By Angel Mendoza | Arizona Republic
Hundreds rallied near the office of Sen. Martha McSally on Tuesday as part of a national movement to call for President Donald Trump’s impeachment and removal from office.
Demonstrators chanted calls for Trump to leave office amid bass drum beats and a constant chorus of car horns blaring in response to multiple protest signs reading “Honk for impeachment.”
The normally busy yet quiet intersection near Biltmore Fashion Park turned into a chaotic scene as the night went on, with officers guiding traffic from all directions. Some came with signs, megaphones, and balloons — one man in a group of a couple dozen counter-protesters held up a massive Trump 2020 flag.
“There were literally 600 rallies like this around the country — it’s a clear indication that the people are really tired of this president,” said Dan O’ Neal, a coordinator with Progressive Democrats for America.
The coordinated protests were held across the country the night before the House of Representatives is set to vote on two articles of impeachment against the president, charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.