The grassroots resistance group Indivisible was gearing up on Friday for a planned National Day of Action, targeting Republican senators who are thought to be potential \u0022no\u0022 votes on the GOP\u0026#039;s tax plan—in a final push to keep the bill from passing. The Senate is expected to vote on the plan as soon as Thursday.The group was preparing for #TrumpTaxScam Sit-Ins taking place across the country on Monday, at the offices of several senators including Arizona\u0026#039;s John McCain and Jeff Flake, Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), and Susan Collins (R-Maine)—focusing attention on some of the lawmakers who were targeted last summer during the fight against the Republican healthcare plan.\u0022Republicans have made it crystal clear: the Trump Tax Scam fight and the TrumpCare fight are one and the same,\u0022 the group wrote on its website, noting the Senate Finance Committee\u0026#039;s plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act\u0026#039;s individual mandate, which was revealed earlier this month. The move would leave 13 million Americans uninsured according to the Congressional Budget Office—in the interest of reducing the federal deficit that would be caused by the Republican plan to lower taxes for corporations and the wealthiest Americans.Members of the Trump resistance are expected to assemble at the offices of so-called \u0022moderate\u0022 Republicans to demand that the elected officials listen to their concerns about the tax bill, which groups including Americans for Tax Fairness and the Tax Policy Center say would eventually raise taxes for middle-income Americans, after giving them temporary, meager tax cuts.\u0022A sit-in expresses that your group is willing to sit there until your senator or his or her staff address your concerns—that you are demanding to be heard,\u0022 read Indivisible\u0026#039;s breakdown of the action plan. \u0022That is what makes these actions powerful.\u0022Americans for Tax Fairness released a study on Tuesday showing that 82 million middle-class households would pay more in taxes in 2027, should the GOP plan become law. The Tax Policy Center\u0026#039;s analysis came to the same conclusion this week, while finding that the plan would only produce $169 billion in additional revenue over the next decade, while adding a $1.5 trillion deficit.As of Friday, at least 50\u0026nbsp;events were planned as part of Indivisible\u0026#039;s National Day of Action.