A large number of Americans, came out in tons to protest against the government of President Donald Trump on Saturday, ahead of the mid-election going down in November,showing their support for the Democrats.
A giant “Baby Trump” flew over the crowd. Trump was depicted as “El Diablo” on a high-flying flag. Demonstrators waved “Vote Blue” banners — the message was clear to everyone who passed by.
The crowd also expressed their frustration over the appointment of new US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and what they called the “anti-woman agenda” of the Trump administration and the Republican Party, women — and men — descended on the Windy City’s picturesque Grant Park.
The “March to the Polls” event — which began in the downtown park and wrapped up after a two-block-long crowd marched to the centre of the business district — came just as voter registration deadlines neared in most states and early voting ramped up in more than a dozen states including Illinois.
Hillary Clinton appeared in a video message played on a giant screen, encouraging people to register to vote.
“Imagine being able to hold this administration accountable,” Clinton said, echoing the general sentiment that the election is a barometer of Trump’s popularity.