Thousands of Americans angered or disappointed by Donald Trump's ascension to the White House plan to vent their frustration by screaming Helplessly at the sky on the anniversary of the 2016 presidential election.
"Join us cucks and snowflakes, safe spacers and libtards, as we enjoy a collective cathartic yell into the heavens about our current political establishment," organizers for the event to be held in New York City on Nov. 8 wrote on social media.
More than 2,200 people have already indicated their interest in attending the New York City rally, according to the "Scream helplessly at the sky on the anniversary of the election" Facebook page.
Coordinator Nathan Wahl said the group's schedule would also include a moment of silence before "a mournful rendition of 'Kumbaya' on [an] autoharp because we're all just a bunch of liberal stereotypes."
"It's a collective expression of frustration," Wahl wrote on Medium. "It's like the feeling you have when you've been building Ikea Furniture for three hours, and it's late, and you feel like you're getting nowhere, and you were almost done, but then you realized you put a piece on backwards and you have to take almost the entire thing apart and you just wanna fucking scream."
"That's what it feels like living in America right now — building Ikea furniture," he continued.
Similar events are also being arranged in Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami.
The movement sprung from a gathering of about 4,000 people that was supposed to take place in Boston, Wahl said.
Vice reported on Tuesday the Boston Facebook event page had been shut down for "circumstances beyond [the] control" of organizers.
The post Thousands to ‘scream helplessly at the sky’ to mark anniversary of Trump presidency appeared first on Shareabler.