With the anniversary of the election of Donald Trump to the presidency only a little over two weeks way on November 8, how are you planning to commemorate that momentous event? Well, for thousands of Social Justice Warriors who still can't accept the notion of a President Trump the answer seems to be to scream helplessly at the sky. I kid you not. In fact they have named their event "Scream Helplessly at the Sky."
The idea for this event originated in Boston but has spread to other parts of the country where we can fully expect to see media coverage of it. NBC Boston provides us with the details of the upcoming "Scream Helplessly at the Sky" event. However, before we read that, let us look at a video of some really helpless sky screaming from Inauguration Day which all the November 8 event participants must measure their helpless sky screams against:
Still frustrated about the results of the 2016 presidential election? Looks like you're not alone.
An event being advertised on Facebook urges people to gather on the Boston Common on Nov. 8, 2017 to "scream helplessly at the sky" on the anniversary of last year's election.
The event is slated for 6 p.m. Nearly 4,000 people have already RSVP'd and 30,000 more say they're interested.
"Come express your anger at the current state of democracy, and scream helplessly at the sky," the Facebook event reads.
"Scream Helplessly at the Sky" should be way overmatched in terms of participation by "Laugh Hilariously at the Screen" when this event appears on the television news.
The Boston event was posted by two local residents, and has since spawned imitators across the country, including Philadelphia; Austin, Texas; and even one at Trump Tower in Chicago.
More than 100 people have already commented on the Facebook page for the Boston event.
"I will show up even if I am by myself," said David Thomas. "I hope that you will join me in helplessly yelling into the sky."
Yes, join David in screaming helplessly at the sky so we can laugh hilariously at your antics.
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