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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Bernie Sanders spent the primary railing against Hillary Clinton and her corrupt ways. But, in the end, he sat down like a dutiful servant to endorsed her. Fortunately, many of his supporters aren’t falling into line.

They aren’t backing the scandal plagued former First Lady and they have a plan to make her nomination a stinky one. They are having a “fart-in” as Hillary speaks at the DNC. They want Hillary surrounded by the smell of gas. This is not a joke. It’s an actual movement!

More from US News:

Advocates for poor people and progressive causes say they still plan to make a stink – literally – during Hillary Clinton’s big night accepting the Democratic presidential nomination this month.

The plan: feed beans to Democratic National Convention delegates for Bernie Sanders, and send them into the Philadelphia convention hall to show what they think of the former secretary of state.

Sanders-supporting organizers of the odious protest also are unswayed by the Vermont senator’s Tuesday endorsement of Clinton and will push ahead.

In fact, Cheri Honkala, national coordinator for the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, expects more beans to pour into her group’s downtown Philadelphia office.

Boxes of dry beans and heavy containers of canned beans already have arrived by mail, Honkala says, in all varieties: navy, pinto, lima and baked, with return addresses in Texas, Wisconsin and across the Rust Belt.

“Those beans will probably quadruple” after Sanders’ endorsement, Honkala says.

This sounds like something right out of a Little Rascals episode. It’s so juvenile yet, so hilarious. I guess even liberals think of the smell of crap when they think of the Clintons! If this happens, maybe Bill won’t actually inhale this time!

Please share this if you think it’s a brilliant idea!

H/T: US News

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