Comedian Tim Young’s Epic Day at the D.C. Women’s March (Must See Video)

A couple of days ago we brought you the sanitized for mainstream consumption version of our good friend and accomplished comedian Tim Young spending the day hanging out with the protesters at the Women’s March on D.C.

Tim and his friend from the Daily Caller, Katie Fratus, spent hours meandering among the unwashed masses who were protesting God knows what, and they came away with a short video that captured the seedy and illogical underbelly of the women’s march. However, because the Daily Caller was worried about injuring the sensibilities of their readers, they only aired a short and sanitized segment of the video from the day.

Thankfully, Tim Young held on to the rest of the day’s recording and he has something very special for and Liberty Alliance readers… a longer and far more colorful version of the day’s events.

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This should go without saying, but let me spell it out anyway — the below video is not safe for all ears.

In fact, let’s just say it’s NSFW and you really shouldn’t let your kids listen in.

Here it is, comedian Tim Young mixing it up with the idiots who marched for nothing at Saturday’s “Women’s March” in D.C.

Also, you should do yourself a favor and follow Tim on your favorite social networks:

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And you can catch his show, Here’s the Thing, live every Wednesday night on, for example, this Facebook page: 🇺🇸

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