Liberals continue to misdirect…

Activists from more than 150 nations are taking part in an global strike to protest climate change on Friday. High-profile demonstrators like Greta Thunberg, who helped inspire the student-led protests by beginning school walkouts in her hometown, lead dozens of mass rallies across the U.S.

The worldwide strike, which was set a few days before U.N. September 23. The New York Climate Action Summit is anticipated to attract millions of activists who think that human activity contributes to climate change and that dramatic measures – such as restricting food consumption, reforming the transportation industry, and banning plastic straws – need to be taken to combat the looming danger.

Videos emerge from worldwide demonstrations, displaying large crowds in locations such as Ireland, Germany, Australia, Uganda, and more:

Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn took part in London’s climate strikes and condemned President Trump for withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement.

“No more of this handholding with Donald Trump,” he exclaimed to the crowd. “We want every country on board on this”:

Many Democratic presidential candidates praise the effort as nationwide protests continue to kick-off.

“There is nothing more powerful than our nation’s youth marching together, demanding action be taken to protect our planet — and their future,” Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) tweeted. “It’s time our leaders listened. #ClimateStrike”:

“Climate change is an existential threat—and we are already facing the effects. The youth-led #ClimateStrike and the solidarity strikes from groups like @AMZNforClimate show that our country is ready to fight for the big, structural change we’ll need to tackle the climate crisis,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) shared on Twitter:

“Our planet is in crisis—but we aren’t powerless to combat it,” Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) proclaimed. “Inspired by the young people leading on today’s #ClimateStrike and committed to standing alongside them in the battle against climate change”: