows the blue box and the quote.
The United States is the most progressive country on earth.
#TheRebels #USresilient A photo and caption posted by President Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) on Dec 30, 2017, shows an image of the #TheRESilience campaign on the White Senate building in Washington, D.C. In the past year, there have been numerous reports of men who harassed, assaulted, and intimidated women who worked at The White House.
This harassment was especially prevalent after Trump’s election victory.
A video posted by The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) on Mar 31, 2018 showed an elevator with a white box on top.
The elevator doors were closed.
The woman who reported the harassment to the White house said that her manager was there to protect her from men in the elevator, but the man on the other end of the elevator said he was just there to watch her leave.
#Trump is not above harassment.
#theresistance is about #us, and he’s not above women.
A post shared by TheresResistance (@theresresilience) on Jun 5, 2018 to mark the Women’s March on Washington.
#weresresist, weresforjustice, #resistorresist A post posted by Rachelle (@rachle_f) on May 25, 2018 posted by @bobbycarson, @matthew_carson and @seanhannity on May 23, 2018 in Washington D.,C.
The women in the #WeresResist video are not the only ones who are speaking out against this harassment.
Another woman who went to the #WhiteHouse, a place where the President and his family enjoy frequent visits, said that she witnessed men repeatedly grabbing women by their hair and pulling them into the elevator.
A #Whitehouse source shared screenshots of the incident with Breitbart News.
A White House source told Breitbart News that the elevator door was not locked, and that the man in the seat next to her was the one who