This week, Time Square in New York City lit up live in bright orange hue to honor Donald Trump. The billboard had one simple message: IMPEACH: Here is the text.
IMPEACH! Sign The Petition NEEDIMPEACH.com (Paid for by Tom Steyer) Sign the petition to impeach Trump. Join 2,596,706 signers. NeedToImpeach.com
Via an email sent out to the petition signers, here’s how it happened:
If you happened to be walking around Times Square today, like countless Americans do every day, you may have noticed something:
A brand new Need To Impeach digital billboard, featuring a map and a running count of the 2.5 million Americans (and growing by the second!) who have already signed our petition to impeach Donald Trump.
We launched this billboard in Times Square for a simple reason: The American people, Congress, and President Trump himself need to see the nationwide strength of our movement.
So we’re making a splash that millions of people will see — and we hope you’ll share it far and wide, so folks who aren’t walking around Times Square can see it, too.
Donald Trump continues to taunt rogue nuclear powers, attempt to cut taxes for wealthy corporations, and undermine our nation’s healthcare system. He’s a clear and present danger to the United States.
Enough is enough. Americans across the country are declaring that this president is unfit for office and must be removed.
Tom Steyer is a billionaire whose main mission right now get Donald Trump out of the Oval Office launched his campaign last month. The petition that has been shared widely now has over 2.5 million signatures. You can read more about Steyer HERE’ A 10-second video from accompanied Steyer’s email.
“We need everybody to raise their voice. We need to speak up together and demand an end to his presidency.
Thank you, Tom Steyer. Thank you to the millions who have signed the petition of which I am one. What better way to see your name lit up in Time Square! Hope to see this petition, a people’s protest, exlode. This is just one more form of The Resistance—the American Resistance.
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