There were around 8,000 protestors swarming the mountain town of Park City, Utah to voice their protest to Trump and call for unity, surpassing the anticipated turnout of expected participants. Driving the gathering was comic Chelsea Handler.

More than 4,200 individuals RSVP’d to the walk, hung on the bustling third day of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in solidarity with the noteworthy ladies’ walks occurring at the same time over the globe. About twice the same number of appeared early Saturday morning regardless of snow gives and sub-solidifying temperatures, as indicated by coordinators. At the eleventh hour, Sundance coordinators scratched off their yearly executive’s informal breakfast because of climate and movement conditions, empowering more producers to take part.

The message of the dissent was to a great extent one of trust and intersectional solidarity, punctuated in a post-walk rally where performer Maria Bello, ” Boys Don’t Cry” executive Kimberly Peirce, former host of “Daily Show” Jessica Williams and extremist Dolores Huerta were among visitor speakers who conveyed awakening discourses.

Ceasing by L.A. Times HQ after the rally, Handler voiced her alert over the Trump organization. “Everyone says Mike Pence is worse. No, Mike Pence is an adult. He might be bad and stand for things I don’t agree with, but he’s an adult male. We’re dealing with a toddler, and that’s not alright. That person [Trump] does not belong in that house”, said Handler.

With VIP buddies McCormack, Charlize Theron, and Aisha Tyler close by, Handler drove the unforeseen of thousands walked down Main Street; at the leader of an ocean of men, ladies, and kids bearing pink caps, American banners, custom made signs, a goliath vagina outfit and a Trump representation on wheels.