The National Impeachment Protest 1-19-19

Trump is wreaking havoc on our country. He’s essentially declared war on immigrants, low-income and working class people, people of color, indigenous communities, women, LGBTQ communities, Muslims, organized labor, and many more of our friends and neighbors.

Where and when will we Protest?
We will begin with a call to action at 2p.m. on January 19th after the Women’s March . The address is: The White House which is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. It is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.

Can I bring a poster/sign?
YES! Just make sure that there are no metal or wood posts to hold it up. Cardboard and Paper only, please.

Do you have a permit to Protest?
No, we are not applying for a permit.

What to wear?
It will be cold but we are encouraging all protesters to wear something warm and BLUE!

People Demand Action and National Organization for Change
Date of Event:
Saturday, 19 January, 2019
Time of Event:
The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, District of Columbia 20500
Washington, District of Columbia

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How did >President Trump< declare war on the lower and middle class? It must have been the tax cuts and jobs act that he signed, lowering the standard deduction and raising credits to put more money into the pockets of middle class families. Are you even educated on what you are protesting?!?

Concerned Citizen - former Republican
Concerned Citizen - former Republican

Another damn fool that took the bait and does not fully understand the tax act shall only benefit corporates and people making over 500k . It eliminates personal exemptions. Before the Act, taxpayers subtracted $4,150 from income for each person claimed. As a result, some families with many children will pay higher taxes despite the Act’s increased standard deductions.