Climate Hippies TRASH the Environment After Their Earth-Muffin March

This past weekend climate control hippies gathered in Washington, DC to let our representatives know they take their environment serious.

The event was called ‘People’s Climate March’ and was held on Saturday to urge Trump’s admin to invest in policies to fight climate change.

Tambourines, flags, homemade billboards and banners were seen throughout the sizable crowd. It was a real earth-muffin party!

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Knowing how many people the event could attract the march organizers (aka rulers of the Climate Hippies) should have anticipated and prepared for copious amounts of trash.

You see, people tend to produce trash in this day and age. It’s just the way the cookie (muffin?) crumbles.

After all was chanted, sung and celebrity climate activists Leonardo DiCaprio, Al Gore and Richard Branson boarded their carbon-spewing private planes to go back home, the Earth Muffins left some presents at the Washington Mall.

No, they weren’t new trees or flowers to be planted.

These ‘environmentalists’ left the place littered with garbage, including paper signs, food containers and plastic bags.

Here are some images DC residents cataloged of the mess on social media.

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The rulers of the Climate Hippies should have, if they really cared for the environment, anticipated this mess and done something to prepare for it.

This protest should have been the cleanest to pick up after, yet a DC resident claims he was extremely dismayed by the “giant piles of signs and trash” left strewn across the park.

The irony of this whole situation is laid on thick. Good thing Trump doesn’t listen to these posers.


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