Grab your pink hats and protest signs and head to the New York headquarters of Fox News tomorrow afternoon for a good old-fashioned, constitutionally protected protest. The peaceable assembly by sexual assault survivors and their supporters, spearheaded by the group UltraViolet, will call on the network to fire its Talking Head-in-Chief, Bill O’Reilly, in the wake of a wave of sexual harassment charges against him. Over 140,000 people signed a petition calling on Fox to can their man. The protest will take place in the streets as well as in the sky—UltraViolet has commissioned a plane to fly around Manhattan with a banner urging Fox to drop O’Reilly.
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