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"They'll end by bringing their righteous stories to Trump's gold-plated, Palm Beach belly of the beast, "the quintessential example of individualism and excess," just in time for its season opening. As always, they say their action 'is not about politics, but right and wrong.'"
“DONE DRAGGED THE NUNS OUT: The Nuns on the Bus will be hitting the road starting in October in an effort “to hold congressional Republicans accountable for voting in favor of this disastrous tax law,” according to a release from the NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice.”
Midterms 2018: Nuns to protest Donald Trump’s tax cuts outside Mar-a-Lago resort ahead of crucial voteThe Independent Aug 21, 2018
“A group of nuns fighting for social justice and income equality will protest Donald Trump’s controversial tax cuts outside of his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Nuns on the Bus, a Washington-Based Catholic advocacy group, will depart for a 21-state tour across the country in October, when they hope to target Republican candidates who have supported the GOP’s tax cuts — and their voters. The trip will end in Florida just before the 2018 midterm elections, culminating in a demonstration alongside the president’s exclusive estate.”
“The nuns are getting back on the bus. In a 21-state, 27-day, 54-event tour ending at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, the Nuns on the Bus will make the case against the Republican tax law.”
“The Catholic advocacy group, Nuns on the Bus, is planning to protest the GOP tax law outside of President Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort right before the midterm elections. The group announced on its website that it will be sending the nuns on a nationwide bus tour to ‘tell the truth about the Tax Policy and to hold elected officials accountable for their votes.’”
"The nuns are getting back on the bus. Network, a Catholic social justice lobby, announced Aug. 20 the advocacy group will hit the road in its popular Nuns on the Bus tour for a sixth time, hosting 54 events in 21 states over the course of 27 days."