Lady Gaga Protested Outside Of Trump Tower This Morning

November 9, 2016 / Posted by:

All it takes is about 0.6 seconds on Twitter to see that many weren’t feeling the fact that America elected a greasy crumpled paper cocktail napkin as President. But Lady Gaga took her upset feelings one step further than social media. Lady Gaga, who campaigned hard for Hillary Clinton, climbed on one of the dozens of sand-filled sanitation trucks that surrounded Trump Tower in NYC very early this morning and protested with a “Love trumps hate” sign. Gaga tweeted the picture above with the caption: “I want to live in a #CountryOfKindness where #LoveTrumpsHate.

Damn, you’ve got to be feeling a whole lot of emotions to touch a sanitation truck. I don’t care if those trucks were hosed down with hot bleach first, there’s still a risk of the back of your hand feeling the slippery flutter of a used condom. And you know Gaga was serious about dealing with her feelings right that second, because she didn’t change into her Joanne uniform of ass-flappin’ cut-offs and titty bib first. Hell, she didn’t even go home and get that tired pink hat, and you know she doesn’t do anything without that hat.

Fear of being that close to trash aside, both literally and figuratively (see: location of the trucks), Lady Gaga did feel her feelings in one of the most suitable ways I can think of. That’s probably not the first time a New Yorker in a tube top has hung off a garbage truck at 2:30am shouting about how some asshole did her girlfriend wrong, and I’m sure it won’t be the last.

Pic: @ladygaga

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