HIRONO: “And the third is, leaving our comfort zone. And for a lot of us, protesting, marching, that’s not something that we normally do, but, you know what? These are times that call for us to do those things that we believe in and to march and not just to march, because that’s important to show solidarity, but then to do those things such as voter registration, get people to — out to vote so that we can have people here who truly are committed to human rights and environmental rights, climate change, believe in climate change as though it’s a religion and not a science, and all the things that remains to be done and there’s a lot.”