US Presidential Elections 2016 are being talked about for obvious reasons, the candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and then for the very first time, ‘Pantsuits’. To anybody who has been following the Presidential Debate knows that Hillary Clinton Pantsuits are the talk of the town. The Presidential candidate has been appearing in vibrant hues of this men’s version of attire has picked up with all.
Giving an ode to this, a group of US people took to the streets to organise a flashmob for Hillary. The mob that was initiated by Celia Rowlson-Hall, a choreographer, and Mia Lidofsky, a writer and director invited people through a Facebook post. The post that read : ”We are looking for dancers, movers, shakers, movement enthusiasts, and all those fun folks who don’t want to see this country ruled under Donald.”
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Taking pot shots at Donald Trump, Crishon’s post further added that now is the time to stand up against this bully. Action here is a stand against racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, injustice and so much more. ‘It’s a stand for PEACE, LOVE and EQUALITY’, he concluded the message.
And people did turn up not only against the ‘bully’ but in brightly-colored pantsuits to support Clinton at New York City’s Union Square Park on Sunday. The group of 150 dancers grooved to Justin Bieber’s Can’t Stop the Feeling as they swayed to the power campaign of Presidential politics.