Internet ERUPTS After People See EPIC Thing In Sky At Women’s March- SPREAD THIS

Trump skywriting

Imagine being a radical feminist and looking up to see the name of your nemesis mocking you from the sky. For participants in the Women’s March in one city, however, that’s exactly what happened. And it is one of the best examples of trolling we’re ever seen.

You would think when you hear about an incident of Trump skywriting that triggers a bunch of liberals, it would have happened somewhere in America. However, we have to travel overseas to see it happen.

According to a report in, someone paid to have the new President’s name emblazoned in the sky over the Women’s March in Sydney, Australia. Yes, snowflake feminists in Australia are upset too, apparently. The picture above was tweeted out by Nikki Bradley.

Here are the details from RT:

Skywriters emblazoned “Trump” high in the sky over a sunny Sydney as approximately 10,000 people took part in a march in support of women’s rights.

The Sydney march was part of a worldwide series of demonstrations calling for the protection of civil liberties in the wake of Donald Trump’s inauguration as president of the United States. Well over one million people around the world attended marches, with the largest taking place in Washington, DC.

The job was carried out by Skywriting Australia at a cost of $4,000. A spokesperson for the company told The Guardian that the clients, who wanted to remain anonymous, specifically wanted the message to appear during the Women’s March.

Here’s another picture, tweeted out by Hektik Hektor.

Trump skywriting

Now that is some epic trolling. It’s nice to see Donald Trump has made talking smack great again.

Tell us what you think about the Trump skywriting trolling the Women’s March in the comments below!


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