Sarah Silverman vowed to keep protesting against President Donald Trump following the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as secretary of education Tuesday.
The 46-year-old actress told TMZ, that she was “not thrilled” about the move and announced her plans to fight Trump after DeVos was confirmed.
“I’m not thrilled,” Silverman said. “What do you think my take is? I think education should be free for everybody. Other first world countries do that. All we can do is use our vote and protest and see where we put our money.
“As we’re not seen as citizens, we are seen as consumers. So, one thing you can do, is for instance, I took money out of my bank and I brought it to a credit union.”
“Because credit unions are not for profit,” she continued. “They are co-operatives. They do everything a bank does. And banks, they are for profit, and they fund things like big oil and GMO farming and stuff that I don’t believe in.”