NBCnews.com · November 29, 2017
by ALEX SEITZ-WALD
March On, a new organization founded by leaders of the massive women’s protests the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, is taking to the airwaves with a holiday-themed push for his impeachment.
While the group’s message — including offering for sale red Christmas sweaters embroidered with the word “Impeach” — strikes a different tone from liberal activist Tom Steyer’s deadly serious $10 million ad campaign on removing Trump, the effort is another sign that the Democratic Party’s progressive base is getting ahead of its leaders on impeachment.
“This holiday season, a new wish tops letters to Santa across the land: Impeachment,” says the narrator of the March On ad, which began airing Wednesday on shows popular with liberals. “This year, instead of fruitcakes and poinsettias, let’s flip Congress for the gift of impeachment.”