Today in Tha Wire Beyoncé issues a call to action joining the likes of Katy Perry, Cher, Madonna and millions of women across the country for, The Women's March On Washington, in protest to what's being called Trump's illegitimate presidency. Some serious GIRL POWER is gonna get some prime-time as the first multi-million WOMAN march is scheduled to go down on Capitol Hill at 10 a.m. Saturday morning.

The superstar took to Facebook yesterday and publicly announced her support for the first of many scheduled anti-trump marches and protests.  This on the foothills of news the 45th President of The United States had a lot of help getting in the Oval Office.  A position, he may have to give-up if the ongoing investigation prove he or his advisors were in on the already confirmed Russian hacking of the presidential election.

Agencies involved in the unpreceded probe include are the FBI, the CIA, the National Security Agency, the Justice Department, the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and representatives of the director of national intelligence, not to mention the former POTUS himself President Barack Obama.  Well he did say...he ain't going nowhere remember?

Hollywood is joining the fight in widespread protests in our nations capital demanding justice. Thursday stars like Alec Baldwin, Rosie Perez, Robert De Niro, Al Sharpton, Michael Moore and many more joined some 25,000 protesters at the anti-Trump “We Stand United” rally near Trump Tower in New York City.

Back on the The Women's March On Washington tomorrow, Beyoncé sent an empowering message to her millions of Facebook followers saying,

 "We can make our voices heard and turn awareness into meaningful action and positive change."

CNN reports tomorrow's march has grown into what could be one of the larger political demonstrations in DC.  Reportedly there are already more than 600 "sista marches" planned to take place around the country.  Stay tuned to The People's Station 107 Jamz, 2017 is gonna be interesting!