[Ed. – Not exactly the rag-tag Tea Party band of 2010 organizing these highly professional protests. Note that LU was one of the first sites to report on the “Indivisible” group and its how-to manual for disrupting townhall meetings.]
A coalition of more than 70 liberal groups coordinated to plan nationwide protests demanding President Donald Trump release his tax returns.
The April 15 protests drew thousands of people in Washington, D.C. ‘Local protests’ took place in 44 states, with international protests in Germany, Japan, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
The protests were organized through a website called TaxMarch.org. The site claims the demonstrations were the result of ordinary Americans, community organizers, advocates, and “people from all walks of life and all backgrounds” holding Trump, his administration, and Congress accountable. …
More than 70 progressive groups were involved in the Tax Day protests, including Media Matters for America, an organization run by longtime Clinton ally David Brock, and Demos, a George Soros-funded group chaired by the daughter of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.).
The progressive groups that took part in the Tax Day protests are listed below.
Stand Up America
A Union of Professionals
American for Tax Fairness