nearvideo environmental activists superglue themselves to the door to block legislature
To block climate-protesters attempt legislature from getting to Capitol Hill for a vote by the doors to stick.
Environmentalists causing a ruckus Tuesday after gluing the two doors connect to the Cannon building to the Capitol in a bid to stop members of Congress, the vote of an evening.
The six protesters were with the DC Chapter of the UK-based environmental group, “the extinction of Rebellion.”
“We are superglued to the Tunnel under the Capitol, because what other choice do we have when our politicians choose money over life?” was a tweet from the extinction of the Rebellion, Washington, DC
Environmental activists superglued themselves together, and to connect the two doors to the Cannon building to the Capitol
Pictures posted on the group’s Twitter page show the protesters link hands while wearing a yellow danger sign, which read: “Declare a climate emergency.”
“Sorry for the inconvenience, but we will not go back to business as usual, until we #climate emergency and get #climate justice to declare, for everyone, everywhere,” read another post.
Capitol police were closed up another goal for the legislature, so they sing their way through the Rayburn tunnel for the votes, in spite of the protesters, “This entrance is.”
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The group, known for his audacious publicity stunts that made headlines in April after the snarling traffic and public transport in the British capital through a series of blockades and demonstrations.
Fox News Greg Norman, Chad Pergram contributed to this report.