Nearly a million women have descended upon Washington D.C. today to protest for women's rights amidst the election of Donald Trump. The women were not marching alone, however, as WWE Smackdown LIVE superstar, Dolph Ziggler showed up to cover the event on his Facebook page.
After the election, Ziggler took to his Twitter account to attempt to start a neutral discussion on the state of the country, but received mixed results.
serious Q, when recount is done & electoral college votes in #PEOTUS we all try to work together OR— Dolph Ziggler (@HEELZiggler) December 6, 2016
"not your president" so nah?
@ageofthefever never publicly supported a candidate. I, personally want to work toward eliminating racism, sexism, etc. discussion is key— Dolph Ziggler (@HEELZiggler) December 6, 2016
@patdsez what ends that I like, do you know of? Protesting is great. When it's over keep protesting til 2020? Or go to work on country?— Dolph Ziggler (@HEELZiggler) December 6, 2016
Regardless of what side of the aisle you fall on, it's refreshing to see a high profile WWE superstar attempt to use his celebrity to bridge the gap, and there's no better way to do that than to be on the front lines.
You can check back in with Dolph on his Facebook page, here.
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