Citizen Journalism Project
New York, July 5
Live 4th of July Flash Mob Impeachment Protest at the White House
تم نشره بواسطة Americans Against Trump في 4 يوليو، 2017
A flash mob of slightly over 500 people gathered Tuesday afternoon outside the White House, where they sang a well-known protest song from Les Miserables to protest President Donald J. Trump. The protesters, who reached at White House upon appeal of a group called Americans Take Action, sang “Do You Hear the People Sing?” The song is considered the most famous theatrical protest song in musical theatre history.
Organizers said that the event was “a reminder to Mr. Trump that every day the resistance grows stronger, and the people of the United States demand his impeachment”.
“Bring your friends and family to show the Trump regime that we reject his reckless incompetence, his treasonous collusion with Russia, and heartless attempt to kick 22 million people off their health care. Join us to show your support for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, government of, for and by the people, and show tunes! #RESIST Below is an event schedule:12:00: Gather in Lafayette park to receive props and flags12:30: Flash mob begins at the White House1:30: Flash mob is finished, enjoy your Independence Day! #RESIST,” the organizer said in an appeal made a day before the flash mob protest.
Tuesday’s protest, organized on 4th July when America became independent, is the latest in a series of nationwide protests to occur in the US since President Trump took office earlier this year.
Fresh calls to remove Trump have been looked meaningfully as a small group of lawmakers are pushing for a bill that would pave the way to register impeachment motion against Trump.