Despite the driving momentum of the Sanders’ camp during the Democratic primary, established politician Hillary Clinton has all but clinched the nomination. \
This has left many liberals upset and demoralized. They view Hillary as just another washed up, bought-and-sold Washingto insider, who is incapable of bringing the kind of reform they believe this country needs.
So many of them have decided to protest, in the most radical way yet.
From The American Mirror:
Cheri Honkala, head of Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, is organizing the world’s largest ‘fart-in’ to be held on July 28 at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center during Hillary Clinton’s anticipated Democratic nomination acceptance speech.
“We will be holding a massive bean supper for Bernie Sanders delegates on American Street in my Kensington neighborhood on the afternoon of July 28,” Honkala says, TruthDig reports.
“We are setting up a Clintonville there, modeled on the Hoovervilles of the 1930s where the poor and unemployed built shanty towns. The Sanders delegates, their bellies full of beans, will be able to return to the Wells Fargo Center and greet the rhetorical flatulence of Hillary Clinton with the real thing.”
I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a smellier form of protest. Is flatulence considered protected free speech? I guess we will all find out, though the attendees at the convention will have the displeasure of discovering first hand.
Apparently this idea was originally floated by leftist activist Saul Alinsky in the 1960’s. Although his fart-in to protest leaders of Rochester, New York was never realized, this new fartastrophe has real legs.
Isn’t this the most appropriate form of criticism of the hot air Hillary has spewed over the last year? She claims to be an advocate for liberals, women, and minorities everywhere. Yet many leftists see her smoke screen for what it really is. Their choice of protest is so very fitting.
Every liberal that chooses to attend the event better bring a gas mask, or at the very least, a vomit bag.
Source: The American Mirror