A summer of protest against President Trump kicks off June 3 when the national "resistance" group Indivisible is planning a 70-city "March for Truth" to turn up the heat on everything from investigations into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia to the president's refusal to release his tax returns.
The national resistance group Indivisible said, "Let's rise together to call for a fair and impartial investigation into the Trump administration's ties to Russia and demand the pursuit of truth."
The march will also be a starting point for more a more aggressive focus on GOP lawmakers by liberals angered over repealing Obamacare and their support for Trump.
June 3rd is host to several national holidays, including "Love Conquers All Day," and "National Itch Day."
The group's poster for the event reads, "Find a March. Save Democracy."
In some cities, Trump properties will be targeted. Indivisible's march announcement included statements from organizers, including the following from Chicago:
"The Trump sdministration began under a cloud of deception, winning an election tainted by foreign influence. In Chicago, we will stand indivisible in the fight for Truth," said Jason Rieger, founder Indivisible Chicago. "We will rally downtown and march to Trump Tower to push back against the endless barrage of lies emanating from the White House."
Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org