According to reports, a plethora of political activists and celebrities are heading out of their homes to protest the policies of Donald Trump’s administration, in what activists have called the 600 Families Belong Together rally.
Following the news of their collaboration, activists and public figures have used their voices to support the protest. One of the most prominent of them includes the social media pundit, Chrissy Teigen, and her husband, John Legend, who will rear their heads in the streets of LA to march.
Piper Perabo, a Hollywood actress, has been crowdsourcing and sharing photos on social media from marches all around the United States.
There are 600+ #FamiliesBelongTogether events happening TOMORROW. I’ll be speaking and introducing @johnlegend in downtown LA. Text BELONG to 97779 to join. Find an event near you this weekend: https://t.co/j7ifhy0e1c #FreeFamilies
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 30, 2018
As it was previously reported, Donald Trump and his administration sparked the ire of activists and public figures alike, with many people taking to Twitter to protest him and his government’s decision to separate people from their children at the United States and Mexico border.
However, interestingly enough, some have criticized the fact that Donald Trump has already signed an executive order to stop the result of his policy, rendering their activism almost unnecessary, due to the fact that it’s already been taken care of.
Either way, if the reports are correct, there have been around 2,200 migrants separated at the border from their children.
It’s shaping up to be one of his most hotly contested policies this year, with the exception of the allegations of infidelity with Stormy Daniels, whereby the president supposedly had his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, pay her an amount of $130,000 to keep quiet about their supposed affair while his wife, Melania, was pregnant with their son Barron Trump.
According to multiple reports, Cohen paid Daniels in the middle of Trump’s campaign for the presidency back in 2016, making it a crime for Trump to run while doing so. However, some have pointed that the Democratic National Convention rigged the primaries so that Hillary Clinton would win, which is also highly immoral and suspect.