President Trump faced a vocal protester on his way to a Senate GOP lunch on Tuesday in the midst of his ongoing feud with Sen. Bob Corker.
Ryan Clayton of Americans Take Action asked Jared Kushner to sign a Russian flag, after Kushner testified in a closed door meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee on July 24
On July 4th, resistance activists sang the songs of angry men and nasty women outside of the White House to celebrate Independence Day and demand the impeachment of Trump.
As President Trump criticized the media during a rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on his 100th day in office, Ryan Clayton and Jason Charter from Americans Take Action waved Russian flags.
Not long after the Nats finished off a 4-2 win over the visiting Marlins, protesters from Americans Take Action hung a large “Impeach Trump” banner from the observation deck on the first base side.
Jason Charter and Ryan Clayton of Americans Take Action distribute Russian flags emblazoned with Trump’s name to unwitting CPAC attendees.
Ryan Clayton assaulted during infiltration of Trump Ally James O’Keefe event.
As Donald Trump took the oath of office, six protesters stood up, raised their fists and began shouting the preamble to the Constitution, which begins, “We the people.” Their shirts together spelled “R-E-S-I-S-T.”
The counter-sting, carried out by The Undercurrent and Americans Take Action, managed to surreptitiously record elements of O’Keefe’s network offering huge sums of money to progressive activists if they would disrupt the ceremony and “put a stop to the inauguration”.
Protesters with Americans Take Action interrupt Vice President Joe Biden as he certifies the Electoral College results during a joint session of Congress.
“If Putin picked our President, not We the People, then Trump must be rejected by the Electoral College,” said Ryan Clayton, a spokesman for the group Americans Take Action.
On December 17-19th, 2016, over 10,000 Americans gathered at state capitals across the country for candlelight vigils and rallies, asking Electors to vote their conscience and reject Donald Trump when the Electoral College officially elected the President on December 19.
Martin Sheen, Debra Messing, Bob Odenkirk, and fifteen other celebrities implore Republican members of the Electoral College to vote their conscience on December 19th.
Born from Hamilton’s words in Federalist 68, the Hamilton Electors campaign was officially launched to oppose Donald Trump in the Electoral College.
The first protest against President Donald Trump starts tonight at his victory party in NYC."To resist is to create. To create is to resist." – Stephane Hessel Posted by TYT Politics on Tuesday, November 8, 2016