Photos: DC Police Officers Wear Anti-Trump Pink Pussy Hats While Working Women’s March With Govt Approval

A D.C. deputy mayor stated approval for two uniformed officers with Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department who were photographed wearing anti-Trump ‘pink pussy hats’ while on the job at the anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington on Saturday.

The photo was posted by Democratic Part activist Dave Stroup.

“We are DC. We resist.”

The ‘pink pussy hats’ were designed by anti-Trump feminists for the march.

Washington, D.C. Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice Kevin Donahue tweeted his approval of the police protesting in uniform against President Trump, writing, “Our @DCPoliceDept are quite fashionable today! These are #dcvalues. #WomensMarch”

Last Fall during the presidential campaign, San Antonio, Texas police officers were disciplined after they were photographed wearing red ‘Make America Great’ Trump hats after escorting Trump to the airport, reported the San Antonio Express.

Nearly two dozen San Antonio police officers have been disciplined for wearing “Make America Great Again” hats with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump just before the candidate boarded his jet after a fundraiser here.

Police Chief William McManus met this week with 23 officers, including six supervisors, to discipline them for violating city policy, which prohibits any city employees from wearing political garb while on duty.”

More photos of DC police in uniform wearing the anti-Trump hats will be added here when found.

“Pussy hat police”, photographed in front of Union Station.

An officer, most like with Metro Transit Police, at the New Carollton, Maryland Metro station photographed wearing a pink pussy hat.

Liberal Washingtonian reporter Benjamin Freed posted photos of D.C. police wearing the pink pussyhats.

“DC cops posted across from White House are wearing pink pussyhats and posing for photos with marchers. Big cheers from crowd. #WomensMarch”

Freedman also wrote up the D.C. police officers wearing the pink hats in an article at Washingtonian.

…The images made for one of the more heartwarming moments of a weekend full of emotional swings. Seeing police officers embracing an element of a rally and march that brought out as many as 600,000 people, according to some estimates, was quite the shift from Friday, when a protest organized by anarchist activists devolved into property destruction. Police arrested about 230 of Friday’s demonstrators, many of whom will be charged with felony rioting. There were no arrests reported at the Women’s March.”

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