At the risk of sounding like a broken record, we’re going to say this again: They never learn.

Check out the artistic community’s next fool-proof plan to stick it to Trump:

More from TIME:

On Sunday, poets, writers and artists will gather in 32 states — as well as in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, London and Singapore — to read aloud from their own works and quote inspirational passages from others.

The lead event in the series sponsored by the writers’ group PEN America will be staged on the steps of the New York Public Library and feature former U.S. poet laureates Robert Pinsky and Rita Dove.

“Those of us who use words professionally have a certain stake in the truth,” [Pinsky] said. “It’s hard to think of anything more important. In the long run, lies and fabrications wither away, but the truth endures forever.”

Well, if we didn’t take these self-righteous twerps seriously before, we most definitely will now.

We’ll leave you with this. A poem, if you will: