350.org Wants 500k To Protest Trump

I wonder what the carbon footprint is on this?

(Times Weekly) Meanwhile, 350.org, an advocacy group committed to building a global grassroots (WT: by grassroots, they mean bought and paid for by the usual leftist subjects) climate movement, has pledged to spend January fighting to derail Trump’s anti-environment cabinet picks. The group organized a “national day of action” on January 9, targeting key Senators who say they recognize the threat of climate change, but haven’t yet come out against Trump’s EPA nominee Scott Pruitt and other climate change deniers in the cabinet. 350.org is also delivering petitions to the Trump transition team signed by tens of thousands of Americans opposing Pruitt as well as Exxon’s Rex Tillerson, Trump’s Secretary of State nominee. Come spring, 350.org hopes to turn out 500,000 or more sympathizers at the People’s Climate Mobilization, a march on Washington, DC scheduled for April 29, 2017.

So, kill lots of trees for the petitions, then try and get all those people to take fossil fueled trips to DC to protest the use of fossil fuels. And, of course, while there will surely be just a fraction of the people they want, those in attendance will leave the place a trash pit. Because they love the environment or something.

Another way activists are rallying support for the environment is by ramping up efforts to get universities across the country to divest from fossil fuel investments. The Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Network is organizing student walkouts at college campuses across the country on January 23 “to resist and reject the climate denial” of the incoming Trump administration.

Interestingly, these same people mostly won’t give up their own use of fossil fuels. And, will be shocked I’d divest happens and their school costs skyrocket.

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