These people successfully trolled the government

Oct. 12, 2017

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Citizens have a right to respond to policies they don’t agree with. These people decided to respond by trolling government officials.

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In October 2017, Amanda Werner dressed as the Monopoly man and crashed a senate hearing on the Equifax data breach…

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‘Mic’ spoke to Amanda about other times they’ve "cause-played" (their term for dressing in costume for policy awareness).

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Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) wasn’t happy when someone subscribed him and his entire family to multiple Nickelback newsletters in June...

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The National Republican Senatorial Committee refers to Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) as "Mexico Joe," and took things to a lower level at his campaign kickoff.

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Women responded to Mike Pence signing a bill restricting abortion by letting him know their period patterns.

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They called his office asking for gynecologist recommendations and pregnancy tips and vividly described their monthly cycles.

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As far as we can tell, Pence hasn't responded to the info.

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