Protesters in support of the Second Amendment sought to leave Richmond, Virginia cleaner than they found it this morning.
Video from WSET reporter Caroline Eaker shows demonstrators collecting garbage in plastic bags.
— Caroline Eaker (@caroline_wset) January 20, 2020
The man called it “a birthday present for Ralph Northam,” the commonwealth’s governor.
That stands in stark contrast to the self-declared environmentalists who take to the streets.
In 2017, photos show Washington, DC was left trashed after the “Climate March.”
Several photos posted by Rebel Media’s Jack Posobiec show the streets of the national’s capital littered with garbage left by the protesters.
“#ClimateMarch completely trashes DC,” Posobiec reported on Twitter, and sharing these photos:
Garbage overflowed from cans and onto the sidewalks and gutters.
Protesters just left their signs under trees, leaving them for someone else to clean up:
One sign reading “Caring for Creation” was thrown along a building.
An entire wooden protest structure representing a “Trojan Oil Drum” was just “left on the sidewalk,” according to Posobiec:
It claimed “climate activists” were inside. Alas, it was just an empty piece of trash left for someone else to clean up.
In 2016, Hillary Clinton supporters left the lawn outside Independence Hall an absolute mess.
— Tony Bianco Sr (@tonybiancosr) November 8, 2016