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USA: 'Bloodstained' activists protest Pence's visit to NASA centre

0 15.11.2019 Инфо

M/S Protesters chanting outside NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View
W/S Protesters staging die-in
M/S Protester holding sign reading: "Actually guns do kill people"
M/S Protesters staging die-in
M/S Protesters stained with fake blood marching
SOT, Barry Thornton, Refuse Fascism political organization: "Pence is here today supposedly to promote NASA's mission putting a woman on the moon by 2024 and I mean we think this is a travesty, this regime hates science, they hate women, they hate the liberation of women."
M/S Protesters holding banner reading "#out now" *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Barry Thornton, Refuse Fascism political organization: "They are trying to provide a thin cover while impeachment is proceeding in DC, they are trying to provide a thin cover for their regime, a bit of normalcy and actually it is very dangerous cause too many people think we are in a normal situation but we are not but they are trying, we will proceed with NASA, they are actually destroying the heart of what NASA is supposed to be about, which is understanding the world."
M/S Protester on road
M/S Protesters standing outside NASA research center
M/S Protester holding placard
C/U Protester's crotch stained with fake blood
M/S Protester chanting: "Trump Pence out now"
M/S Protester on road
SCRIPT
Dozens gathered outside NASA Ames Research Center in California on Thursday to protest US Vice President Mike Pence's visit.
Protesters stained with fake blood staged a die-in in protest of Pence's abortion views while another protester held a banner reading "Actually guns do kill people", slamming Pence's stance on the Second Amendment.
"Pence is here today supposedly to promote that NASA's mission putting a woman on the moon in 2024 and I mean we think this is a travesty, this regime hates science they hate women, they hate the liberation of women," Barry Thornton, one of the protesters said.
Pence arrived in California on Wednesday for a two-day visit to support US President Donald Trump and tour the NASA facility.