Still Wondering What the Protests Were About? Comedian Tim Young went Undercover to Find Out and the Results were Hilarious

Our friend and Liberty Alliance contributor Tim Young recently took to the streets with the Daily Caller’s Katie Fratus to find out exactly what the Women’s march protests were really all about. The results from their day of questions, conversations, and marching were mixed, at best, but not because Tim and Katie didn’t try to get to the bottom of things.

The dynamic duo spent hours marching and talking to many of the participants at of the D.C. Women’s march and the one consistent from their many conversations was that no one could agree what the march was about or why now was the right time to protest. So, no they couldn’t get any answers from the mass of unruly demonstrators… but at least they failed in an entertaining fashion.

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