Americans Take Action is a network of populists who believe that the American government should represent we the people once again, that the economy should work for all of us, and that the internet should remain free and open for generations to come.
Americans Take Action is working every day to restore free and fair elections in America so that every citizen has the freedom to vote and votes matter more than dollars in elections once again. We also are working to create a purpose-driven economy where all work is respected and rewarded, as well as ensuring that the internet remains free and open for generations to come.
Americans Take Action is a force-multiplier for all of these campaigns, raising the level of active support among the American population for any number of potential solutions to the problem of corruption in government, an economy that’s not working, and threats to internet freedom. Through the use of new online organizing technology as well as old-school organizing tactics, we will help drive attention and activism toward a growing list of coalition partners, who’ve all joined the fight to save democracy in America.
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”.
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.
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