Women’s rights group to fly anti-Trump banner of multiple college football games

To say that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is making more enemies by the day would be an understatement. In the last year, he has managed to alienate and infuriate Latinos, African-Americans, the mentally handicapped and, of course, women of any age, size or color with his misogynistic and racist comments.

Now, it seems that a women’s rights group will take a shot at Trump since he has been doing that across his bid for the presidency. UltraViolet Action will reportedly fly five anti-Trump banners that read “Trump Says Women R Pigs. Disagree? Vote.” over football games on Saturday.

The group released a statement on their decision and why they want to speak out against Donald Trump.

“Donald Trump is a sexist whose toxic misogynistic rhetoric has no place in our political system – let alone in the White House. Not only does he publicly insult women, he actually brags about it – and this should tell every voter in the country all they need to know about Donald Trump and how he would govern. Trump’s anti-woman history is so long that we couldn’t even fit a small percentage of it onto these planes,” explained Shaunna Thomas, co-founder of UltraViolet Action. “With the first female major party candidate in history going up against the most sexist, bigoted and unqualified candidate in modern history – it is up to voters, especially young people in key swing states to register to vote and make sure that this person never makes it to the White House.”

The banners will reportedly fly over Wisconsin-Michigan, Ohio State-Rutgers, Northwestern-Iowa, SMU-Temple and Virginia-Duke about an hour before game time. It will certainly be interesting to see if this will actually happen on Saturday.

This is just another reason why you should be watching college football on Saturdays.

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