“Ding Dong The Wicked Trump is Melting”“Trump Tower Has Sprung A Leak”Two events were scheduled to take place on Wednesday outside Trump Towers. One Election Anniversary Protest at Trump Tower, and Do or Die Protest at Trump Tower, both of which started around 6:00pm. Now this would be a normal day in the life of NYC and protesting Trump. but two things happened that reminded me and many others just how dirty the opposition can be when attempting to stop those protesting.
Today over 300 took part in the 1st annual “March Against Fur” which took place in New York City. The event began with a rally at the Flatiron building with signs and banners flying high sharing there message of animal rights and human abuse of animals in the fur industry. The rally was soon followed by a march that stretched for 5 blocks at times as the groups made its way though the west village, Washington Square Park and on into Soho, home of Canada Goose and other fur focused stores.
Organized by “UNITED WE DREAM” The group had just gotten word that President Donald Trump was to meet with Senators to discuss a DACA deal. They have said from day one: We need a legislative fix to the ended DACA program — and they refuse to compromise their families’ safety for it. But that’s exactly what Trump is likely to propose at the meeting. The rally is meant to send a message to those Senators attending and President Trump that they won’t compromise.
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Selecting a term
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