Thousands of people sporting patriotic costumes and toting hand-penned signs took a peaceful stroll in San Francisco under bright, clear skies Sunday afternoon to call for the impeachment of President Trump.The crowd gathered at Justin Herman Plaza at 1 p.m. for speeches and then marched along the waterfront toward Fisherman’s Wharf while throngs of curious tourists looked on from sidewalks and cafes, many cheering support.After less than two hours, the protest was over, and the crowd dispersed, leaving behind three naked men standing in the plaza, the word “Trump” penned on their rumps.The march was organized by several organizations, including Progressive Democrats of America, which said Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey is just one of many actions that collectively mean Congress should seriously look into tossing the president out of office.March organizers pointed to more than 1 million signatures on the site www.impeachdonaldtrumpnow.org as backing for their sentiment, and those who showed ranged across all ages and ethnicities — though it appeared few conservatives were pitching in.The mood was defiant but festive, and after reaching Battery Street, the throng turned around and headed back to Justin Herman Plaza.Debra Stein sat on the steps as the protest wrapped up, a bright orange sign on her lap that showed a glitter-covered image of a peach with Trump-like hair.Like-minded 6-year-old Ian Lee of San Francisco wore a Captain America T-shirt and toted a sign reading, in a shaky child’s handwriting, “Impeach Donald Trump.”
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