Across America on what's traditionally tax day -- Apr. 15 -- protesters and demonstrators have organized for a Tax March in order to persuade President Donald Trump to release his taxes, and Sarah Silverman is right in the fray.
"Show us your f--king taxes, you emotional child," Silverman said to a group of protestors from a platform. "You like being a superficial bully, here's one for you: you are a three at best. Thank you."
MSNBC grabbed the comedian right after her remarks and asked why she was involved in the Tax March.
Her response? "I was raised to be an active citizen," she said. "I'm from New Hampshire, my parents are, and that's what we do. Love America, you love your country. You have to speak up and speak out."
"I was raised to know that it's an honor to pay taxes and it's important to pay taxes," Silverman said. "It's part of being an American citizen, and helping each other."
When asked why she felt taking her argument to the streets and protesting was the answer to the problem, Silverman said, "We're living in a time when honesty has no currency and I think because of that, it's kind of all we have. The only way to really penetrate this administration is to take to the streets and to be relentless because they're very smartly being relentless."
"We're bombarded by myriad atrocities every day," she said, "and it's exhausting and it is wearing us down. We can't let it. We have to rise up and not get tired of doing it constantly 'cause it really makes a difference."