As Republicans look to use \u0022deal-making\u0022 and political arm-twisting to muscle through a deeply unpopular tax plan, people in districts across the country participated in more than 100 #TrumpTaxScam demonstrations and sit-ins on Monday to protest a plan that would provide massive giveaways to corporations and the wealthiest Americans while taking \u0022billions from the poor.\u0022Over 100 #TrumpTaxScam protests around the country today. Find yours: https://t.co/6yLtOVPv8N pic.twitter.com/PbyAfjFpOg— Ezra TrumpTaxScam.org Levin (@ezralevin) November 27, 2017Anticipating a full Senate vote by Thursday, the grassroots resistance group Indivisible planned a National Day of Action for Monday to target Republicans who may be swayed by their constituents to vote \u0022no.\u0022\u0022The #TrumpTaxScam would hurt our friends, our families, and our country—and we\u0026#039;re not letting that happen without a fight,\u0022 Indivisible declared on the day of action\u0026#039;s webpage. \u0022Republicans will try to do this as quickly as possible so the key right now is slowing them down, just like it was with #TrumpCare. If we can slow them down, we can shed more light on this bill. And if we shed light on this bill, we can kill it.\u0022The actions varied by location, but Indivisible encouraged protesters \u0022to plan sit-ins at as many of their senators\u0026#039; regional offices as they can around the state.\u0022 Some critics of the GOP tax plan marched in the streets outside Senate offices.Protesting #TrumpTaxScam at Trump Hollywood (Florida). @IndivisibleTeam pic.twitter.com/gTrazfCtU2— Indivisible Broward (@IndivisibleBrd) November 27, 2017Getting ready for some guerrilla theater outside @JohnCornyn’s. #TrumpTaxScam pic.twitter.com/utgg1QEhl0— Indivisible Austin (@indivisibleATX) November 27, 2017Indivisible Midlands is at Lindsey Graham’s office in Columbia, SC protesting the #TrumpTaxScam! We’re heading to Tim Scott’s office at 1:30. Join us!Event link: https://t.co/nmrQmpcJYy@IndivisibleTeam @taxmarch pic.twitter.com/FKiP0cKvcb— Indivisible Midlands (@IndivisibleSC_2) November 27, 2017Others entered the offices to speak with staffers and urge their members of Congress to break with the Republican Party and denounce the tax plan.Starting our @IndivisibleTeam #TrumpTaxScam Day of Action at @SenJohnMcCain \u0026amp; @JeffFlake\u0026#039;s offices. Hoping to get some answers from deficit hawk Flake and Maverick McCain on their thoughts on this tax bill. pic.twitter.com/wIlQRbMs8u— Steph H. (@StephH_AZ) November 27, 2017Who\u0026#039;s still at the office of @senrobportman? We are! No #TrumpTaxScam! pic.twitter.com/7hnUQ4UF9o— Indivisible CLE (@indivisible_cle) November 27, 2017Some demonstrators in Ohio even developed holiday carols rather than chants to demand \u0022a better tax bill.\u0022Listen to Ohioans outside of Senator Portman\u0026#039;s Toledo office carolling against the #TrumpTaxScamWe wish for a better tax billWe wish for a better tax billNo tax gift for wealthiest at the expense of the middle class! pic.twitter.com/Wiuw8xMxwE— For Ohio\u0026#039;s Future (@ForOurFutureOH) November 27, 2017The wave of resistance on Monday came on the heels of a new analysis released from the Congressional Budget Office predicting that over the next decade those making up to $75,00 would see a significant tax hike.