Opposing activists at Seattle's May Day demonstrations found common ground Monday when they passed a "peace joint" and a Pepsi at Westlake Park.
The scene: May Day in downtown Seattle.
The characters: two groups of activists with opposing political stances.
The solution, at least for now? Weed … and Kendall Jenner.
May Day demonstrators from opposite groups — one in support of Trump and the other against him — shared a “peace joint” and some laughs Monday mocking the controversial Pepsi ad that showed the Kardashian sister stepping away from a modeling shoot to join a crowd of smiling, young protesters.
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Pepsi pulled the ad after it was widely mocked and criticized for appearing to trivialize protests for social justice causes.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.