Mumbai: After Lady Gaga and scores of other celebrities took to the streets to protest against Donald Trump’s Presidential victory, it was Mark Ruffalo, Jamie Lee Curtis and Josh Hutcherson’s turn to do the needful.
Ruffalo shared footage of protesters with placards reading ‘Hands too small can’t build a wall,’ on his Instagram feed.
Jamie Lee Curtis also shared footage of a protest march on his Twitter feed, using the now viral hashtag trend, #notmypresident.
Josh tried to mildly galvanise his social media followers into a march as well.
come join in a peaceful march through downtown LA to show the world how many of us feel! #notmypresident— Josh Hutcherson (@jhutch1992) November 10, 2016
Earlier, Lady Gaga, who had been in tears when the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, whom she had been supporting, lost to Republican candidate Trump, had protested outside Trump Tower, with a placard that read, “
Marilyn Manson had also released a music video that insinuated the beheading of a man, suited up in blue, eerily resembling Trump. Bollywood celebrities like Twinkle Khanna, Arshad Warsi and Shirish Kunder have also been vocal about their shock over his election.
The billionaire business tycoon, who'd been globally mocked for his presidential aspirations for over a year, has sent the global global markets into turmoil and cast the long-standing global political order, which hinges on Washington's leadership, into doubt....