Who Says Protest Doesn’t Work?

I certainly hope all of the protesting done in the United States has a positive outcome for our citizens. I won’t be bullied by an orange haired nitwit!

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In recent months we have seen a number of protests in the U.S., from the Women’s March on January 21st, to the People’s Climate March on April 29th, and most recently the March for Truth on June 3rd. Some have said these protests accomplish nothing, but I have disagreed, and today I have proof that organized protests DO sometimes make enough waves to bring about change.

uk-petition.jpgIn January, just a week after Trump’s inauguration, UK Prime Minister Theresa May invited Trump to make a state visit to the UK later this year, which he gladly accepted.  However, the good citizens of the UK do not want Donald Trump to visit … understandably.  Early on, citizens and members of Parliament called for May to rescind her invitation, which she refused to do. In February, a petition circulated and was signed by more than 1.8 million…

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22 thoughts on “Who Says Protest Doesn’t Work?

  1. I agree. The majority of the country polls progressive. We progressives have to start acting like it. It does matter. We need to be vocal, to not be intimidated, to not let ourselves get shouted down. I refuse to let the other side say they are more patriotic as they don’t know what that means. It doesn’t mean blind obedience. We need to refuse to play nice when the other side won’t. Make America great again, it already was great. Make it great again by what, by letting thugs rule the streets? Hugs

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